Q: Surgical procedure to plantar fascia was done incorrectly, doctor neglected, and ignored complaints and then walkd away.
Doctor performed plantar fascia release and heel spur removal, after 1yr of remaining in walking boot, and complaining of new pain, he gave up on me. I had to find another doctor and was told by new doctor that the other doctor cut too low from area of the chief complaint is and into the area that's not recommended surrounding the nerves, and was left in the boot too long, my arch collapsed causing additional pain. Another plantar fascia release was performed by new doctor who told me, the area of the plantar was still in tact and had not been cut by the 1st doctor. Still to no avail, I now have to receive a spinal nerve block injection, bottom heel has a gap sunken/caved in caused by all the dissection the 1st doctor did , have become flat footed, and still unable to walk. reconstructive foot surgery was also mentioned to rebuild my arch.. All caused by the 1st doctor who failed to listen and ignore my complaints and performed surgery to an area on my foot that made things worse.
A: Yes you have a potential medical malpractice case. Consult with experienced attorneys. You can search for attorneys in this website, https://www.justia.com/lawyers
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