There is a possibility that the bursa injection has trickled to the nerve which caused the pain going up to the foot. This may have caused injury to the nerve and resultant continuous pain not responding the any therapy. This may take almost 6 months or more to recover. Meanwhile following collectively may help;
1) Physical therapy and occupational therapy, plays an important role in functional restoration.
2) Recreational therapy; take part in pleasurable activities that help to decrease pain.
3) Vocational therapy; provide work capacities and targeted work hardening.
4) Sympathetic blocks
5) Bier block (intravenous regional block)
6) Continuous epidural infusion
7) Spinal cord stimulator
8) Baclofen pump; Intrathecal infusion (Intrathecal bupivacaine infusion or Morphine pump are the other alternatives)
10) Relaxation techniques; associated with the above treatment.
11) Biofeedback training
You may continue to consult following specialists;
a) Pain management physician
b) MD in physical medicine and rehabilitation
Please feel free for your follow up questions.
I would be happy to assist you further, if you need any more information.
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