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Brostrom Procedure
May 25, 2017
... i was taken out of the splint by the time i got my stitches out and we used the boot and i was allowed to walk around the house which i did surprisingly. ... (4 replies)
... Hi billie104, I am about 12 weeks out from surgery and walking without a boot (wearing a compression sock and lace up brace) and driving (finally! but I just started that on 3/27) it has been a long road and I am still nowhere near where I would like to be. I have PT 2X a week and will continue to go until summertime and probably then keep going too. I am walking but not... (8 replies)
... Thank you for you reply. ... (8 replies)

... peroneal repair and scope. I was casted 10 weeks, 6 on bedrest and 4 with a walking cast. Then a boot for 6 weeks, then a brace for 3 months. I was in PT from 10 weeks to 6. ... (4 replies)
... I had a brostrom 3 years ago and lateral ligament reconstruction with cadaver and peroneal tendon repair just last year. Both surgeries had similar recovery time. ... (4 replies)
... I am in the process of trying to decide if I should schedule a surgery to fix my subluxing peroneal tendon with minor tears. ... (6 replies)
... injection into the tendon sheath, permanent walking boot type brace, or debridement. ... (1 replies)
... I had a subchondroplasty for an OCD on my talus, ATFL repair and Peroneal tendon repair on January 20th. ... (2 replies)
... I had a peroneal repair and OCD microfracture done at the same time. ... (4 replies)
... and I finished physical therapy and been stretching and exercising at home. I was NWB for 4 weeks. Then a walking boot for 4 weeks. I wore a compression sleeve up until last week and I feel it helped a lot with keeping the swelling down. Do you have full range of motion yet? ... (6 replies)
... The process really varies from doctor to doctor. I was casted and on bedrest for 6 weeks and then in a walking cast 4 weeks. After that I got a boot and gradually transitioned to walking without crutches. ... (6 replies)
... use the bathroom. The pain was sharp at times and achy. I also felt a lot of "burning" or "pins and needles" sensation and I was told thats my nerves waking up. For me my pain required prescription pain meds through the 4th week. I was able to significantly wean it down during those for weeks. ... (6 replies)
... I had had surgery almost 6 weeks ago for my peroneal tendon problems. ... (6 replies)
... with a torn Brevis and a few other things, I could start walking partially after 6 weeks. By week 8 I could walk with my boot a few hours a day, but needed rest at end of day. ... (20 replies)
... I am surprised they would have you in a cast for 6 weeks then another 6 weeks in a boot. I was in a cast 8 days and then a boot until now. My surgeon said this was to prevent scar tissue and loss of range of motion. ... (20 replies)
... I had surgery in early March, and was non weight bearing for 6 weeks. ... (20 replies)
... I had surgery almost 7 weeks ago weeks ago for peroneal tendon subluxation, I cannot put full weight on my ankle and walk with crutches partial weight bearing in a walking boot. ... (20 replies)
... i had my surgery and life revolved around it and getting better with months of pt so its hard for me to relate. ... (6 replies)
... s grown time and a half in a year, and is currently wrapped around a ligament, causing significant discomfort. My podiatrist initially suspected an accompanying peroneal tendon tear, but the mri appeared to show only massive swelling and stretching of the reticulum. ... (0 replies)
... I can tell you my experience. I had torn peroneal tendons and torn ligaments. My ankle was very weak and the tendons would roll and snap up on the ankle bone. I went to an orthopeadic surgeon. ... (6 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle, ankle injury, atfl, brostrom, brostrom procedure, cyst, ganglion, injury, ocd, osteochondritis dissecans, perineal reconstruction, peroneal tendon, peroneal tendon sublation, talus

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