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... triple arthrodesis is fusion of the calcaneus, talus, cuboid and navicular bones to construct an arch. ... (5 replies)
... his feet which lead him to having to crawl just to go to the bathroom. He was then examined by a doctor at childrens hospital in philadelphia and that lead to a triple arthrodesis in his right foot. He then had the same surgery 5 years ago on his left foot he was 25 then. ... (5 replies)
... xperienced and knowledgeable. One of the MDs I saw was from a major University and I didn't end up with him either. I did a ton of research. I ended up having bilateral triple arthrodesis. ... (2 replies)

... n. He also said if I didn't have the problem fixed I would do enough damage to my ankles that I would need them fused as well and end up in a wheel chair. I had bilateral triple arthrodesis and my feet are amazing now. My ankles have been saved and are functional. ... (39 replies)
... HI! I was born with bilateral club foot deformity. At 6 months old, I had surgery to correct the deformity. I wore casts and corrective shoes, the works. ... (3 replies)
... He very well might have a stress fracture. After a triple fusion, you are prone to these as your joints are fused and some of your shock absorption is removed. The other joints have to take the brunt of that. ... (5 replies)
... t and he operated on her. I'm 56yo. My concern is physically and orthopedically I'm not in great shape, I've had numerous orthopedic surgeries in the last 6yrs, Bilateral Total Hip replacement, Total knee replacement, spinal fusion and 3 rotator cuff repairs. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, Thank you so much for your reply! I'm so sorry to hear your recovery isn't a speedy one and wish you the best. I kick myself (not literally of course) everyday cause growing up my dad always told me to treat my feet right. They're the only ones you get (he had several toes amputated due to diabetes & his mom was a bilateral amputee). When I got hurt I thought it was... (10 replies)
... e miraculous in young people and they can avoid a fusion. Another opinion is certainly warranted. If I had the MBA when I was younger I would not have needed a triple fusion. ... (4 replies)
... I had bilateral triple arthrodesis - which is subtalar fusion plus 2 other joints. I have excellent flexibility, NORMAL range of motion, excellent balance and my time on the treadmill is only hindered by the rest of my out of shape body - for the 1st time in my life my feet aren't giving out before the rest of me. Unless there are particular reasons related to your injury and... (6 replies)
... Everyone is different in their reasons for needing a fusion and respond differently to fusions depending on what their baseline is BUT I had bilateral triple arthrodesis and I am progressing to a point where I am able to walk extended distances, never ran before due to my original deformity but plan to run a 5K by summer. ... (3 replies)
... well we had a drs appt today and he said that his other joints do take the brunt of everything but that there is no arthritis and that it is most definitly a torsal coalition that he had when he was younger and thats why they did the surgery when he was little and the second surgery on his other foot 5 years ago. He stated that there is nothing else to be done without other... (5 replies)
... We never got a diagnosis from the doctor. I honestlt don't know what bones were fused together, i do know that he also has screws in his feet. I never get alot of information when we go to the doctor, i guess that is why i am trying to get answers on this board. Why didn't his doctor ever send him to therapy after the surgeries????? As far as doctors, we have been the a... (5 replies)
... You don't say what the diagnosis is. That would help. Also, what kind of doctor did he go to? And what bones were fused? (5 replies)
Subtalar Fusion
Oct 21, 2005
... from what you described it sounds like you may need more than a subtalar fusion. maybe a triple arthrodesis. I would highly recommend a second, third and even fourth opinion. Try to find a foot deformity specialist. ... (23 replies)
... d will cause disability if left untreated. I had the deformity all my life but it started getting worse and the pain started when I was 25. I was 31 when I had bilateral triple arthrodesis. It is not a simple surgery. It involves a major reconstruction of the foot but the alternative would have been much worse. ... (15 replies)
... so finally agreed to triple arthrodesis on my left in March 2014 after i couldn't stand the thought of walking anymore. ... (7 replies)


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