In 2007, I had a disease which forced me to stand/walk for 18-20 hrs a day for 4 months. After the third mo, my shins and feet became swollen and by the 4th mo i had chronic pain in the top of my feet so that I could no longer walk. It took an additional 2 mo for the swelling to go away but the pain is still present if I try to walk. When I sit I have no pain. I've had physical therapy but it didn't help. I've had xrays, MRI, bone scan, arthritis blood test and nerve conduction study. All negative except the MRI shows a small amount of fluid in the feet and a very small leision in 1 foot. All 5 docs said both are insignificant. Anyone know of a similair situation and a solution?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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