Hi there I go to the gym about 4-5 times a week and have been doing so for about the last 2 years.
I was searching online for an explanation of bruising under the toenails of both of my large toes and found this post.
I've been doing some aggressive research lately (it's how I found your incredible website) and realize now that my symptoms are not consistant with the diagnosis.
I had been experiencing extreme heel and sole pain for about six months and had to take extended breaks off my feet many times a day as well as regular doses of Ibuprofen.
Thank you for taking the time to write the terrific info you provide and for putting things into laymen terms for us mere mortals. First, I'd like to thank you for all the information that you provide on your website and the opportunity to write to you. First, I want to let you know that you have the best web site I've found related to foot issues.
I greatly admire someone like you who would donate and dedicate so much time and effort to helping strangers with no compensation. By the way, millions of websites could use yours as a guideline on how to organize information and make the site user-friendly.
I have been experiencing foot pain of various sorts and am working to figure out what it is. Your website is full of a lot of helpful information, and I am very impressed with the time in which you responded to my post.
Just want to say thank you so very much for your quick response and very informative reply! Again, I really appreciate that you responded to my inquiry, and that your mention of Parkinson's helped me to find my way to a diagnosis of this difficult to diagnose disease. Thanks again doc for having this website and we STILL need qualified Podiatrists in beautiful sunny Tampa Bay (Bradenton) Florida.
I have read your website and I have to admit that I am amazed at all the information that is on here. Query: Best Procedure for Shortening Toes I have a patient (40's) in good health who wants her 2nd and 3rd toes shortened.
RE: Terminating a Podiatry License I have a license in a state that I will never practice in and never have, and it is up for renewal. Query: Reverse Weil Osteotomy I have a patient with no fourth met head and severe pain at the 3rd and 2nd met head regions.
Query: Intractable Arch and Heel Pain Any suggestions on treatment plan for a 24 year old healthy OR scrub tech with intractable arch and heel pain exacerbated while working in the OR and standing on that slate floor.

A few months ago I noticed the exact same mirror bruising on both big toes and put it down to the new shoes I had worn, as even though they were flat, ballet style, I had walked quite far in them. Noticed some bruising as my toenail polish grew out so I took off the polish today and found mirror image bruises under the nail on both big toes. About 2 months ago when taking off nail polish I noticed that there looked to be bruising underneath my nail but didn't remember hurting it. Thorough and thoughtfully presented, it certainly must be of considerable assistance to anyone with a foot problem. After reading what you had to say, I called the doctor's office and was able to get in and see him the same day as my injury.
It's easy for non-medical folk to understand your writing, and helps provide better communication between patient and doctor.
Richard Frost has a 64 year old patient with diabetic neuropathy of the 3rd and 4th proximal phalangeal bases and likely also their associated metatarsal heads.
They presented on the left hallux and right 2nd and 4th toes, however, have shown up on other toes in the past. I have recommended that if nothing else can be found to work, then I would recommend removal of the medial and lateral borders. I spoke to my podiatrist and he said I walk with a big stride and my toes must point up in my shoes as I do. Could not imagine how that occurred since I don't remember dropping anything on my feet and when I googled "mirror image bruising on both toes" I found this thread. It does not hurt and have not injured it RESPONSEIf the discoloration is very recent, you can wait a month or two to see if it grows forward.
That might be the cause of it all… Not so great when you don't have a Health insurance and can't just run to the doctors.
I have to say though, after using them for just four days, I have experienced grand relief from my foot pain. If I lived in Jersey (left 30 years ago) and didn't live in Florida I would definetly make an appointment with Dr. Terrific -- and very interesting.I trust the address comes up easily for those seeking information. There is a visible protuberance at the plantar medial heel and the mass is firm with palpation and only tender with deep palpation. She returned in early May compaining of  severe pain in her feet in spite of wearing the orthotics. The patient states the new wound had the same presentation as the original wound and he is sure he was not bitten again.

When I have severe pain in my back I know in a week or so I will have toe soreness and then swelling with blood and clear fluid.
Months pass and it just got worse to the point where my toe nail was falling off and still brusing.
Yesterday I removed my nail polish to change the color and I found a bride covering nearly 80-90% of my right big toe. I did a bit of research and the blood thinning effect of the steroids plus a lower immune system can cause a spontaneous bleed under the toe nail. Even the very first day, I was able to do a lot of work while on my feet with at least a 75% reduction of pain.
I too have lower back issues and have had disc issues in my neck as well which causes pain down my right arm, have had surgery for my back. And although my toe and toe nail are still very black and blue and very sore, they ARE both starting to feel a little better. She had temporary relief with hard and soft orthotics cast in subtalar neutral, but has intense pain at the end of each day after standing all day at work. However I actually popped the "cavity" (for lack of better words) and actually quite a bit of blood came out.
She denies any rashes or other spontaneous bodywide muscle-skeletal pain. I found no pedal inflammatory signs on recent exam and no pain triggers, including in the PT tendons, plantar fascia, or lateral sinus tarsi. I still have radiculopathy and nerve damage to my left arm and take Pregabalin occasionally for pain. And if I applied pressure I could actually hear air being pushed out which makes me think the blood was being stored in a dirty if large cavity for the area. I'm concerned since I had no actually trauma like dropping anything on my foot or subbing my toe and since the blood soars to be fresh. I have seen many false positives treated with unnecessary operations, and even amputations on people with Charcot joint, RA, and chronic gout. In my opinion, if there is no direct positive cause (like an ulcer to the bone), you should perform T99 and indium (or a similar) bone scans to diagnose osteo.

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