Six months ago, I had bunyon surgery on my left foot and a fairly large neuroma removed between my 2nd and 3rd toe. Now I am experiencing pain on the bottom of the foot where the neuroma was removed. Some times, the pain feels like something sharp is inside my foot. Could it be a bone spur or another neuroma? Or is there a possibility that this is part of the healing process?
I am considering neuroma extraction from the ACL hardware channel in the anterior aspect of my tibia and cam here for advice. I have already had 2 surgeries since 2 years ago. The first one was a definite messy ACL job and caused a horrific outcome causing all these problems I am now experiencing.
Have you had an MRI with contrast performed on your left foot? What about a bone scan, and a CT?
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