Even though my toe is much better, and honestly never hurts, I still worry about it a lot during and after physical activity. There is no pain but I'm still worrying that there might be etc. One doctor certified in the U.S Canada and Australia said that he had never seen someone with my toe get better, and another said that my seimoid was 'polvarized'. I think their words are still with me and continue the worry, even though I am better. For my knee, I was told something about needing to sgtrengthen my muscles and that I was developing early athritis and would need to do PT for the rest of my life. One doctor even said I needed to get flat foot surgery because he thought my knee hurt because of overpronation (although not everyone who overpronates hurts in their knee- I mean how does that even make sense? If overpronation hurt the knee then it MUST be that everyone who overpronates has their knee hurt.