two yrs ago started hurting under heel went to podiatrist he said plantar fascitis gave me cortisone shots bk walker boot and under went fascia release surgery it didnt work hard nodule started growing after surgery (very big protruding) i decided to go to another doctor and on the 1st visit he said i had plantar fibromatosis its a tumor non cancerous he said i would need surgery so i had it he said he would be aggresive i just went for check up today i cried the whole visit half of my heel is gone! its not the new docs fault but it is the 1st docs fault because i was misdiagnosed the tumor stayed there for 1 1/2 yrs also he gave me cortisone injections which make tumors grow the surgery was very painful i still havent begun to walk do you think i should get a lawyer for a possible malpractice case? i feel that had this been diagnosed earlier it would have been smaller and i would still have a heel i am 29 years old, married, 2 kids, very athletic, and have a job that requires standing i think the doctor should pay for what he has done to me i will never be the same i guess there goes all my pretty high heel shoes please write backReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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