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... tated after the surgery,the first two week were the worst... not allowed to be weight bearing at all on my operated foot at all during that time. I had to travel back to NYC for my 2 week post op and keeping my foot elevated during travel was key to making the ride manageable. ... (3 replies)
... and I have posted about my problem a couple of times but I have got zero responses. ... (6 replies)
... Last night I was sitting at the table with my boyfriend and I had my bad foot sitting on the bar across the bottom of his chair. He didn't realize this and when he moved his feet back under his chair he accidentally kicked my foot... not hard, but still forceful. ... (14 replies)

... about three weeks ago now, I fell with my entire weight of 148 lbs at five ft three onto my one left heel fracturing it and also fracturing a joint on top middle of my foot by end of my leg where it meets the top of my foot and slightly to the left of middle. ... (6 replies)
... tor removed loose cartilage between my tibia and talus and performed microfracture surgery on the talus to generate "newer" cartilage since I had an empty crater of about 1cm. ... (3 replies)
... I am very fit and healthy. I have no other contributing factors. Most people seem to be in a boot for 6 to 12 weeks. As far as the recovery has gone, so far, the back of my leg pulls quite badly which makes me limp, which is not good, but it is getting better. ... (5 replies)
... I just passed 6 months last week. Little by little I am getting back to normal. Nearly every day now I do things without thinking too much about it, but I still get sore fairly quickly and am still regaining strength in my legs. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry only part of my reply came through. ... (46 replies)
... As background, I had Haglunds surgery in Nov 2012 but have continued to have lots of achilles pain, tightness, etc. Many various treatments did not help, so the decision was made to try a lengthening. ... (10 replies)
... Hello and welcome to the community. I am sorry that you are having these issues but hopefully some of the members here will be able to provide some insight and at the very least encouragement. ... (4 replies)
... foot specialist. I got a list of some but since it's "outside their system" I have to set it all up myself. I am in the process of requesting my MRI and films. ... (0 replies)
... advice of a medical professional, is a good time to seek another opinion. Those are words to live by! ... (8 replies)
... That happens to some people. I suspect you may have been a bit overzealous in your activities instead of nicely resting and elevating your foot up above your heart the entire time, and only put your foot down when necessary ie loo run. ... (6 replies)
... In the meantime I found that my leg and foot were still numb and I couldnt move my foot at all. ... (48 replies)
... loving person. I first noticed pain on the outside of my heel when I was walking one day. ... (6 replies)
... ll the bandages off, left the yellow sticky dressings that are immediately on the wounds. I'll let them wear off. Rear inside one fell off this afternoon. One of the post sites bled and drained a little. Back of the leg itches a lot. Went through PT and the rest of the day in my five fingers. ... (325 replies)
... Went to Emergency within an hour of it happening, knew something was broken, thought it was my ankle. No weight bearing after the fall. Put in a split plaster cast the day of the accident. ... (29 replies)
... foot pain isn't too bad and I'm down to about 1 pain pill per day. All my toes can move and have feeling. The major difficulty for me is my back. Being without a leg really puts one out of alignment and constantly having to elevate the leg puts pressure on my back. ... (114 replies)
... l walking gradually . Patience, patience. My OS told me I didn't need physio. That surprised me. I know there are things I can do at home to get the strength back in the ankle and leg but I want to do the right things. He's not against physio and says if I feel I need it in a few weeks it can be arranged. ... (21 replies)
... high, watching closely with an ultra sound until they get to the nerve, and once it hits that nerve a high intensity impulse from the "probe" causes your foot or leg to twitch involintarily, indicating that they are in the right spot. You don't feel a thing. ... (29 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle, cancaneus, flat feet, fracture, gastroc recession, leg pain, microfracture, muscle spasm, neuromas, range, recovery, talus

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