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... Hello Thank you for your post it's helping me make a decision. Im a 36 year old female, had a motorcycle accident 6 years ago and today I have ankle athritis. My doctor says I'm a very good candidate for a distraction but I'm afraid going through all the pain and time for it not to work. As you said this can buy me time for something else to come along. Can you tell me... (12 replies)
... Hello Thank you for your post it's helping me make a decision. Im a 36 year old female, had a motorcycle accident 6 years ago and today I have ankle athritis. My doctor says I'm a very good candidate for a distraction but I'm afraid going through all the pain and time for it not to work. As you said this can buy me time for something else to come along. Can you tell me... (12 replies)
... I have a couple bone spurs on me right heel. they are small. I would like to know how fast they grow. ... (0 replies)

... Does the bone spurs grow back? ... (2 replies)
... Bone spurs take years to develop. You also won't grow an extra bone after an injury. It is possible to break off a piece of bone and have it float around. Doesn't sound like you've seen a doctor. That's what you need to do if you don't want to cause further damage. ... (5 replies)
... How much did the procedure cost? (I am assuming you went private.) My Ortho surgeon never even mentioned that my talus would wear away, merely said that there would be no further damage it was..."as bad as it would get" (12 replies)
... as it damages the bone it is set into, and therefore has a limited life span. ... (12 replies)
... that I would continue to get bunions because the bone wasn't long enough to support my height, weight and activity level. ... (14 replies)
... Just enough to make room in my ankle joint for new cartilage to grow. Plus remove some bone spurs. ... (325 replies)
... I went to SOAR but was not impressed with being handed off to the resident students, who knew less about the formation of my structural issues and their related bone spurs than I did after 2 yrs of reading, so I left after 1 appointment and never went back. ... (12 replies)
... I was told by 2 PODs that a cheilectomy was not an option for me due to the loss of cartilege. I've also been told that bunions, bone spurs, etc. can grow back......yeeks. Don't think I have enough time left to worry about that! ... (114 replies)
... i am not sure what procedure my POD is recommending although he described it in two parts. one is cleaning out the toe and the other involves 'shaving' the bone a bit to correct the range of motion issues. ... (114 replies)
... op visit last week and Dr said he doesn't push surgery and also said my condition "may" not get any worse.... but that the bone spurs would probably continue to grow. He didn't mention what stage I am at but I estimate it to be stage IV. ... (114 replies)
Talar Dome Bruise
Apr 20, 2006
... Surgery usually involves removing the loose fragments of cartilage and bone from the ankle joint and drilling small holes in the injured bone. ... (54 replies)
... plates and 15 screws in the right foot. I'm also having bone spurs removed from the inside of both feet where the bones were so shattered there was nothing that could be done but let them grow back on there own. ... (8 replies)
Foot pain
Dec 1, 2003
... stresses placed on the foot can cause the muscles attached to the heel to become irritated and pull away from the bone. This is not only painful but over time a bone spur can grow out of the calcaneous toward the pulled muscle. It is the muscle pull and not the bone spur which is painful. ... (2 replies)
... and my pod said if we did only the chilectomy the spurs would grow back bc what is causing the joint jamming is the higher level of the bone. I understand that. ... (2 replies)
... I think when they say that they have cleaned up arthritis, it means that there was extra bone growth around the joint that they shave down so the joint is normal again. ... (17 replies)
... There probably won't be anything under "callus spike" - it's not an official term. Try searching under "porokeratosis". They are nucleated calluses - not caused by spurs, or any other underlying boney problem. They can begin without casting, trauma, foreign body, almost anything. People without much of an exam will call them warts. Difference is, the lesion is NOT caused... (4 replies)


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