My Feet Are Killing Me returns for a fourth season, bringing with it some really significant medical conditions. In the season’s trailer, one disease sticks out from the rest: a surgery exposes a “tiny larval looking thing” that pops out of a patient’s toe.
Throughout the season, Dr. Brad Schaeffer, Dr. Ebonie Vincent, and Dr. Sarah Haller will deal with a massive lump, a foot that “looks like a gigantic volcano, bubbling up and ready to erupt,” and enter “uncharted territory” of podiatry.
In the season premiere, a lady fears losing her foot after walking on a broken tibia for ten years, golf ball-sized bunions may prevent another woman from ever running again, and a man is coping with excruciating foot pain after his big toe was transplanted to his hand.
Other cases featured during the season will include a woman whose feet have grown horns, three sisters who are all suffering from various foot fungi, a man whose foot looks like a hobbit foot, growing to twice its size due to a case of gout, and a woman with a severe case of webbed feet where only a unique treatment using fish scales in conjunction with surgery can help.
Throughout it all, the three doctors compassionately handle each patient in the goal of providing them with pain-free lives. Season 4 of My Feet Are Killing Me will air on TLC on Wednesday, May 4 at 9/8c.
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TLC is available on the following channels: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, and Dish.
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There are numerous additional medical series with a focus on treating frightening bodily deformities comparable to “”My feet are killing me.” Look for them on the following streaming platforms: Fubo TV (free trial) Sling TV Hulu Live TV (free trial; to get the free trial, click the Hulu logo in the top-left corner and select the Hulu + Live TV package)
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