My Feet Are Killing Me

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My Feet Are Killing MeWhile many may find feet to be an unusual topic for a television series, "Dr. Pimple Popper" has proven that there is a demographic for just about anything. "My Feet Are Killing Me" follows Drs. Brad Schaeffer, Ebonie Vincent and Sarah Haller, podiatrists who radically transfer the feet and lives of their patients. While viewers may be shocked by the subject matter, each episode open with a warning that some scenes may be graphic. Drs. Brad and Sarah are based in New Jersey, where they help the feet of the East, whereas Dr. Ebonie practices her passion for the paws in Southern California.
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S4, EP10 "My Foot Looks Like Parmesan Cheese!"A teen with the worst case of webbed toes Dr. Ebonie has seen; a woman with growths so aggressive they could cut off her toes; a woman with a callus the size of a block of parmesan cheese.
S4, EP9 "Horror Movie Bunion"Dr. Ebonie faces a bunion that looks like something from a horror movie; Dr. Brad helps a skateboarder with huge masses on the bottom of his foot; Dr. Sarah treats a bad case of fungus and disfigured toenails.
S4, EP8 "Beastly Feet!"A devoted husband hopes Dr. Sarah can rid his feet of fungus and save his marriage; what Dr. Brad's patient thinks is just a giant wart could be something much more dangerous; a woman with webbed toes and low self-esteem seeks Dr. Ebonie's help.
S4, EP7 "Alien Brain Toe"Dr. Ebonie removes an alien brain growing out of a cancer survivor's toe; Dr. Sarah reconstructs a woman's twisted and dislocated toes; Dr. Brad takes a scalpel to a massive heel growth, but the patient refuses to take numbing shots.
S4, EP6 "Fix My Twisty Toes!"A woman who has had 25 failed surgeries and is left with twisted toes hopes that her 26th surgery, this time by Dr. Ebonie, will be the cure-all; Dr. Brad gets to the root of what's behind a giant callus; Dr. Sarah's patient has bulges on her feet.
S4, EP4 "Monstrous Mystery Growth"A man has a monstrous mystery growing on his foot; a young woman's foot looks like a hand; a woman with feet as hard as stone give the doctors some big problems to solve.
S4, EP3 "A Smell From Hell"Dr. Brad removes growths like horns coming out of a woman's feet; Dr. Sarah treats three sisters and their six fungus feet; Dr. Ebonie helps a woman who hasn't seen her foot in almost two years.
S4, EP2 "Hammerhead Foot"A man with a foot shaped like a hammerhead shark is one of the worst cases Dr. Brad has ever seen; a man who has never scrubbed his feet shocks Dr. Ebonie; Dr. Sarah removes a bizarre growth that looks like a worm growing out of a woman's toe.
S4, EP1 "My Thumb Is a Toe!"A woman who walked on a broken leg for 10 years is Dr. Ebonie's most difficult surgery yet; Dr. Sarah shakes the hand of a man with a big toe for a thumb.
S3, EP10 "Feet Are a Battlefield"Dr. Ebonie tries to help Devon, whose foot is so misshapen he calls it Igor; in New Jersey, Dr. Sarah treats a woman with killer corns and twisted toenails; Dr. Brad helps a woman with toes spread so far apart they make a peace sign.
S3, EP9 "Dislocation Disaster"A woman with horribly dislocated toes, a man who walks on his toenails, and a woman who needs fatter feet are all curious cases for Dr. Brad and Dr. Ebonie.
S3, EP8 "Crusty Cluster"A man who broke his foot three times and never saw a doctor hopes Dr. Ebonie can provide him with some help; a woman with a strange growth that looks like burnt cauliflower visits Dr. Sarah; one of Dr. Brad's most shocking patients returns.
S3, EP7 "Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble"A man with tiny tumors all over his toes, a patient whose toenails cut holes in her shoes, and a woman with a big toe that is twisted almost completely around make an interesting day for Dr. Ebonie, Dr. Sarah and Dr. Brad.
S3, EP6 "Frankenfoot"When a man who urinates on his feet, a patient who has twisted toes, and a woman who says she walks like a clodhopper visit the doctors, they are faced with shock.
S3, EP5 "Mass of Mystery"A man with a mysterious hard growth on his foot and a dancer who returns for an encore surgery keep Dr. Brad and Dr. Ebonie on their toes.
S3, EP4 "Alien Baby"Dr. Ebonie and Dr. Brad treat a woman who has a foot she says is cursed; a man who has an extraterrestrial on his toe; a woman who has a very cranky callus.
S3, EP3 "Witch's Toe"Dr. Ebonie and Dr. Brad have their hands full treating a woman with fluid dripping out of her foot; a man born with seven toes on each foot; a barber that dropped a steel door on his big toe 20 years ago has a nail that is completely deformed.
S3, EP2 "Permanent Stilettos"A woman with growths like permanent stilettos; a man with terribly twisted toes; a woman with feet that look like stones.
S3, EP1 "Hellish Horns"A man with horns on his feet, a woman whose foot went through a windshield, and a guy who has dead man's feet create mysterious challenges for Dr. Brad and Dr. Ebonie.
S2, EP10 "Walking on Broken Glass"Dr. Brad and Dr. Sarah have their hands full when they are faced with twins who have identical toe problems; a boy with extremely itchy feet and a woman born with a massively large toe are desperate for Dr. Ebonie's help.
S2, EP9 "Moldy Cheese Feet"A woman with twisted toes; a man with Frankenstein feet; a mother with extreme calluses.
S2, EP8 "Un-Cross My Toes"Dr. Ebonie, Dr. Brad and Dr. Sarah have their hands full with three extreme and challenging surgical cases, including crossed toes, unknown masses and even a ruptured Achilles, and they each try to make sure their patients will walk normally again.
S2, EP7 "Macaroni Toenails"A woman with a 2-pound mass in her foot; a man with pasta-shaped toenails; a woman with heels like rocks has the doctors scratching their heads and holding their noses.
S2, EP6 "Corn Crazy"Michael visits Dr. Sarah to see if she can help with his twisted toes; Robyn has corns on her feet and hopes Dr. Brad can cut them out so she'll be able to walk pain free once again; Richard sees Dr. Ebonie for issues related to his missing big toe.
S2, EP5 "Sixth Toe Surprise"Troy's extra toe causes him pain, and he hopes Dr. Ebonie can provide him with relief; Dr. Brad does his best to untangle a ballet dancer's twisted feet; Ramon turns to Dr. Ebonie for help with the sacks of fluid hanging from his leg and ankle.
S2, EP4 "Callus Catastrophe!"Nate sees Dr. Brad for help with the raging calluses on his feet; Savannah has a rare condition that made her big toe grow to an enormous size and hopes Dr. Ebonie can help; Dr. Brad is determined to uncover the mystery behind John's foot growth.
S2, EP3 "Amputation Situation"Despite having the longest big toes Dr. Brad has ever seen, Anna hopes for the feet she's always wanted; Russell visits Dr. Ebonie with feet that look like hooves; Patty lost most of her foot in an extreme amputation, and she needs Dr. Sarah's help.
S2, EP2 "Melted Candle Wax Feet"Cindy is desperate to have Dr. Brad fix her stumpy foot; Gregory has open wounds on both feet and hopes Dr. Ebonie can heal them; Glen's feet are split down the middle, and Dr. Brad is determined to find a solution to ease his pain.
S2, EP1 "Hornet's Nest Feet"Dr. Ebonie's skills are tested as she attempts to diagnose a patient with feet covered in huge, wart-like masses; Dr. Brad is confronted with a mystery case that could be related to the elephant man as well as a patient with paper-thin skin.
S1, EP9 "Fixing Frankenstein"Dr. Schaeffer has to straighten a woman's serpentine foot to reset her life, as Dr. Vincent gets a drummer's foot back on the beat.
S1, EP8 "Doctors Are the Worst Patients"After a horrific car accident as a child, Heather's ankle was rebuilt from parts of her body; now it's up to Dr. Vincent to help her walk again.
S1, EP7 "Alligator Feet"Dr. Vincent faces an eight-hour surgery to repair the worst case of dancer's feet she's ever seen; a woman's club feet give Dr. Schaeffer a shocking surprise when he removes her shoes; a man with curled toes makes for a challenging surgery.
S1, EP6 "ET Fingers"Dr. Vincent tries to save a man's enormous toe; Dr. Schaeffer has his hands full treating a little boy with big demands; a man with incredibly long toes.
S1, EP5 "Trouble With Toes"Dr. Vincent uses a cadaver bone to fix a woman's foot who's deathly afraid of infection; surgery to correct a woman's webbed toes becomes a crisis for Dr. Schaeffer when she develops a dangerous complication that could cost the patient her toes.
S1, EP4 "All 12 Toes"Dr. Vincent performs a delicate surgery when she treats a toddler born with 12 toes; Dr. Schaeffer meets a nudist with funky feet; things get tense during a foot reconstruction procedure when the patient wakes up in the middle of surgery.
S1, EP3 "Mo Toes, Mo Problems"A man with an enormous lump on his foot creates a mystery for Dr. Vincent; Dr. Schaeffer faces a case of a wart cluster that is all over a man's foot; patient Kiara has the first double big toe the doctor has ever come face-to-face with.
S1, EP2 "Looks Bad, Feels Worse"A woman with giant springs on her shoes enters Dr. Vincent's office; a man with a rare disease has the largest feet Dr. Schaeffer has ever seen; an athlete with two different-sized feet becomes a difficult surgery.
S1, EP1 "Somewhere In There Is a Foot"Stacy's life-threatening scar on her foot has left her hopeless; David has the worst case of foot fungus Dr. Schaeffer has seen; Morgan, an erotic paranormal romance novelist, is hoping to get her sixth toe amputated.
S1 "First Steps: That Toe Has to Go!"A woman who walks on a giant mass of skin creates a big problem for Dr. Schaeffer, and Dr. Vincent meets a teenager with a big personality and an even bigger foot problem. Jolynn uses a grinder on her foot, and Dr. Haller can't believe what is going on.
S1 "First Steps: Massive Mystery"Dr. Schaeffer meets Nate, who has been doing surgery on his feet in his bathroom; Dr. Vincent's new patient has a foot so large she can't see her toes; Dr. Haller is shocked when her patient Nicole shows her the unusual way she walks.
S1 "First Steps: Bloomin' Bunions"Dr. Vincent's patient has feet that are so crooked her toes don't touch the floor; Dr. Schaeffer meets a woman with behemoth bunions; Rachel has a toe crawling up her foot, and Dr. Haller has to get it back in line.
S1 "First Steps: Walking on Golf Balls"Danielle has the worst case of dancer's feet Dr. Schaeffer has ever seen; life-threatening wounds may cause Dr. Vincent's patient to lose his feet; Dr. Haller has her work cut out for her with Crystal, whose mystery lumps are killing her feet.
S1 "First Steps: Bad to the Bone"Dr. Schaeffer meets Mark, who has feet so scary-looking they make his kids cry; Dr. Vincent's patient has a foot so crooked it could snap with each step; Dr. Haller's patient's rogue big toe is holding her back.
S1 "First Steps: A Foot Like a Fist"Dr. Schaeffer meets Carly, who may have one of the world's rarest foot conditions; Dr. Vincent's new patient has feet so deformed that her toes nearly touch her heels; Dr. Haller is shocked to learn Michael is secretly operating on himself.
S1 "First Steps: Toes With a Twist"Dr. Vincent meets two men with some of the rarest and most extreme cases of webbed toes she's ever seen, and Dr. Schaeffer's new patient has big toes so long that they won't fit into shoes.
S1 "First Steps: Achy Break-y Feet"A man with feet split down the middle has Dr. Schaeffer determined to find a surgical solution; Dr. Vincent meets a woman with a foot so large people mistake it for a ski boot; Donald walks for Dr. Haller, and the doctor can't believe her eyes.
S1 "First Steps: Dangerous Digit"Dr. Schaeffer faces a huge challenge with a mass taking over a man's foot; Dr. Vincent's patient has a massive toe that somehow she's hidden from her boyfriend; deformed feet will soon prevent Dr. Haller's patient from walking.
While many may find feet to be an unusual topic for a television series, "Dr. Pimple Popper" has proven that there is a demographic for just about anything. "My Feet Are Killing Me" follows Drs. Brad Schaeffer, Ebonie Vincent and Sarah Haller, podiatrists who radically transfer the feet and lives of their patients. While viewers may be shocked by the subject matter, each episode open with a warning that some scenes may be graphic. Drs. Brad and Sarah are based in New Jersey, where they help the feet of the East, whereas Dr. Ebonie practices her passion for the paws in Southern California.
Original Air Date: Jan 2, 2020
Genres: RealityTV Series
Rating: TV14
Playback: HD
4 seasons available on demand (47 episodes)
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