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... I have two fused bones in my left foot, and one fused bone in my right foot. This can make my feet very painful at times. My doctor would like to do sugery some time and put cartilage taken from a dead person and some how put between the bones. ... (2 replies)
... where I broke most of the bones in both my feet, crushed my right ankle and snapped all the tendons in my right ankle. Doctor said would never walk again unless I had my ankle fused and used a walking aid. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, my surgeon has suggested having the bones of my foot fused because of arthritis and a bunion removed. I just want the bunion removed. Has any one had the bones in their feet fused and would you recommend it? ... (3 replies)

... I would be very careful regarding cortisone. It can be very effective for reducing inflammation and is safe when it's in the joint space. But you have to be extremely careful around tendons as it can cause rupture. ... (13 replies)
... It's possible but honestly unlikely. With the force of the talus being driven in the calcaneus you are guaranteed to experience a significant amount of cartilage damage. You are very likely to develop arthritis in the subtalar joint. ... (11 replies)
... He made me start walking within 3 weeks! Well, I was in pain for an entire year, walking incorrectly due to the pain, causing other issues with my back, etc. This surgeon told me at every appt. ... (20 replies)
... Your recovery may depend, in part, on how many and what types of procedures you are having done. ... (4 replies)
... similar to what your doctor wants to do minus the gastrocnemius resection and navicular fusion. I definitely recommend surgery because, personally, painful flat feet only get worse with time and activity, and you are so young, you would heal faster than an older person, especially if you've tried everything else. ... (5 replies)
... onding last night and I got carried away with too much info. All I can tell you is you need to get a second opinion from a doctor that has very high credentials in foot and ankle surgery. ... (5 replies)
... After my ten day post op, i rolled my foot in a weird way in my boot and something in my foot popped and vibrated up my leg, and really hurt for a couple days. ... (3 replies)
... rays and said the bones were totally fused like cement, so there was no concern about them shifting out of place once the screws were removed. ... (8 replies)
Bad great toe :(
Apr 24, 2012
... Unfortunately, if your toe has been fused, it's not going to bend much. That's what bone fusion means, two bones have been stuck together with no more joint in between them. However, the pain should have improved after the fusion, not continued to grow. ... (1 replies)
What's wrong??
Mar 25, 2012
... ankle. Work on feet all day by midday could barely walk. Only thing podiatrist came up with was tendonitis in posterior tibial tendon. I have congential flat feet and I think it overpronation. Anyways saw him for over 6 months til money ran out and in the end could at least make it through day at work. ... (0 replies)
Subtalar Fusion
Jan 21, 2012
... Hello there ihad a subtular fusion done june 2011 on my left foot,i have ligamentous laxity i had extra bones in my feet causing me to have flat feet. ... (5 replies)
... I went from limping along in my surgical shoe to pretty much normal walking in regular shoes over about a 2 week period. Now I'm able to even go up on my tip toes, which I couldn't have imagined doing even a month ago. ... (10 replies)
... ogressively worse and more frequent. By July of this year, I had had enough of the increasing pain, and new xrays and the very limited range of motion remaining in my right big toe indicated fusion surgery was necessary. ... (12 replies)
... It may be a little confusing because pain in either one can be described as your ankle since most of us don't even know what the difference is. ... (10 replies)
... I was having trouble with my foot for almost 2 yrs before I finally went to the doctor about it and was referred to having the surgery. I have had flat feet all my life and suffered with sore feet a lot through the years. But at some time I had injured my tendon and that is why it got worse. ... (114 replies)
... ray, and said I needed surgery again because my previous surgery didn't take. The bones had compacted and sorta dropped. ... (12 replies)
... This sounds like what my son had. His feet are very flat but only one foot has been affected. He was walking on the side and had a huge area of fat on that side. ... (3 replies)


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