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... even sports starts need to keep on top of their sport for peak performance and warming up is needed rather than jumping into activities cold. your body isn't used to it and injury is more likely. ... (3 replies)
... cover repair with a jones fracture in april 2014. i am a very active person and had a physical job and my foot was mush so it was all very stressfull for me. ... (13 replies)
... d was in a car accident that severed my PTT and caused some nerve and lots of tissue damage. I first had a simple tendon repair because of the emergency and need for skin grafting. It held for about 10 months, but I never recovered enough to get back to my former level of activity. ... (12 replies)

... If you needed to you could even use a defrosted gel ice pack and wrap that around your ankle to cover the incision and then that would absorb the pressure from the support. ... (1 replies)
... Im starting to feel really bad for my dance team and teacher. I had this surgery and skipped all of summer dance just to be in close to perfect condition so i could be my best and not complain. But here i am again back where i started. ... (65 replies)
... which made things more difficult after my surgery because the legnth was even less. So, my passion for shoes took a turn for the worse. I need to have a slight lift installed by a shoemaker to make up the difference. I am limited in types of shoes with no heel. ... (11 replies)
... taking. I called my OS after any pressure to the floor would cause this pain and when not applying pressure it would just pound, like there was a heartbeat in there. ... (11 replies)
... I had severe bunions and surgery for both feet that is now OVER WITH!! ... (9 replies)
... Welcome to the wonderful world of ankle surgery! I had ligament reconstruction done in March this year. ... (21 replies)
... Well, I wouldn't do this surgery unless I was in a lot of pain and was unable to walk more than short distances. But, at the same time, I wouldn't wait too long. ... (8 replies)
... I had a similar problem after my initial fusion. Nothing could touch the lateral aspect of my foot. I could not wear shoes. ... (34 replies)
... I had various treatments that did make the problem go away until I was using crutches this summer after ankle surgery. ... (12 replies)
... eet. Had horrible bunions on each foot and NO arch. I now have a wonderful arch and good ankles due to a good physical therapist, who majored in body mechanics after his four years of college. Years ago, I had the bunions taken care of by an orthopedic surgeon. ... (4 replies)
... success rate over the guy who has done it 50 times with the same success rate. You want the guy who has forgotten more about feet and ankles than most foot and ankle doctors are ever going to learn. Masters of their craft! ... (27 replies)
... Thanks for replying. After physical therapy for the ankle, I had aqua therapy two years after since physical therapy period ran out. It helped a lot, even doing stretches by the therapist out of pity cause my insurance didn't carry it at all. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the boards and to the "club"! All of us here are very supportive and happy to answer any specific questions you have as you prepare for and go through the surgical process. ... (87 replies)
... I found shoes for the wedding, tiny kitten heel, I was lucky to fine them, Im really tall with big feet, so its hard to find my size in the store!! ... (26 replies)
... ankle reconstruction surgery once you are weight bearing again? ... (3 replies)
... detail post... I'll start with current but am adding history for anyone interested. Plus it helps me process it all when I write it down. ... (27 replies)
... Hi! Thanks for replying. ... (9 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle arthroscopy, ankle fracture, ankle injury, ankle ligament reconstruction recovery, orif, pttd

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