Anyone experience this? Any advice or things I should know before I head off to the podiatrist? Mind you, I HATE podiatrists as my experience with them has never been good. But the ortho says it is the place to be.
Words of encouragement, advice or whatever are appreciated. Thanks
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It is interesting that the Orthopedic Surgeon recognized that your problem did not require surgery, and that apparently he referred you to a Podiatrist for non-surgical managment. Take a look at this short article Who you going to call - Choosing a Health Care Professional. Depending on where you live a Physical Therapist is another possiblity for non surgical managment of a foot ankle problem. Go to Find a PT.