Hi there. I've been experiencing sever pain in my right foot. The pain seems to be localized above the cuboid bone, and is most sever when I first stand after sitting/laying down. For the first ten or twenty steps upon standing, I have to hobble and try to put all of my weight on my toes. Also, with the first steps I can hear and feel a clicking sound in that foot, that seems to be either the bones, or perhaps a tendon rubbing against the bones. I have been to a doctor in the past, but after taking xrays and finding nothing, was told to wear a pad on the top of the foot. That hasn't helped any, and the problem is getting continually worse.
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