Here's my story:
Two months ago, a driver driving a school bus was stopped behind me at a red light and when the light turned green he illegally tried to pass me on the left (the driver actually went on the wrong side of the street) to try to beat around me and go straight but instead he crashed into the driver's side (my side) of my vehicle. There was more than $6,000 damage to my vehicle. He must have been going very fast off the light because it happened so quickly that I didn't see him until he hit into me.
My ortho doctor seemed puzzled yesterday when I told him I am still having (and it is increasing) pain in both feet but more severe in my right foot.
After my visit I started to wonder what is causing this pain, numbness, weakness, throbbing and burning primarily in my feet. I also have the same symptoms in my calves but to a lesser degree. Having constant moderate to severe pain and difficulty in walking, going down steps is particularly painful, going up steps is uncomfortable too. Last night I looked closely at my MRI reports of my cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine and shoulder, the most obvious possible cause seemed to be loss of lumbar lordosis. I was wondering is anyone here is familiar with loss of lumbar lordosis and has had similar problems mostly in their feet?