Did that test on my back like you said. That'l help me keep it in check for the rest of my life. Thanks ScottyDoc! Inboxed you on fb.
Ahh something else to add. Yet another bad experience with a doctor, this time at the A&E department, usually those docs are better than this... I injured a ligement in my foot a few years ago jumping off a 7ft wall and landing on my tippy toes. . silly me. Silly doctor who x-rayed it said it was broken and pointed out areas where it wasnt even hurting, I was a little confounded but I trusted the doc. She seemd like it was her first day as a doctor or something, all nervouse and like a dear in the headlights looking.
6 weeks later when I had the cast removed the Doctor - this time an older more experienced man - he told me after inspecting my origional x-rays that he couldnt see anything that was broken in the first place and suggested physio. But I just gathered myself and ran as far from the doctors as possible and didnt go back. Since then Ive been suffering with pain in that area, especially when getting out of bed.
Ive located the tight ligament ( when I flex my toes over it sticks out as tight as a mofo running from one metatarsal to another diagonally ). In the sauna Ive been pressing on it hard, fast and repeatedly for a minute x2 then pressing down on it nice and hard till it hurts bad for a minute x2. Then I jump out the suana and run cold water on it for a few minutes.
Seems to be helping .
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