Foot injuries popping

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sometimes its a little painful when i move my foot around but the pain is never unbearable or anything like that. its a little bit swollen to. im not sure if there is something wrong or if i have just thought something was wrong until i have popped it sore and swollen. im not sure if that's the case though because, like i said, i have always been able to pop my ankle whenever i have wanted. any ideas?
Over the last 2-3 months I have noticed that when I stand on my tiptoes sometimes I will feel and hear a "snap" coming from the back of my foot, just above the heel. It was enough of a sensation that at first I thought I was hit w/ something, but after the second or third time, I finally realized it was something inside my foot.
Often they are good at treating injuries of the foot. Please let us know how you are doing and if you'd like to provide additional information it would be appreciated.
You need an orthopedist to look at it, and yes, he definately should have x-rayed it.
i tripped up a curb at a grocery store a couple months ago when i was carrying my toddler almost fell but i tried to fetch up as hard as i could not to fall or i would have fell on my toddler and didnt want to do that. anyways it hurt bad instantly and made a popping noise. Now the pain is so bad that i can hardley walk on it and it feels like i have a bone fracture or broken bone or somthing?
I am 37 years old and in the past week have experienced two bursting events. After the first, which was in my foot right behind the toe line (anyone else get one in the foot?), I convinced myself it was a bug bite or a hard hit, although I couldn't recall either occuring. The second happened yesterday on the back of my right hand at the base of the 3rd finger. The swelling across the 3 center knuckles was so large I thought it would pop right there!
I have a small baker's cyst on my right knee and i have had that for about 2 months. Now, about 2 weeks ago my hip started popping and getting really stiff. My doctor put me on crutches and told me to ice it 4 times a day, and now its 2 weeks later and my hip is even worse. She also said i have an overstretched IT band. But i dont think that is it anymore. It really hurt near my female area and around my pelvis i guess. Does anyone have any idea what to to?
Yesterday (Wednesday) I strapped into my snowboard, stood up, and just the simple movement of putting my weight forward onto that foot resulted in a popping feeling and some serious pain. Now I can't even walk. I didn't even make it to the lift! I hopped my way back and have been sitting in our rental with my foot in/out of a bucket of snow, watching movies (and the snow fall out the windows), and following the RICE treatment. What caused this?
I'm hoping someone will be able to tell me if I should get my foot checked out or not. I don't want to because I don't have insurance. I've injured the same foot in the same spot three times in the past few months! First, I kicked our box spring.. I had a lot of pain in my toes and the pad under my toes. Then about a month later I went out and someone stomped on my foot in the same spot. I had the same pain as the first time. This time it lasted a little longer but went away after a week or two.
I have now been doing therapy for about 4 weeks and I am still having a lot of pain in the front of my ankle towards the outside of my foot and along the bottom of my foot right below the 5th meditarsal. Should I be concerned or is this just part of the healing?
Last shapes are determined from average foot shapes. IN reality, there is no such thing as an average foot. If you trace the outline of the bottom of your foot, you can get a good idea of the right last for you. The shape of the last will determine if there is enough room for your longest toe to push off. Uppers: the main portion of the shoe that surrounds your foot. Modern shoes have synthetic uppers rather than leather or other natural fibers.
I'm sure there is a name for the type of sprain but I don't know it. The foot went outside, not inside like most sprains. It's the only time I've sprained that ankle but it seemed quite severe. I could put almost no weight on it at all. They gave me crutches to use and it was nearly two weeks before I was able to walk somewhat normally. Now, 18 years later I still get pain. I notice it most at work where I spend a lot of time on my feet. What happens is I'll take a break or lunch.
-There is a large vein in my foot that is bulging off, closer to the left of my foot. - My foot is discolored and has a bluish tint to it. - My foot has gone numb/cold not all the time but frequently. - I can bear weight on it but I cannot flex it forward - It feels like it's "crunching" and shifting when I walk on it. - I get sharp shooting pains through out my foot it feels like little electric shocks. - It's still the size of a softball.
Expressing impacted anal glands is kind of like popping a zit. It's going to be irritated for a few days, and of course, the dog is going to lick any irritated area. I've found Dermachlor Flush Plus (available from the vet) to be a great antiseptic and antifungal rinse that also prevents most dogs from licking an injury. Dermachlor is great to have around the house for any minor injuries your dog picks up and also for treating "doggie athlete's foot".
December 1st 2009 I broke my ankle if you were laying in bed with toes pointing straight up my toes were pointing down toward the floor it twisted it all the way to the left on my left leg snapped my splintered my fibula i did not know my ankle was broke while i was lying on the ground it hurt from half way between my knee and waist all the way to my foot while i was laying on the ground holding my knee my boss told me my ankle was broke and paramedics took me to the ER they put me to sleep and
There is also no “popping” sensation or sound in meniscus injuries. Feeling of twinge in your knee is characteristics of Meniscus injury too. Have you consulted any doctor? Which doctor are you planning to consult? Has any imaging being done? If yes, what imaging is being done? Keep me informed. Bye.
About 3 or 4 days ago I was standing in my kitchen and all the muscles in my left leg and even ankle were pretty tight and kept popping everytime I took a step. Because I have so much weakness and tightness, I feel like I walk like a zombie. I actually had my left foot planted and turned a little bit. Problem is that when I turned something in my knee popped and kind of burned.
It makes a popping feeling (and sometimes audible) quite often when I flex it, and the pain is mostly a "burning" sensation. It seems to hurt more now than 6 months ago. (4 to 5 on a 1-10 scale) Is this all normal? Thanks for taking the time to answer this.
Pain in the front portion of the knee can be caused by bursitis (inflammation of the lining of the joint, possible due to injury while playing), arthritis, or injury to the patella cartilage (front portion of the knee). Pain on either sides of the knee is usually related to meniscal tears, injuries to the collateral ligaments, and even to arthritis. Pain in the back of the knee can be caused by arthritis or Bakers cysts (cystic accumulation of synovial fluid, also causes a swelling).
Pain on either sides of the knee is usually related to meniscal tears, injuries to the collateral ligaments, and even to arthritis. Pain in the back of the knee can be caused by arthritis or Bakers cysts (cystic accumulation of synovial fluid, also causes a swelling). So as you can see, arthritis can cause an overall knee pain. Ligament injury causes pain to worsen on walking, bending and stretching the knee.
Pain on either sides of the knee is usually related to meniscal tears, injuries to the collateral ligaments, and even to arthritis. Pain in the back of the knee can be caused by arthritis or Bakers cysts (cystic accumulation of synovial fluid, also causes a swelling). So as you can see, arthritis can cause an overall knee pain. Ligament injury causes pain to worsen on walking, bending and stretching the knee.
Pain on either sides of the knee is usually related to meniscal tears, injuries to the collateral ligaments, and even to arthritis. Pain in the back of the knee can be caused by arthritis or Bakers cysts (cystic accumulation of synovial fluid, also causes a swelling). So as you can see, arthritis can cause an overall knee pain. Ligament injury causes pain to worsen on walking, bending and stretching the knee.
My R shoulder still makes a horrific popping sound when I move it. It still hurts. My hand still sometimes turns dusky and starts to tingle. More alarmingly, my uninjured, totally fine until recently, L shoulder has begun to grind, ache, and that hand has begun to tingle on and off. Another set of MRIs shows both shoulders completely normal - except for the sound, the pain, and the hand issues of course. TOS diagnosis stayed, and Myofascial Pain Syndrome got tacked on as well.
Pain on either sides of the knee is usually related to meniscal tears, injuries to the collateral ligaments, and even to arthritis. Ligament injury causes pain to worsen on walking, bending and stretching the knee. Meniscii too if torn or injured cause pain worsening on walking and result in joint instability—that is you are not confident the knee joint will take your weight. Often the person feels a popping sensation on moving the joint.
In my case it was nerve damage - it felt like someone was lighting matches and tossing them on my foot. Now, in the same area, I have no feeling on my foot. What does your doctor have to say about the problems you're having? Sounds like you need to see an orthopedist or a neurologist - perhaps both! It just doesn't sound as though your ankle is healing properly. You may have to complain louder in order to get someone to listen to you!
As we slid into the sidelines my ankle was turned outwards and I felt a lot of popping up and down the lateral side of my shin from my ankle up to about 6 or 7 inches above my ankle. When I sat up from the whole thing my ankle was still turned outwards and I could not move it. I couldn't place any weight on it. Eventually, I made it back to my sidelines with the help of some teammates and when I skimmed my foot against the ground it popped again and I could move my ankle again.
baby my right knee cap would pop out,various straps were tried i had a couple of head injuries teenage knee still popping out along with hip on right side had arthroscopy on right knee told it was wear and tear and could also be caused by my spine *this was not followed up* a test involving putting dye through my right knee caused me a ridiculous amount of pain,i was told that was not normal when i had a general anaesthetic and the drug was put through my right arm i screamed in pain adult arou
Hello, I am a 34 year old female with fibromyalgia which I manage quite well. It doesn't stop me from my daily life, but it does cause pain. However, a few months ago I hurt my hip and now my physician thinks it is just fibro pain. He referred me to a rheumatologist who also just thinks it is fibro pain, but I am not so sure. About 6 - 8 months ago, I was sitting in bed using my laptop to do research for school (I am a nursing student).
Nothing inbetween the toes or in the toes or foot, and no external injuries noted. Of course this happened late at night where the emergency vet is my only option which is very costly. Also of course its a holiday tomorrow, so my regular vet is not open til Monday. My cat seems ok and not very painful when he is still and resting. Eating fine. Wondering if this could be a simple strain or sprain where rest will help until I can take him to his regular vet on Monday.
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