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... e you. I had foot surgery with a plate and no external hardware, so I can't comment on that. I think Janesfoot made a good point about how we who had surgery had time to get mentally prepared for being out of commission. You had it thrust on you, plus with three kids, you have more challenges than I did, that is for sure. ... (9 replies)
... I too had two nails in the heel, two nails at the end of big toe. So far it is OK, but I have not reached the stages of your recovery time. ... (15 replies)
... I agree with you. When I got my cast off & went into a boot, I still had 4 weeks left of NWB, but they had me start exercises. The doctor asked me if I WANTED to do PT and at that point I was going to decline because I thought I knew how to do the exercises they showed me why should I go to PT. But then his PT saw me there in the office and insisted that I should start PT. ... (9 replies)

... It sounds like you may be using a bone growth stimulator to help with the fusion of the cadaver bone. ... (9 replies)
... years...FDL transfer, medializing calcaneal osteotomy, Evans procedure, Strayer procedure, and bone marrow aspiration. Like you, I'm very active and hope to be able to return to competitive sports. ... (12 replies)
... n bad. It gets worse in the evenings because of fatigue, low energy levels, and swelling. At first it was even difficult to sit up or move in bed because I had bone taken from my iliac crest to add to the outside of my foot. Also, I didn't factor in just how tired the body is from such an extensive surgery. ... (11 replies)
... With all due respect to physical therapists, I cannot tell you how many times they have made a cavalier pronouncement that turned out to be incorrect.Different PT's told my son he had:adductor tendinitis(was fibrous dysplasia in a pubic bone), shin splints (stress fracture) and various other minor dignostic errors. They are not doctors and they sometimes go beyond their area... (11 replies)
... A year ago I was anxiously awaiting my surgery to fuse my big toe joint. I went through different stages of anxiety. I was horrifed about the idea of a joint that wouldn't move, even though it already had an extremely reduced range of motion. ... (2 replies)
... the world right now. i still have some tingling in my foot after moving around awhile so have to get to the couch and elevate. the doc did send me home with a bone stimulator at my 2 week check up which i've read it is quite affective in healing. keeping my fingers crossed. you might inquire about that with your doc. ... (28 replies)
... I'm sorry you fell into out little group but you couldn't pick a better support and information group. We all at various stages of our recovery and we will all be happy to share our experiences, good and bad. ... (85 replies)
... I think the stiffness is a good sign of healing in your toe. Do you still have a lot of swelling in your foot? ... (11 replies)
... injuring. and some intermittent rehab aching and joint pain and swelling seems to be par for the course with this lengthy healing process. ... (205 replies)
... I asked about the swelling and pain on the lateral side of my ankle. He said swelling normal and this is basically a surgical or clean fracture of the calcanous bone when he placed those two long screws in. That 6 weeks out, my bones are still in the very early stages of healing and he expects this is bone pain. ... (193 replies)


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