Hi, Welcome, As you are saying that after 8 year later you have pain in heel of foot but why 8 year later. I think your doctor is correct it may possible that due nerve problem there bad pain in your heel. As far my suggestion is concern you might consult to the specialist as soon as possible.View Thread
Hi Mona, Consult to same specialists i hope they will treat you better.Apart from this surgery may take some to settle down.Don't do any type of work and relax. I hope you will get relief soon.View Thread
You need not to worry, As far as my opinion is concern You should go for surgery and i hope you might get relief, Apart from this you should consult pain management specialist. Hope you will get well soon.View Thread
Thank you for giving us all the information.You have done such a wonderful job of outlining every detail and presenting it to us.A lot of people in this community must have benefited from this priceless piece of work.The way you have explained everything in detail about the back pain makes one believe that you have gone through it yourself.There have been times in my life when I have barely been able to stand,so I tried a few exercises,but it did not help much.Now that I have read your post,I am sure it is going to be of great help.I also plan to visit a chiropractor,who I believe will be able to help me reduce my pain.View Thread
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