GET READY!! TLC’s hit show, MY FEET ARE KILLING ME is back with Dr. Ebonie Vincent she returns to season 4 with that pretty smile! Vincent is a graduate of Hampton University and based in Orange Country, Ca. The show premiered, Wednesday May 4th at 9/8c and I got to check it out and I had no clue people had all those foot problems, yikes! I’m telling you now, if you have a weak stomach you might want to find something else to watch lol. If you missed last nights episode, I have a new clip inside and you can tune in next week!
My Feet Are Killing Me is back for season 4 — and bringing seriously extreme medical issues with it. Throughout the new season, Dr. Brad Schaeffer, Dr. Ebonie Vincent and Dr. Sarah Haller will deal with a large mass, a foot that “looks like a big volcano, bubbling over about ready to erupt,” and enter an “unchartered territory” of podiatry.
In the season premiere, a women fears losing her foot after walking on a broken tibia for 10 years, golf ball-sized bunions may prevent another woman from ever running again, and a man is dealing with intense 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.
Through it all, the three doctors graciously handle each patient in hopes of giving them pain-free lives.
Season 4 of My Feet Are Killing Me will premiere Wednesday, May 4 at 9/8c on TLC.