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puzzling symptoms (overpronation, possible nerve issues)

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, May 24, 2019.

  1. admin

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    hi all, I’ve been struggling with a problem over the last years and I am looking for suggestions/ideas to feed to the professionals that are looking after me (physical therapist and podiatrist), also in terms of diagnostic tests that I could run.


    5 years ago I injured my big toe (right foot), no fractures but capsulitis on 1st MTP joint. While the capsulitis was subsiding (took almost 2 years) I gradually started to develop the symptoms that I’m currently still dealing with. On push-off, I...

    puzzling symptoms (overpronation, possible nerve issues)

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