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... to remove opposing bone spurs that formed on my ankle from a basketball injury 20 years or so ago where I chipped a small piece of bone off and it had to be removed. The current issue was that the spurs would periodically nudge one another and cause pain which seemed to radiate up to my knee. ... (3 replies)
... I got the biopsy back, It is a bone infection. I go to see the Infectious disease spec. in two days. ... (36 replies)
... Bless your heart, it sounds like it was a bad infection. I've had the MRI and it show the 3rd bone in my little toe is destroyed, from the top of it the the bottom, where is joins the foot itself. The biopsy whould tell him what antibioatics he needs to use. ... (36 replies)

... so had me take antibiotics for ten day as a precaution. He was very cautious because when the screw is removed, there is an open access directly to the bone. A bone infection could be very serious. I would rather my doctor be over cautious then not cautious enogh. I was able bear weight as tolerated. ... (10 replies)
... ke. I got new orthotics the year before, and spent a ton of money on comfy shoes. I had a steroid injection into the joint, and that helped for a few months. The shoes didn't really help. It is very depressing to have a sore foot even when wearing Keens, and Merrells with good orthotics. ... (28 replies)
... Northwind, I hope you won't need surgery for your bone infection. I will send positive energy your way! ... (12 replies)
... In Feb 2009 my husband fell from a ladder, shattering his heel bone which caused injury to his subtalar joint. He had immediate surgery, with a plate and 16 pins inserted. ... (2 replies)
... I'm six weeks post-Akin Bunionectomy. The half-leg Xerosox did not initially fit over the bandages and Ace wrap the first week after surgery. In fact, the xerosox was very uncomfortable until I had the pin removed after 3 weeks. The trash bag worked well, with a side stool and leg hanging out of the tub. Please NEVER rely upon any of these products to keep your foot... (14 replies)
Big toe fusion
Jun 2, 2015
... fussed, not the second joint as in bunions but the first joint. I was never clearly diagnosed. My question is, has anyone had issues this far down the road with bone spurs or anything related? ... (1 replies)
... cedure. I do know I have two long titatium screws holding my heel in alignment, I also had my foot broke in three places the one on top was to put in a cadaver bone to a!ign and lenghthen my foot. ... (16 replies)
Pain in my feet
Aug 1, 2014
... ent to a local orthopedic doctor yesterday he said my scar tissue may be causing a false read or it may be torn badly. I have had two surgeries already, one for bone in infection and the other for Plantar Factitious and nerve damage. ... (1 replies)
... I haven't seen any posts from you lately and I wondered if you were doing well. Last I heard you were recovering from a pin infection and finishing up some frame adjustments. ... (10 replies)
... project person to the extreme! On November 6, 2011, I learned that a heel bone is called a calcaneus! I was painting my 17' entry when my ladder slipped out on my hardwood floors. ... (18 replies)
... Three years ago I had a modified kinder and subtaler implant. The implant did begin to back out after two months so the doctor removed it. I continued to have mild pain along the ptt. After 6 months, the pain got a lot worse and the podiatrist gave me a custom arizona style brace. The brace helped for a few months until my foot pancaked and the ankle started to collapse... (8 replies)
... ng to help it, the ulcer got infected and the doctor still didn't do anything... oh wait he prescribed me two medicines that was later I looked up for a bacteria infection which if he actually took the time to look at it it wasn't that at all... ... (24 replies)
... My GP wanted to boost the anti biotics with steroids, I said no until I see the surgeon. I don't want a mess with the bone healing. Pain level is ok. No pain meds, just some tylenol occasionally. ... (325 replies)
... ally does feel strange at first but after that you'll be raring to go. Be gentle with yourself and let your foot do the talking. I too, had incision problems. No infection but a haematoma that went necrotic down to the bone. I had dressings of gold, honey and a few others I can't remember. ... (149 replies)
... t. The surgeon told me that I could remove the hugh bandage and put a much smaller one on. He put me in the hughe bandage and gave me antibiotics to prevent an infection from getting in the bone. The screw removal was 10 days ago and now, I am walking in my shoes with no discomfort. The stitches will be taken out next week. ... (9 replies)
... And obviously shoes are out of the question on my right foot right now. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 37. I had my 3rd cheilectomy (on both big toes) on 4/11/09. The previous 2 occasions it appears I did not start my mobilisation exercises quickly enough. Apparently the surgeon thinks that my body repairs itself very (very quickly) - which in a way is a good thing - hence the previous operations were not particulary successful (although my toe joint pain has reduced and I... (45 replies)

Associated Tags: achilles lengthening, ankle, ankle problem, ankle surgery, big toe, bunionectomy post-op, calcaneal osteotomy, calcaneus, calcaneus fracture, high heels, infection, joint fusion, lapidus, osteoarthiritis, osteotomy, pain after ankle surgery, shattered heel, subtalar joint, subtalar joint fracture, surgery, tendon transfer

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