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... gone and that was a big concern of mine. I was 8 weeks NWB and went through PT for about 8 weeks. ... (0 replies)
... Hi gallantus, you may notice issues with proprioception but therapy will help plus you are already an active person and that plays a big part in your healing. You will get your strength back. Are you doing anything now for strengthening? ... (8 replies)
... Or is it just one big one? ... (103 replies)

... I don't remember how it was done :/ (8 replies)
... I do not. my atfl doesn't cause too much instability where my ankle would roll, but the instability is causing inflammation and pain. I also have two bone spurt, which needs to be shaved. How was your brostrom performed? was trying atfl cut in the middle and stitched back or was one end scraped off from the bone and drilled back in? (8 replies)
... Do you wear a brace? (8 replies)
... I am going for the procedure. But I am leaning towards August of this year to do it due to better timing. I don't do much now for my ankle, I tried PT many times and it's a complete utter failure. (8 replies)
... Weather can effect too. For me the amount of use is a big part of pain. Also not taking breaks. Doing hard work day after day, adds up. I also try to take breaks during the day. ... (3 replies)
... I also have custom orthotics with a support build in the metatarsal. But my dr at first just put a metatarsal pad, the placement is a big deal it spreads the metatarsals and keeps the weight from hitting that one spot. ... (10 replies)
... They just shoot it full of novacaine and cut it out down the side. I've had it done 3 times.. No big deal at all. Make sure they put the stuff on it to keep it from growing back. Forget what it's called. ... (1 replies)
... Ok so 8 years ago I was moving a washer. I went to push it up the stairs using my feet because it was up so much higher then me. I felt a burning pain in my plantar and could barely walk . Woke up the next morning to a small lump right above my arch like the top part of it. It hurts some what but now it's pretty big. I've always had problems with my arch falling when I played... (0 replies)
... smart thinking to look above the foot for problems. In my case I had a traumatic moment with my foot so I knew it was the foot. I can relate to the shoes, I buy big toed sneakers and then get them in wide. ... (10 replies)
... as in my back and not just in my foot. No way would they do anything but poke a pin in my foot and say the nerves are damaged. Full day of painful riding, a very big bill, and and 1 safety pin. That's all I got from that. Now I wear shoes a size bigger than I need so there is no pressure on my foot. ... (10 replies)
... New Balance is known for wide shoes. Not sure who else makes wide ones. They have a big line up. I ended up getting a pair for a place that sold orthotics. Found a model that was deep enough to support orthotic too. ... (4 replies)
... op. There's still a lot of soreness, but I can walk with a cane, wearing the surgical sandal. Some of the pain is on the bottom of the big toe between the first joint and the arthritic joint. Sometimes it really hurts as I take a step. ... (15 replies)
... I am a little over 3 weeks post op and just got out of the cast and was put into a boot. Now that I am out of the cast I have been having this odd sensation on my arches. My big toe is numb (which it has been for about 4 yrs due to previous ankle surgeries) and also the inside of my foot/arch is numb. I didnít realize it until the cast was off and now i am getting this odd... (0 replies)
... Hi, yes elevate toes above nose. The higher you elevate the better! Hope it goes well. Keep us posted! (15 replies)
... I've read a lot of posts on the board about this procedure, and tomorrow is the big day for the right foot. ... (15 replies)
... Is there anything else to consider before you go that route? (9 replies)
... revision surgery. I am beginning to think that a BKA may be my eventual option, and I am o.k. with this. Anything to stop the pain. My concern is that we have a big overseas trip booked starting in early July. This was booked over a year ago. What I want to know is, is there enough time to recover if I have this. ... (9 replies)

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