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Foot Recovery
Sep 15, 2015
... Well, I pulled the trigger and had my foot rebuilt on September 10, 2015. I was extremely nervous, yet looking forward to getting it done. Surgery took a couple of hours, recovery took about 4 hours, then I was home late afternoon on Thursday the 10th. Amazing that you can have this done "outpatient". ... (7 replies)
... g after my little one. My PTTD ruptured and my talus and navicular bone shifted down out of place due to the attenuation of the tendon. My arch collapsed and my foot was suddenly flat. ... (8 replies)
... In May, I was playing soccer with my kids. Foot went one way, body went the other way. ... (5 replies)

... In the meantime I found that my leg and foot were still numb and I couldnt move my foot at all. ... (48 replies)
... Well it sounds like you still have some nerve left that allows you to walk but your big toe still drops a bit. My peroneal nerve was cut during surgery which left me with total foot drop. I even had reconstructive nerve surgery to see if it would come back but it never did. ... (48 replies)
... lifting your foot up? ... (48 replies)
... CON JOB as you did and it is SO FREAKY..! I think they teach this Con Job poor me the Dr act in Med school in case a surgery goes south, so they can get us feeling sorry, friendly towards them so that there is a MORE of a connection then other patients JUST SO WE WON'T ATTEMPT TO SUE.! ... (31 replies)
... After my surgery I started walking at 6 weeks. It was still several weeks after that that I kept it up as much as possible. ... (3 replies)
... I think it is too early to tell whether it has really been effective, but the funny thing is that the foot which used to be a good foot has been deteriorating in the last few months so I have a good comparison between the two now. ... (10 replies)
... Hi everybody, I sprained my left foot on December 30th 2008 and Workers comp sent me to a family doctor. ... (124 replies)
... good to hear the pain in your other foot is fading. Must be a relief? ... (99 replies)
... how great my foot looked! I think I will actually be able to buy shoes in shoe stores after this! I've also "peeked" at it a couple of times and the incision looks amazing. ... (2 replies)
... Which type of fusion surgery is planned? ... (34 replies)
... re car accident. I pulled in front of an 18 wheeler which was doing 65 mph. I had multiple injuries and shouldn't have lived. The accident pushed my femer bone back through my hip and I was told that it stretched the sciatic nerve. ... (48 replies)
... suggest avoiding surgery. Read through some of the postings on the board about them. There are positive outcomes, I am aware, but I really really think neruoma surgery needs to be approached extremely cautiously. I am just telling you think in case your doctor tells you it is a neuroma. ... (1 replies)
... Wanted to share my story. My pain was wrongly diagnosed about 10 yrs ago as 'flat foot'. Eventually I saw a foot doctor who told me my sesamoid was fragmented. ... (10 replies)
Surgery May 14th
Jun 9, 2010
... ch where the temperature is usually around 72 so if you are in a hotter climate I could see how it will get hot. It is pretty comfortable for the most part. My foot feels so much more stable while wearing it so I would rather wear it than not wear it. My doc said that I can take it off. ... (73 replies)
... Several months after my first surgery, I noticed the same thing with my foot getting cold. It felt cold inside, but when I touched it, the skin wasn't really that cold. It was weird. ... (18 replies)
... y and finally looked the calender one day and I just knew I shouldn't be hobbling around months later and something needed to be done. There is always risk with surgery though. Imagine people that have to make these decisions with the neck or back, which could put you in a wheelchair. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Planemark - definitely like the idea of going to the Caribbean - only I had to use all my leave for this surgery! Sigh. I drove into work today - by the time I got here I was so uncomfortable & so discouraged by the pain I wound up crying a little bit. I was walking this morning and felt everything in my ankle go "pop". It really hurt....so I guess the swelling must be... (124 replies)


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