Lori, I'm o.k. If I check and I'm not o.k., I always tell myself that I am; sometimes it's hard to fool myself though LOL. I'm sure you know what I mean.
This is the second time I have typed this.....lost it the first time by hitting a wrong key.....darn. I hope you find an answer for your foot problem.....it's hard enough to get around without the feet hurting. I have a TENS unit and I like having it. My insurance company bought it and it is a whole lot easier than using it at the therapist's office. When I broke my foot, my friend loaned me some kind of stimulator machine to use on the foot which is supposed to help it heal. I don't remember what it was called, but I think it is supposed to increase the blood flow to the foot.
Went to my neurosurgeon today with all my films of my back. If I get too many more CT scans, MRIs, XRays, etc, I AM going to need a truck to haul them all. I've accumulated quite a collection. He said I need a major back surgery where he would insert rods and screws and I said "Yikes". He said though that it would be too risky to do all that because it would probably make me unstable and he is proposing doing a smaller procedure which would only take about two hours and would relieve some of the presssure on the nerves. I have to think about it; I would really like to get rid of some of the pain I have in my back and legs, but not too anxious to do another surgery. I'm getting a little tired of them actually after having four in about three years. And, even though he never complains, my husband is probably getting tired of taking care of me. I trust the doctor though so I will probably let him do it; he fixed the basilar invagination after everyone else said it was too risky. Hopefully the lesser procedure will take care of it and I won't end up having to do the other one anyway.
Someone has to keep the doctors in business so they can pay their rent......I guess it's us!!!!
I hope you had a great day....beautiful day here. We had our dinner out on the deck; it was really nice, but started getting a little cool before we were done.