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... walk on it which just makes it worse again. But I do keep trying to use it as I got the muscle close to being the same as the other 9 weeks ago but now can barely tolerate weight bearing on my ankle. ... (103 replies)
... weeks later and I am still in a lot of pain and tender as in the sore areas. ... (103 replies)
... Can anyone share their experience with having a big toe joint fusion with a bone graft after having a joint implant removed? ... (4 replies)

... and it seems as though I am placing enormous pressure on the fifth metatarsal. It feels like a hard marble under my bone. The foot seems to tilt outward a bit too much. Has anyone experienced this? ... (0 replies)
... Rays which were taken at The Hospital for Special Surgery by an Orthopedic Dr. who specializes in the foot and ankle. The Orthos recommendation was to have a bone fusion in the great toe using bone from below my knee. My Podiatrist concurred that bone fusion would be the final surgery. ... (1 replies)
... I did not have a bone infection. ... (36 replies)
... relatively pain free" as my doctor says. It has been over 9 months for me, and I am still recovering. I was casted and nonweight bearing for ten weeks, with my foot elevated and iced nearly the whole time. ... (3 replies)
... He didnt say . when I went in it was to discuss redoing the navicular orif because it was still a non union And the bones weren't set together right. Which makes for alot of ccracking and crunching in the foot. He says its the bones rubbing together. . ... (20 replies)
... I had bone fusion of the talus and navicular back In July 2014. This is a very challeging and difficult recovery. ... (20 replies)
... Can anyone remove a fusion rod in the subtalar? ... (7 replies)
Foot surgery
Jul 23, 2008
... smoker, and very motivivated it is a good risk and worth the recovery. ... (17 replies)
... Why do you think the surgery failed? ... (7 replies)
... I do hope this post is still active after a few months. Isnt the internet a wonderful thing as I was surfing about hallux rigidus and came to this site. I had the fusion in the UK on the 17th December and its strange reading this site as to how different this is treated 'across the waters'. ... (85 replies)
... op and still in pain. ... (10 replies)
... workers were great. Try to go back on a Wed so you only have a couple days until the weekend and you will have a better idea of how you will be. ... (7 replies)
... Hi! I'm new here and I hope maybe someone here can help me. Since 2003, I've had 3 surgeries on my rt foot ,1 one my left ft.and rotator cuff repair on ft shoulder. I have osteoathritis and have been awarded my disability. ... (28 replies)
... The condition tends to get worse. Just before the surgery, I couldn't take any walks. Even a 10 min. walk was a problem. Also, once you are no longer flexible, the surgery becomes even more involved then it already is. There is all kinds of information on the internet about PTTD surgery. ... (13 replies)
... I don't really know the specifics of my surgery or the terms used but I broke my foot 28 years ago at age 23. It healed after some weeks and I was back to normal. ... (4 replies)
... union. I have been putting off another attempt for the last 7 years. ... (13 replies)
... Left foot is horribly flat, tendons are gone. It pancakes when I walk, and I need to wear shoes all the time. No barefoot for me. Ankle has turned in a lot, I am selfconscious of my ankel and try to hide it . ... (13 replies)


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