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... I would definitely take it easy with sports until your ankle is not as painful and in the meantime go and see a doctor. A foot and ankle orthopedic would probably be your best bet. ... (3 replies)
... Hello. I am hoping some can share their experience with tarsal tunnel surgery. I had surgery 4 months ago that included flat foot reconstruction surgery as well as a tarsal tunnel release at hss in nyc. ... (1 replies)
... Do you think you could give us more details. You said you'd rather not do your second foot. Talk about that. (29 replies)

... his is the best post and I'm shocked that "alumni" have not responded well. For me this is the hardest surgery I've ever had to do and although I need the other foot done, I would rather live with that pain than this one. Pins, screws, cadaver bones, a foot that looks like something out of a horror film... ... (29 replies)
... t MY case and doesn't mean it would be this bad for anyone else. My surgery went from simple to major and I had no idea that could happen. I had no idea cadaver bones would be used, I had no idea pins, wires and screws... But, what was done couldn't be undone and now I'm stuck with this horrible recovery. ... (29 replies)
... I hope the revision will help if you do it. I hope your back is doing well too :) I wonder why infection risk goes up with a revision.... (3 replies)
... Infection risk goes up with the revision according to my surgeon's experience. Scar tissue is a separate issue. One that I have had trouble with in the past. Sorry I wasn't clear. ... (3 replies)
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... Hello everyone. I too am new. I have a lot of experience with foot surgeries. ... (0 replies)
... partial nerve damage in your anterior tibialis? ... (4 replies)
... ery little pain, but I do get some tingling on the side and top of my foot. I know for my left ankle that took about 5 months to completely go away. I am still in boot and have not started formal pt yet. As my surgeon did not want anyone yanking on repair just yet. ... (7 replies)
... My stepbrother has diabetes and has had a sore on his foot for months. He woke up with a red ring around his ankle and went to see his family doctor. ... (2 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 can't believe it is almost 3 years since I had my triple arthrodesis (march 2009). It has been very worthwhile. Yes the recuperation was long, cast, boot, non-weightbearing, partial weightbearing, kneeler, walker, crutches etc. but today I am virtually pain free and can walk for long periods of time. I have 5 screws in my foot and a very slight side-to-side motion. I can... (12 replies)
... I broke my foot 3 years ago, they call it a lis franc fracture. I was non weight bearing for 6 months. After 2 surgies they put me in a walking boot for 6 weeks. Now three years later, we are talking about fusing the bones in my foot. They say it will take away the pain. ... (12 replies)
... He went in the hospital Thursday and they took what they called ribbon strips from his toe. I think that opened it up to allow the infection to leave, but it didn't. ... (2 replies)
... that is because of poor circulation. It makes the infection more difficult to treat because the antibiotics are in the blood stream through the iv, but they don't have good circulation to pump them to the feet to fight off the bacteria. ... (2 replies)
... Okay, so I got the results of a recent MRI back today. We were looking to see what was going on with my ankle, but the findings in my foot have so far been the most fascinating. In one of the bones in my foot I have a decent sized bone cyst near the end of the bone. ... (0 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)
... Jane brings up some great points. You have not walked on your foot in a while. Between atrophy, the bones heeling and the ligaments and tendons getting tight from lack of use, it will take some time for any pain to subside as you put pressure on your foot. ... (9 replies)


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