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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)
Bone Spurs
Mar 3, 2010
... This is total unrelated to the ankle injury today, but at just 27 is it normal to have this many bone spurs and suffering early stages of osteoarthritus? ... (11 replies)
... Paradise1, Were your bone spurs called calcaneal spurs ? ... (2 replies)

... I have heard of laproscopy surgery to remove bone spurs, but there is a non invasive solution that worked for my husband and for my step dad after years of sufferring. ... (2 replies)
... I thought I had gout and after awhile went to a doctor. Got three xrays and was told I had bone spurs on my ankle and put into a removable walking boot and given crutches, also steroids. The pain and swelling has finally left. ... (2 replies)
... I would go out and get a second opinion, it may depend on where the bone spurs are and if they are difficult to get to, but spurs in and of themselves CAN be removed. ... (1 replies)
... and ankle in several places. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 24 year old male who twisted my ankle pretty badly playing basketball March 2014. Eventually my foot healed but it never felt 'quite' right after the first year. ... (1 replies)
... I fell and tore all of my lateral ligaments and peroneal tendons many years ago and we have played "Humpty Dumpty" with my ankle. I see a very well respected ankle and foot surgeon. ... (2 replies)
... I'm a week post ligament reconstruction surgery, I had the outside ligaments tightened up, the joint cleaned out, some bone spurs removed and the spring ligament reattached on the inside. ... (4 replies)
... What kind of ankle impingement do you have, bony or soft tissue? ... (2 replies)
... Hello ankle community. ... (0 replies)
... Hello. I had my right ankle repaired via brostrom surgery in December. I had completely torn a ligament, and had another loose one, along with bone spurs and scar tissue repaired. ... (2 replies)
Ankle Halo
Feb 23, 2015
... still using crutches and my knee wheeler to get around. I can walk but only for very short distances, one room in the house to the next, then I need to relax my ankle for a while. When I work it out for PT I have to take the rest of the day off from exercising because I have little to no ROM due to swelling. ... (79 replies)
... stretched ligaments. I think she mentions bone spurs too. I kinda feel like I'm wasting a lot of time here. ... (10 replies)
... Did your previous surgeon tell you when he fuses the ankle together it puts pressure and strain on the remaining available joints in your ankle? ... (2 replies)
... following my calcaneal osteotomy and micro fracture surgery. The calcaneal osteotomy was a success but the back of my heel never got better. Then I sprained the ankle again in December. ... (2 replies)
... Post 2nd surgery to remove excessive scar tissue....surgeon found more bone spurs and cartilage damage. ... (5 replies)
... I am 43 and have 4 children under 5. I need to stay active. Since 35 I have been having ankle pain. My ankles stay relatively swollen at all times. I went to an ankle specialist in Jacksonville when I was 36. ... (3 replies)
Pain in ankle
Jun 7, 2013
... minutes and went away with no soreness afterwards. I have no swelling or redness. I do have bone spurs in both of my heels. I took 2 cortisone shots in my left heel only and the pain went away. That's was almost a year ago. Then this new pain started. ... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle, ankle arthritis, ankle fusion, brostrom, dorsiflexion, foot, infection, ligament, ocd, pain after ankle surgery, pain management, subtalar joint, surgery

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