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... weeks and a very "UNDERWHELMING" 6mm anterior talus bone bruise, I'm not getting much better. I have a calcification on my tibia, very near my bone bruise and near the talus. ... (1 replies)
... Because the working parts of the ankle joint are so tiny, even a little "thing" in the wrong place can cause serious problems. ... (1 replies)
... nd I had to just put up with it. I ended up with all over body pain, and lots of other issues, was then diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and when ever I brought up my ankle pain it was put off as part of Fibromyalgia. In November 2010 I pushed for them to do more about my ankle and had an MRI which also came back clear. ... (2 replies)

... Fast forward to last year, I noticed that there was a protrusion on the outside of the ankle I had previously injured. It's right where the normal bump is, but feels like the bone has shifted or grown or both. ... (2 replies)
... d about the calcification. Said there was no break or displacment. Recomended I go to physical therapy. Well this is my fourth and final week of therapy. The ankle is still swollen, still sore at times. Again I can walk pretty good on flat surfaces, hills, stairs and uneven stuff are still problems. ... (51 replies)
... you may have a slight tear in a tendon or ligament.i have sprained my left ankle a few times running and ended up tearing the brevis tendon. ... (4 replies)
... kles to look for calcification. She show absolutely no signs of discomfort in her ankles and there is no bruising. If there really is a fracture, shouldn't her ankle have been casted immediately? ... (0 replies)
... I had the MRI it went fine. It will be read on Monday and I see doctor on Tuesday. The MRI technician was surprised that the first xray showed nothing and the second one the radiologist said there was a definite change. The 3 OS doctors also said there was nothing. What the change is calcification. My latest OS also stated there was some loose bodies but that could be... (51 replies)
... where my ankle is , the inside of my left foot where the incision is... i can barely see my ankle, but i have a bone growth there, so i understand what punkin is speaking of.. ... (8 replies)
... and only my bad heel hit the step, my foot slid forward, and my toes went beneath my foot and my ankle back over the top of my foot. AGAIN. Not to the side... Second time I've twisted it like this, and it's just as bad as when I first did it... ... (47 replies)
Surgery or not?
Oct 16, 2011
... y 2 doctors that you have seen, would strongly suggest that you not take that risk on. Even if it seems "stable" now, odds are, it will not be stable forever. My ankle doesn't seem too awful loose compared to most peoples posts on here. ... (6 replies)
... What I am doing to do is wait til Monday, everything is closed over the weekend and get hold of the hospital and tell them whats wrong. I want to make sure I am not doing more damage to my foot. I was told I should have been given a xray, it's seems that should have been the next step. I got to see how I cope over the weekend but right now, it's hurting again. I feel like... (76 replies)
... can you get a referral to a foot and ankle orthopaedic from your primary care doctor? ... (76 replies)
... ch experience with OCD's. One does ART Soft Tissue Treatment and Dry Needling and the other suggest UltraSound and a Graston Tool to break up any scar tissue or calcification that may have formed. ... (3 replies)
Fracture
Jun 9, 2009
... my good foot's knee hurt cuz i was favoring it then when walking in the boot. My bad foot's knee hurt cuz i would walk funny in the boot, and then my good foot's ankle hurts from time to time because I still did not have enough muscle in my calf to make a perfectly smooth transition from foot to foot. ... (689 replies)
... I can't make it click on demand, but it only happens when ankle joint is in motion. ... (38 replies)
... ng. This is what's causing strain and the pain in the plantar fascia and Achilles' tendon. Not the spurs. Stupid pod wanted to do surgery to remove the spurs and calcification in the tendon. Not braces or anything. And the sports ortho I went to for a second opinion made the comment that all I needed was to do stretching exercises. ... (0 replies)
... g. This is what's causing strain and the pain in the plantar fascia and Achilles' tendon. Not the spurs. Stupid pod wanted to do surgery to remove the spurs and calcification in the tendon. Not braces or anything. And the sports ortho I went to for a second opinion made the comment that all I needed was to do stretching exercises. ... (7 replies)
... Not all docs know how to treat a jones fracture because they don't see them all that often. Is your doc a foot and ankle specialist? ... (6 replies)
Jones Fracture
Jul 4, 2009
... ed to bear weight on your fractured foot because of your hip, but bearing weight puts too much pressure on the 5th met and keeps the ends of the bone separate so calcification is difficult, if not, impossible. A bone stimulator actually brings more blood flow to that area of the foot so healing can accelerate. ... (1 replies)


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