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... gone. I wear the boot every waking hour, only removing it for showering and sleeping. I am very hopeful for a full recovery. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for your reply... and I'm so sorry to hear that you're struggling with very similar issues as me, especially after two surgeries! ... (45 replies)
... I might have to have a ligament fixed and peroneal groove deepened also, so let's hope for the best. Thanks for your help hope all continues to go well with you. ... (13 replies)

... Welcome to the boards! First I am happy to hear your husband is mending. I also found "tactics for coping" to be very helpful. ... (2 replies)
... swelling for a few days after that, convinced I had done something to my ACL. Within about a week, it felt fine, however, then my achilles on that same side started to hurt. ... (5 replies)
... I'm new here, had PTTD surgery March 2. So far my recovery is going good. I have two more weeks of NWB then I'll start physical therapy. The most frustrating part for me is other people. ... (15 replies)
... those screws can stay right where they are as long as they aren't causing any trouble. Right after the surgery, and for really a long time, I'd get what felt like electric shocks zipping up my incisions. ... (151 replies)
... I don't know what it is, I kept my cast clean and dry for the entire time. I didn't put lotion on between old and new casts, so maybe that helped? ... (100 replies)
... I underwent a triple arthrodesis on Sept. 2 because my arch was completely collapsed. I had been undergoing conservative treatment for PTTD for many years including the 4 years before surgery in a Richie brace. ... (2 replies)
... I had more questions for him, and he hasn't returned my phonecall yet. Maybe some of you know the answer... ... (7 replies)
... weeks ago I had a tendon transfer, navicular removal and calcineal slide from PTTD stage 2.5, pain when walking more than 15 min. ... (16 replies)
... My cast is finally off and I am in a cool air boot with a pneumatic valve. The doc told me to only stand on it in the shower. ... (29 replies)
... I started PT last Wed and am going every day for next 3 weeks. Progress in a week has been amazing. ... (29 replies)
... I had PTTD and had surgery at the end of May. My surgery involved the Evan's Calcaneal Osteotomy and posterior tibial tendon repair. ... (4 replies)
... Would you mind sharing what type of surgery you are getting to solve your PTTD and what types of symptoms you were having that lead you to make this decision? ... (24 replies)
... ing I started using a bone stimulator machine twice a day, I am praying it works if not more surgery and a plate an screws in the cadaver bone place. I also had PTTD surgery and had many other procedures even my surgeon did not realize before surgery. ... (4 replies)
... With PTTD surgery, there are many phases. ... (10 replies)
... I'm glad that PWB is coming along for you! I never knew how much weight I was putting on my foot either... ... (8 replies)
... erve pain I was feeling and it was awful. She uped my Oxycontin to 2 at night and I was to stay on the oxycodone and oxycontin during day at max does. I begged for a nerve type of pain pill. SHe said she wasn't really a fan of prescribing those at this early venture and they were for people with chronic nerve disorders. ... (21 replies)
... days of it being really swollen at night, I started wearing the compression sock again during the day. Yesterday I woke up and it felt the best it had felt and actually felt like a foot for the first time since the surgery. ... (6 replies)


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