Hey everyone, This is a call for help, to anyone who has any advice to give me. 2 years ago I injured my MTP( the joint behind the big toe) which is pretty much where most of pedal force goes through. Had surgery on it by Doc in Morningside, whose name I won't mention because the surgery was very much a "sausage machine" type effort with a short consultation and immediate booking into surgery without any scans. Tried to get out of the surgery but was coerced into it, sucks being a layman with some doctors. Anyways, surgery was not very successful, took about 7 months for me to get back onto my bike. Unusual as I was 22 and in good health. To this day I still struggle with my foot, not being able to put pressure on the inside of the foot has caused problems with my ITB, over developed the outside of my calf muscle and quadricep, while there is visible muscle atrophy on the inside quadricep and calf. Unable to get a full pedal stroke in either, because the range of the calf muscle is limited and the foot is essentially stationary through the pedal stroke. I need to see a physio who specialised in cycling specific rehabilitation and possibly a surgeon to assess whether I need corrective surgery. Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, A frustrated mountainbiker.