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Lipoma in the Vertebra - Burning feet, Less Sensitive feet

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My Dad is 55. He has a Lipoma growth in the vertebra. The symptoms started with Burning in the feet, Feet becoming less sensitive and climbing becoming became difficult. He had a surgery done, not the best doctors though, and he never got the lipoma completely removed.

The symptoms have become intense and sometimes he just gets frustrated with the burning. He travels a lot!

Anyone with the same history and have any suggestions. I have been looking out for a Doctor with the good success rate with these cases.
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replied April 10th, 2011
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