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I have the second C&P since September for my foot. I guess it's because the Plantar Flexion and Dorsal flexion was too much in my favor. It's ok, the foot still does not move anymore than it did.


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Sept was 8 months ago - if it has gotten worse - let them know !


Yeah, It's about the same. I have smelled the rat all the way from the AMC. They really don't want to pay on this foot of mine. I went and had the surgery done on it as it was way too painful to let it hang with the achilles tendon torn in half. They have the opinion of my doctor whom is in sports injury medicine biz and is chief doc/Prof of Osteo at Ohio State. He did good work considering the condition the foot was in. They made me rock back on my heels last time, I don't want to not do it. I do know it's going to hurt a lot to do it though.

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