I had foot surgery in December 2007. bone spur, hammer toe, bunnon removal. From that time up until now I have been seeking treatment for my foot. In March 2010, I was told to have an ultra sound and cordizone. With my meeting with the doctor who performed the ultra sound, I learned that nothing could be done to by foot. He told me he could not give me an injection because it was not "bone" related. He also told me my problem was due to the nerves in my foot and he had no clue what, if anything my doctor could do for me. I have a 24/7 burning & iching sensation in my foot and without warning shooting pain in the toe. These feelings were known by my doctor well before the ultra sound appointment was taken (at least a year of knowledge).
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