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... Snook procedure, along with arthroscopy and debridment of my ankle joint, plus drilling of an osteochondral lesion on Weds. Jan. 11th. ... (21 replies)
... I went back to work at six weeks, an office job, but elevated while sitting at my desk. Pain was tolerable for me, took the pills for about the first week. I had been doing great until this summer when I may have done something freaky to it, but I don't see my Dr. until next week. ... (21 replies)
... I am 5 days post op from my ankle resconstruction. I had mine done June 17th. My reconstruction was a Semitendonosus graft lateral ankle stabilization. So I had a tendon taken from my shine and that was used to reconstruct the lateral ligaments. Holes drilled in my fibula, talus and calcaneus... ... (29 replies)

... t your injury and subsequent delay of treatment! So frustrating!! JANEWHITE did a great job of explaining your MRI so I won't repeat that. As far as the recovery for this type of surgery.... ... (7 replies)
... I read a lot of other postings on ankle stabilization surgery and it was very helpful. I however don't know the name of my procedure. I have suffered for many years with ankle problems. ... (3 replies)
... weeks, then a hard cast, then a boot called a CAM walker. The splint is designed to immobilize the foot while allowing the incision to heal, and allowing a little room for swelling. ... (2 replies)
... weeks then moved to walking with my boot as tolerated. PT was about 6 weeks I believe then after a few months I was good to go and had no problems. I was outpatient and went home the same night. ... (21 replies)
... From your initial post, it sounds like you were at high risk for an ankle sprain to begin with. Having one sprain increases your risk for another one. So you've got two factors against you there, even if you were to heal up from this sprain eventually. ... (21 replies)
... the muscles in the ankle must be strong to support the ligaments. ... (21 replies)
... I had an unstable ankle for 10 years before I finally went ahead with the surgery. ... (21 replies)
My Story
Nov 8, 2013
... nt...everyone is entitled to second opinions and should use them...sometimes we realize our bodies heal slow and time and persistence in finding the right person for the job is crucial... ... (10 replies)
... and ankle stabilization. I had mine Dec. 3. I am still in a cast. ... (10 replies)
... fiberglass cast that is cut on both sides and held together by heavy ACE wraps and heavily padded inside. They are comfortable. Its job is to immobilize your ankle while allowing for swelling so you don't become uncomfortable. ... (15 replies)
... trying to decide if I could or should get this surgery over a break from school. Well, I decided to go for it over the winter break. I'm off school for 5 weeks and will still be in the boot when I go back to school, but at least it'll all be done. ... (3 replies)
... I would call the doctor and talk to him. Secondly, mine did that and what helped was to make sure I was taking the pain pills at night when I slept. I did that for about the first week after my brostrom procedure. I then switched to Tylenol PM. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone. I've been in a boot for 3 weeks and the dr and PT want me to start getting into sneakers this week! ... (6 replies)
... I had a calcaneal osteotomy, PTTD, FDL, achilles tendon release, ankle stabilization and a torn peroneal tendon repaired. I've got 2 screws in my heel. ... (4 replies)
... What are the proposing to do exactly? (9 replies)
... Hi. I'm 29 year old female that was recently told by my OS that the only option to reduce lateral foot pain and improve stability in my right ankle is through reconstructive surgery. ... (9 replies)
What do I do?
Jul 25, 2007
... Just keep it iced and elevated and mention to the Dr when you see him that it got bumped a few times. I don't think that it is a real cause for concern though, you bump your toes or the cast and it is gonna hurt... you just had some major surgery there and things are aggrivated... nerves are healing... ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle fracture, ankle injury, ankle instability, ankle surgery, brostrom, lateral ligament repair, ligament repair, very nervous about ankle surgery!

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