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I have suffered 2 yrs with p.f.in both feet. i got to where i was unable to stand without severe burning, sharp pain all day. I crawled from my car into house after work most nights. I went to poditrist and iver 6 months i did physical therapy, had 4 rounds of steroid injections in both feet and ended up having surgury on both feet in december 2015 23 days apart. The surgury removes the intense chronic burning, but i have been left with deep pain in my arches,stabbing pains and labor type contractons in arches. It has been 7 months since surgury and i have been back to physical therapy, had ultrasound treatments, ice, heat, insoles, etc. And i have still been unable to go back to work. I have chronic pain in feet and can only be on them no more than 2.5 hours in a day and if i use all that time at once i may not walk to 2 days. My doctor doesn't know why or what else to do. I have had MRI but don't have the results yet. All things seem to help a little, but never for long. I would do the surgury again because not feeling like there are hot coals on my feet 24 hours a day is better, but what is left is still not a life. Does anyone have similar situation? And what was the possible problem and solution?
Thank you for anything.
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