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... When I was a Senior in high school 3 years ago, I tore all of the ligaments in my ankle and broke my fibula during a football practice. I had surgery to insert a metal plate in my leg to stabilize my fibula and had numerous screws to align my ankle for the ligaments to repair properly. ... (2 replies)
... reading a lot on here though because I just had an MRI to show a 8mm x 15mm cystic lesion on my medial talus. My first OS suggested OATS but since he was not an ankle specialist he referred me to another doctor who might know better. ... (12 replies)
... I had a really bad sprain of my ankle 4 years ago. ... (15 replies)

... or scar tissue. Scar tissue can be functional, and the zigzag running on grass that your sport requires is probably the hardest thing for someone with a history of ankle ligament injury. ... (2 replies)
... My parents said right now I may feel fine, but later on all the injuries i've gotten and forgotten about or not took care of are gonna come back 2 haunt me. This is what scares me. The ortho I was seeing was great, really liked him as a doctor, he had said if the cortisone helped that it was a joint problem and we should go through with arthroscopy. And it did. ] I just... (4 replies)
... I'm going to have my ankle done for the 4th time soon. This time is a reconstruction. I had the first surgery in 96 which was an arthroscopic to remove scar tissue. That was the best the ankle had felt until 2001 when I fell and tore ligaments which caused the first reconstuction. ... (4 replies)
... WHen I fell and tore up the parts of my ankle that were repaired surgically I also tore my achilles. It healed but I had a lump of scar tissue that was pretty painful and which made my ankle pretty tight. ... (6 replies)
... until just recently and because of that if I was down on the floor I would have to get to furniture to push myself up. Suddenly a few weeks ago I could push up from squatting to standing without pain until I overdid it because I was excited about it. ... (11 replies)
... y you injure it more than you have before. In my case it was really clear when I sprained it more than my periodic sprains but I still was really casual about a bad sprain and let it cause a lot of problems. ... (6 replies)
... I probably should have come here months ago, but I guess it's not until things really get bad you turn in all directions for help. ... (8 replies)
... r injury. Since I was already seeing an orthopedic doc, my GP didn't even glance at my ankle, so he was no help. I know how hard working in a restaurant with a bad ankle is, so you have my sympathy. I hope your podiatrist will be able to help you out. ... (31 replies)
... I had PTTD surgery a little more than a year ago for a partially torn tendon. ... (0 replies)
... My doctor seems to be on the liberal side as well. I will get more clarification on the post surgery aircast when I meet with him on Monday, May 16th. ... (20 replies)
... He asks me how the OATS spot was and I told him that again, that part was actually good, it was the peroneals, PTT, and scar tissue in front that was causing all my pain. I said the OATS was good though. And, like any surgeon, I guess, he claimed the surgery was a success! ... (49 replies)
... I had OATS surgery on an 18mm lesion 1 year ago. One reason I decided to go ahead with OATS was my age. After 45, they start to hesitate using that surgery and I'm 40. You're 22 yrs. old and that's really young. So you had drilling already that healed well but left some scar tissue and a chondral flap? ... (11 replies)
... Brostrom is indicated for repeated sprains of the outside of the ankle, along with a sense of "giving way." A doctor will check the ankle by sliding the foot around and seeing if it "gives" too much. ... (9 replies)
... I hate to have to join the 'bad' ankle club, but need someone's advice ... ... (6 replies)
... Well I had my surgery yesterday in Houston and it was a long 7 hour ride after surgery but Dr. thought it was best to hit the road while nerve block was still working. Glad I listened for sure as I'm in pretty bad pain today. ... (18 replies)
... foot. They removed one screw from the calcaneal osteotomy and inserted a much longer one in its place, left the second screw from the first surgery and then 4 screws facing towards the ankle to fuse the foot. ... (12 replies)
... I know they can remove them but I don't think they do very often. I think this is probably the cause of your pain in the arch, if there is inflammation there is pain. ... (10 replies)


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