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... I want to be clear, this is about 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... ... (31 replies)
... Do you think you could give us more details. You said you'd rather not do your second foot. Talk about that. (31 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... ... (31 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)
... 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)
... 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)
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... partial nerve damage in your anterior tibialis? ... (4 replies)
... snook procedure done on both ankles, after failing bromstrom Gould procedure bilaterally. My left ankle is 11 months post opp and is stable, pain free, and has no swelling. My right ankle is 10 weeks post opp and so far everything looks good. ... (7 replies)
... Hello everyone. I too am new. I have a lot of experience with foot surgeries. ... (0 replies)
... Why do the bones in my foot hurt so much when I try to walk after my broken ankle? ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for your concern, i just got the mri results back and they said i would not have to go in for surgery for 2 screws in my foot, as long as i keep off of it, but they were considering it. Have a merry Christmas!!! ... (2 replies)
... ve very supportive freinds and family but they find it hard to understand why this is taking so long and the amount of pain I am still having. I was very lucky, my doctor and surgen were shocked that I fell that far and did not injure anything in my knee or hip, or break any other bones in my foot or anywhere else. ... (165 replies)
... I googled to see what others have gone through with foot injuries. I'm recovering from bone fusion surgery in my rt foot and I just started the stage of walking with the boot without the crutches. ... (9 replies)
... and my body weight all went of the pressure of my foot which was purpendicular to the floor. ... (2 replies)
... If I had torn ligaments in my foot how would I know please someone help me out I sprained my ankle 8-9 days ago the pain isn't bad anymore except when I put pressure on my foot I took a X-ray and there's no fractured bones and the swelling has gone down but when I put pressure on my ankle there's a sharp pain right on the outside of my ankle where that bony bone is on my foot... (0 replies)
... I just went thru heel bone surgery and recovery. I know what you are going thru. I hope my thoughts will help you into walking again. ... (9 replies)
... I had been putting a little weight on my foot, as it began to feel better, but only with the crutches. I was surprised when the doctor told me to stop using them and the boot immediately. ... (9 replies)
... I'm back again after a long time just living with things. To make a long story short, broke my little toe, over and over again. ... (8 replies)


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