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Old 10-05-2012, 04:47 AM   #4
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Re: The Accessory Navicular strikes back.

i am so sorry you have been dealing with this for so long. I also have the accessory navicular bone. Have you seen an orthopedic surgeon - one who specializes in foot and ankle? If you have not, you really need to. If, ten years ago, the pod said it was cracked, there may be more damage done. Did he ever do an MRI? Most times you have the accessory your ptt is attached to this bone instead of the navicular bone. At this point, you have no idea it that tendon is ok or if, in fact, you have pttd. Please, see a foot and ankle specialist. They will know how to treat the problem. Sometimes if you wait to long, the options become limited.

 
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