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... If you had a talonavicular fusion, that could very well cause the swelling "nodule" in the arch area. Talonavicular fusion is where the surgeon fuses your talus and navicular bones together. ... (75 replies)
... I learned a lot of exercises at hospital and will be doing more with my in home PT man starting this week, wish me luck as I do each of you! ... (52 replies)
... I never had a cast. I had an external fixator. It's like this metal type cage that held the bones in place. That fixator was screwed into my bones and removed at about week 4. Then my foot remained wrapped in bandages for another two weeks or so. ... (3 replies)

... Yeah, it's possible. There are so many tiny bones in the foot and they'd all be a little weaker from your surgery. ... (65 replies)
... you have the trauma from the surgery itself going on, and then all the bones, muscles, tendons, etc have been shifted and are being made to move in a different way than what they have been used to for so long when everything was out of alignment. ... (12 replies)
... years ago playing basketball in jr high. ... (3 replies)
... Enjoy your last weekend of weight bearing for awhile. :) Do something nice for yourself and try to relax. Just think, by next week at this time it will all be over and you'll be on your way to recovery. There will be an adjustment time until you get a routine down and figure out what works and what doesn't, but you'll be OK. The most important thing is plenty of rest so... (52 replies)
... I am having Evans Calcaneal Osteotomy, FDL tendon transfer, Achilles muscle lengthened, nerve release in the muscle near my tibial tendon, I may have to also have some bone on the top of my foot cut out to help my heel and foot align right. ... (52 replies)
... metoo, thanks for your words. Exactly, we have a lot of common syptom. MRI show nothing wrong in tendon, and the knee is getting inward. When doing flexing knee, I also can hear some sound like rice crispes. ... (16 replies)
... Hey MacyKay!! I had an orthopedic doctor/surgeon do all my surgeries. If it's dealing with the actual bones in your foot, I suggest seeing an Orthopedic doctor/surgeon who specializes in foot/ankle issues. What did you have done to your foot, if you don't mind me asking??? Hope I helped. Again, this is my opinion, not actual fact, but just my own personal... (6 replies)
... getting back to normal. Nearly every day now I do things without thinking too much about it, but I still get sore fairly quickly and am still regaining strength in my legs. It's amazing how quickly the body can lose muscle tone and strength when not active. ... (6 replies)
... rays showed that my bones had healed. I was told I could start walking with m boot on. I start PT in earnest this week. I have lost so much strength in my legs that makes walking even harder. The discomfort I am not having in my foot is worse than any I have suffered thus far... ... (6 replies)
... If you haven't seen a podiatrist or an orthopedist specializing in foot and ankle it might be worth a try. When I hurt my ankle the urgent care doctor had no idea how bad it was. ... (4 replies)
... which has worked wonders. The pills are for pain and inflammation. I have not had any pain in my foot since I started taking them. I can do more at physical therapy and the therapist can work with my foot more because I don't have the pain. ... (26 replies)
... muscles that haven't been used in awhile, but I'm starting to get scared that something has gone wrong. Has anyone else experienced this? ... (26 replies)
... I feel your dilemma! I had flat foot pain as a kid too. ... (5 replies)
... So that's why I'm not understanding what was done. In my sister's case, and in some neuroma issues that don't heal correctly, they go in and wrap the painful part of the nerve with a teflon type material to protect it. ... (12 replies)
... years a go with a grade 3 and over the years many more. Back in November I did it good again and this is where my current story starts. Was in a boot most of December and January 6weeks or so. When I got out of boot the doctor I had been seeing referred me to his partner that specialized in ankles. ... (2 replies)
... caught my right foot under the accelerator pedal wrenching it backwards. ... (22 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)

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