... the distraction which will give the medical industry time to develop an injectable or implantable material that will act like cartilage. It's available for the knee so hopefully the ankle isn't too far behind. ... (94 replies)
... a traumatic work injury wherein 400 lbs. of pallets fell on me from behind. I ended up with a fractured tibial plateau and fibula on the left side along with a broken heel on the right side which they at first diagnosed as a sprained ankle and which it took eight months to diagnose properly. My back was also injured. ... (14 replies)
... I have been having pain in my foot for about three weeks now on the ball of my foot behind the little toe near the outside of my foot. ... (15 replies)
... I received a gun shot wound to the left ankle in 1988 when I was 17. ... (36 replies)
... I can't imagine doing that to my big toe....especially on top of that same ankle being sprained. I think that the big toe would have to hurt worse than the little toes as far as injuries go! I guess you did feel like it was a block of wood. ... (30 replies)
... I met a young woman at PT who had a broken bone in her ankle.... When she 1st arrived to PT she had a sour puss on her face, never smiled but came in and did her work. ... (78 replies)
... Daniel had anesthesia put a very small catheter in behind his knee which blocked out the nerves in his ankle. Not sure what you do about pain in the donor knee site. Because of his age the OS wanted to use a donor cadaver bone instead of a autograft. ... (53 replies)
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