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... How much swelling after a LATERAL RELEASE? ... (0 replies)
... use your foot discomfort to let you know that your doing too much. At 4 weeks post op, I didn't do much. Your bone is still very much healing. ... (4 replies)
... since 1997 I had foot surgery 5 times 2 of those were to refuse the 1 metatarsal and the rest were to straighten hammer toes I got after a blood clot and then drop foot due to that. Fusion never worked because it took 3 dr's and an MRI to find there is no cell regeneration there. ... (0 replies)

... and the year after. If you don't have surgery and the OCD is growing, you might never run again. ... (3 replies)
... Is the warm feeling on the top of your foot or the bottom? ... (1 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Dec 26, 2007
... big toe to the ankle, a neuroma and placement of a pin in the second toe to strighten. Because the main bone was cut I was directed to not put any weight on the foot for six to seven weeks and use a wheel chair for transportation. ... (3 replies)
... fused my first three cunniforms and the heads of my first two metatarsals. Let me start off by saying I will try to give as unbiased a view as possible about the surgery and the recovery as well as mobility afterward. I went into surgery at a daysurgical center assuming that I would be going home afterward. That was not the case. ... (7 replies)
... onectomy on March 6. I had the bone broken and a piece removed and screws put into the bone. I was in a cast for 2 months post op. My question is regarding my foot and leg after my cast was removed. When I stand, my foot and leg get so red, almost purple. It is like a flushing of the skin. ... (3 replies)
... Had my surgery this past Monday and things went well. ... (2 replies)
... I was also given a Lovenox kit to self inject myself on my belly for seven days to prevent blood clot. ... (11 replies)
... Well, I'm now 18 and i've had a "bump" on the top of my left foot since about seventh grade. doctors didn't really know what it was until they did surgery when i was in ninth grade and found "something calcified." it not only formed a bump that was painful to touch, but began swelling. ... (0 replies)
... I just put the cream all over my foot and ankle and let it dry for awile before putting a shoe and sock on. ... (240 replies)
... tially ordered me a shelf walker. Tall extensions where you rest your arms on "shelves" at elbow height. Did not work for me at all. Too much twist as my left foot was as bad as my right. Then he ordered the knee walker. ... (114 replies)
... hey Walleye!!! Yes----the knee walker I am getting this time will do the 360!! that is what i was trying to say!!! LOLOLOL---I dont always convey my thoughts about mechanical things very clearly!! Well, I had a tendon repair, tendon transfer, Kidner procedure, & Dwyer Osteotomy. I dont necessarily think I had anything more major than anyone else, its just that when he... (88 replies)
... I had to do the shots of Lovenox for 14 days after flat foot reconstruction surgery. I hated it but it was worth it to avoid blood clots. I counted down the days until I was done! ... (5 replies)
... I totally feel your pain and depression. I had my surgeries just over 7 weeks ago. I was supposed to be in a cast for 6 weeks NWB, but after the 2nd check for a blood clot the dr put me in the boot a week early but still NWB. ... (8 replies)
... but still had pain after wearing for 8 months. ... (61 replies)
... uze inside there and pushing it upward to cover that whole area. See if that will help. I know if did for me. And even though you find relief from having your foot down, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you keep it elevated at this point of your recovery. ... (50 replies)
... dic surgeon to review my MRI, get an appointment to see a second opinion orthopedic surgeon that was more recommended, and then to schedule the surgery. Get the surgery as soon as you can, the longer you wait the less they can do. I walked around on crutches and had a hard boot around my foot for that month prior to surgery. ... (4 replies)
... So after you have the upcoming surgery, you'll be on Lovenox for 9 days, and then you're done with any thinners, correct? ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: calcaneal osteotomy, fdl tendon transfer, foot concerns, lateral release, lisfranc, lisfranc frature, lisfranc injury, lisfranc surgery, pttd surgery

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