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PTTD Stage 2?
May 17, 2018
... ankle and leg pain that I was having that had begun over a year ago. It came on after a long and stubborn bout of diverticulitis in which I had 4 months of mostly bed rest and had begun to become active again. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, im 16 years old and have severe flat feet. i have a lot of pain in my feet, legs, knees, hips and back. ... (1 replies)
... I saw 2 podiatrists that both said the bone grafts were the way to go, and hopefully they are right. Glad to hear your recovery went well, I have been in pain for about 10 years now so I am really looking forward to relieving some pain once I get surgery and recover. Dr. ... (7 replies)

... I had a calcaneal osteotomy, gastroc recession, FDL tendon transfer, and subtalar arthroeisis about 1 year ago for flat foot reconstruction of my right foot. I was 25 at the time and without a doubt, it was the best thing I ever did. ... (7 replies)
... op. So far, so good. I have never been wakeboarding and was never able to handle 5 inch heels but I have hope for some fabulous vacations and 3 inch heels in my future! ... (11 replies)
... as still intact, there was really no way to know the status of the the transferred part, because enough of the tendon was intact that I was still able to flex my foot in different ways etc, all the things he had me do. ... (21 replies)
... because I haven't gotten any better...and actually am feeling worse in the past couple weeks. I hope you are correct about the MRI being done quickly. Workers comp usually takes about a month to actually "approve" anything, etc. ... (46 replies)
... anything else....except maybe remove some screws if it is all healed right. Your nerve block must have been a bit different than mine. They put the nerve block in for surgery and said it can last anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. ... (13 replies)
... ork comp it might be a little different because the work comp insurance companies tend to put the pressure on the drs if they don't release you to return to work in a "reasonable" amount of time. ... (111 replies)
... If at all possible I would plan to have some help for the first few weeks. Although I have talked to people who live alone and have done fine with preparation in advance. ... (43 replies)
... I feel as though my surgeon is one of the best Ortho surgeons here in Canada. Her work on foot reconstruction is well known in her field and every rating I read about her from past patients is 5 star all the way. ... (5 replies)
... it has two brakes unlike most scooters, and you can lock them in place. I found that one brake was not enough, especially if that one wheel wasn't quite touching the ground. ... (13 replies)
... But I'm in Los Angeles and I had my surgery by Tim Charlton at Cedars. ... (2 replies)
... days as a matter of routine...not all surgeons do that. Each time I was convinced that the cast was too tight or was rubbing me raw in certain spots, but when the cast came off, everything looked fine. ... (10 replies)
... r concern for your daughter, and you are doing the right thing by getting multiple opinions. I agree with Titchou, skip the podiatrist and go for the Orthopedic Surgeons that are in the best Ankle and Foot Clinics around. ... (12 replies)
... ankle surgeons you can find. Your case is different as your flat foot is idiopathic and not traumatic.Still,it sounds as if you are quite limited and could possibly benefit from surgery. ... (7 replies)
Kidner surgery???
Dec 24, 2011
... I am nearly 8 weeks post flat foot reconstruction surgery with 3 different procedures. ... (9 replies)
... As Worldwalker said, different people do have different experiences. All we can do on this board is share our own. It is a fine line sometimes in trying to be realistic and honest and being viewed as being negative and discouraging. I don't ever want to scare anyone or discourage anyone. ... (18 replies)
... I had a similar surgery done in 2003. I was 37 at the time, and was likely too old, as the bone graft collapsed and never fused correctly. Subsequently the new arch flattened out again. ... (27 replies)
... most of the best plans don't cover them or may cover a very small portion. ... (29 replies)

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