I broke my 5th metatarsal bone last year and has fully healed ,but I have severe pain near toes on top of foot mainly but some pain on bottom of foot! Does not hurt to move toes !what could be causing this?

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Hi Mark!  Good to see you back! 

I'm sorry you're still having problems with your foot.  I wish I could diagnose for you, but it's just not possible.  You'll need to have your doctor look into it.  There could be nerve damage, as Otis said.  The bones themselves may have become misaligned after surgery.  There's so many possibilities.

"See your doctor," may sound cliché, but it really is best.

I have chronic pain from breaking my foot too, but I doubt my issues are the same.  I just stopped in to welcome you back, and wish you well.

Edit:  You may have tried these things, but in case it helps-

Here's a link.  There are many sites to choose from.

http://www.aofas.org/footcaremd/conditions/ailments-of-the-heel/pages/plantar-fasciitis.aspx

YouTube has several videos.

Night splint to aid in stretching.  Many are at your local pharmacy.

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Mark J. Hammond
Mark J. Hammond commented
Thanks man ,it's a big bone spur on my heel .when I get paid going to buy a inlay just for this problem I have
Mark J. Hammond
Mark J. Hammond commented
Thanks man ,it's a big bone spur on my heel .when I get paid going to buy a inlay just for this problem I have
Mark J. Hammond
Mark J. Hammond commented
Thanks man ,it's a big bone spur on my heel .when I get paid going to buy a inlay just for this problem I have
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otis campbell answered

Nerve damage. Anytime you do some good injury to yourself u have nerve damge. Surgeries also cause nerve damage. U can go see a orthopedic surgeon or a neroligist

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