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You can search for a health center near you where you can get low cost or free care through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:...
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You need to see an orthopedist or podiatrist for a higher level exam; perhaps an MRI of you ankle to see the ligaments and soft tissue. X-rays only...
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Your symptoms are very charecteristic of "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome". and what may also be called "Trigger Finger".  My concern...
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Are you experiencing it on only  one side cause that might be a sign of a stroke or possible mini stroke known as a tia.That is what happened to...
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That would not be very likely. If this person had lethal or serious doses of radiation, he would not be sitting next to you....he would be very ill.
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Don't know what a ankle fusion would do for "Flat-feet" or so called 'fallen arches'.  An ankle infusion simply binds the...
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There certainly might be.  You really don't state the "neuropathy" you're experiencing.  If it's pain, numbness...
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I would organise a nice bring and buy sale or coffee morning to raise the funds and spread some awareness about your plight. This will help you pay...
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I'm sorry to hear about your accident. It's always painful to injure the ankle!Unfortunately, it's impossible to diagnose a broken bone...
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In most cases, feet will not shrink. Have you lost a considerable amount of weight? When weight is lost, the weight is lost throughout our entire...
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No, but carrots and sweet potatoes can do it (carotene).
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Inflammation of the tendon in the foot.
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You need to see a good foot specialist....a podiatrist. Not only will they determine the reason for your foot pain, they will also suggest shoes or...
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Unfortunately, without the ability to examine your foot, I would have no idea if you will be able to play in your tournament a few days from now...
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