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... dwest, the pain right after surgery was a piece of cake for me. The pain was very well managed, and I stopped percocet completely 3 or 4 days afterward. I started again a few months later when I had to begin walking! ... (14 replies)
... I had some initial difficulty with my toe position and shortness but after wearing open toed sandals and trainers I have overcome that. ... (0 replies)
... I want to begin by telling you how sorry I am for all you're going through. Sounds like you've done everything you know possible, and not sure which way to turn. ... (4 replies)

... When the orthotics arrived, I was told to only wear them for an hour a day and then to increase my time wearing them. Having never worn orthotics before, they really hurt my feet terribly only wearing them an hour a day. ... (4 replies)
... ated to an ankle brace. My PT starts next week and that is when the real work will start. My doctor told me this will help with getting more flexible because the boot keeps you stiff, but the ankle brace will help in getting flexible with the PT. ... (10 replies)
... ing worse if I try to walk now and the pain the next day after a day trying is unbelievable mostly in the right side of my ankle joints and rear of my heal , Is surgery to correct joints damage still an option after 4 months ? ... (0 replies)
... only having it taken off to get the stitches out then a new cast back on, in 2 weeks when the cast comes off I have been told I need either a splint or a walking boot but have no idea what to expect, is it difficult walking after? ... (2 replies)
... Except for my right ankle bromstrom I was walking normally in 3 months. ... (4 replies)
... Escalating foot pain for the past five months. The past two months it felt like walking around on a mild sprain. ... (3 replies)
... I had PTTD surgery on my right foot in 2015. ... (0 replies)
... ng so you just have to decide if your pain is enough to overpower the risks. I have had so many bumps along the road that I sometimes question if ever having the surgery in the first place was worth it. After being cut open twice, I still have little relief from pain and still have an unstable ankle. ... (3 replies)
... I was put in a circular fibreglass cast right after the surgery and was allowed weight bearing as tolerated immediatly after the surgery. Stayed NWB for maybe three days, then PWB with crutches for about a week, and then FWB. ... (4 replies)
... Both surgeries I was nwb for 4 weeks and then slowly transitioned to walking in a boot without crutches by week 8. ... (4 replies)
... I did have a lot of pain and required pain meds for the first 4 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... I'm scheduled to have a brostrom procedure next month at the Mayo Clinic. I'll be honest, I'm nervous about it. I have had problems with ankle instability for at least 15 years. Ever 12 to 24 months, my ankle will go e out on my while I'm doing ordinary activities. It results in a serious fall. ... (4 replies)
... At the 8 week point, I had an appointment to see my treating doctor, which he told me that he wanted me to start transitioning out of the storm trooper boot while I'm out and about, to a good tennis shoe and to purchase some gel inserts from Walmart. ... (2 replies)
... I had ankle surgery in 2000. In my case I had fractured my ankle or as my Orthopedist said, I completely shattered the bone. Some of the bone was just fragments. ... (8 replies)
... kle surgeries with multiple things done at the same time. How long you will be in cast or NWB depends on surgeon, so you should ask surgeon what his protocol is for after surgery. For bromstrom my surgeon had me in surgical splint for 2 weeks and cast for 4 weeks, NWB. ... (5 replies)
... He has not recommended surgery at this point. He did put her in a boot though, for 4 weeks. I have never heard of a boot BEFORE the surgery, just after. ... (1 replies)
... Ok, it is the same tendon. But I've never heard of that. You must have a specific tear that causes the toe thing. Peroneal tears hurt though. When I had surgery mine had scar tissue holding them together although I'd torn them several times. The last few months before surgery were pretty painful with them. ... (75 replies)

Associated Tags: posterior tibial repair, posterior tibial tendon surgery, ptt

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