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Pain in heal
So i had pain in heel for more than a year, I had visited one of the Doc.s who took an x-ray which showed no bone growth so the doc, started me on Tendocare Tab, Defuse 6mg Tab, Nucoxia-P and inj Depomedrol 1cc. I had pain in both legs and the doc had injected the depomedrol in my leg thrice in course of three weeks. My other leg doesnt have any problem but the leg with injection is feeling heavy or more over gives a added weight feeling. I just wanna be sure that the injection are not causing complications.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani (PT)
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Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping. Hot Fomentation.
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Is there any swelling as well? Any change in sensory changes? You must get a thorough physiotherapy assessment and if required physiotherapy comprising streching and ultrasound therapy.Are yiu wearing any arch support or cushion heel?
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Dr. Trilok Kumar Jha
Orthopedic Surgeon 41 yrs exp Azamgarh
In my opinion if pain in heel is on sole of heel, more on getting up after rest, it is because of planter fascitis,if it is on the back of heel, it is because of calcaneal spur,In both the conditions Inj.depomederol is given locally at the site of pain,together with anti inflammatory drugs,& cold fomentation.your heavyness is not due to inj. Pain in legs will be due to some other cause.please consult orthopaedic surgeon
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Dr. Suhel A Khan
Orthopedist 5 yrs exp Pune
Repeated injections may not be the final solution of heel pain. Your heel pain may not be due to heel spur. It can also be due to Heel pad atrophy, or Tarsal tunnel syndrome. Get " Nerve conduction velocity both lower limbs"done for Tarsal tunnel syndrome. This condition may require surgery
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