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... obably about as worse as it goes, but only one foot. Broke leg on other side. Most people start weight bearing at 12 weeks, with some doing partial at 9. With both sides broke, you don't have a good foot to lean on. ... (3 replies)
... Almost two years ago, I wrote to Health Boards concerning my indecision about having PTTD surgery on my right foot. ... (2 replies)
... I'm an older female and was also diagnosed with posterior tibial tendonitis in both ankles by a certified foot and ankle orthopedist. The left one in July, 2016 and the right one in September, 2016. I too have always been able to do the single heel raise in either foot, but they were both extremely painful. ... (7 replies)

... I had mostly heel pain in the transition to weight bearing. Wearing padded socks helped quite a bit. ... (29 replies)
... I need to have surgery on both because both PT tendons are ruptured. ... (29 replies)
... Jess.... if you need flat foot surgery, it is impossible to have both feet done at the same time..... ... (4 replies)
... I have very flat feet. I've been seeing an orthopedist for the past couple months. I originally went to him after I could no longer handle the pain in my left ankle. ... (4 replies)
... I am in week 17 post subtalar fusion and I'm not doing great. ... (4 replies)
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... I had PTTD Surgery on my right foot in August of 2015. I found the knee scooter to be a life saver. Don't know what I would have done without it. ... (2 replies)
... I had feet that were so flat that one foot rolled inside and I had pronation as well. All of this has been corrected with strengthening exercises. ... (4 replies)
... The Lyrica isn't too terrible, it does knock out most of the pain, but the weight gain it's causing is putting more strain on both feet and ankles. ... (8 replies)
... to foot specialist. problem is ankle! left foot looks ok, right foot looks like a football is under the skin. long story short, if the surgeons doesn't think surgery will help at this time, just casts, then walking "boots", then rehab, etc..... ... (20 replies)
... Hi bflgs, My son's Dr suggested surgery on both feet for him (not now, in 2-3 yrs) and suggested they NOT be done at the same time, that the recovery would be harder on my son. He suggested doing them about 8 months apart, 3-4 at the least. From my own perspective, I don't have the foot problems my son has but I did have two back-to-back surgeries this year myself, not at... (8 replies)
... If anyone could give me any advice on how to handle the challenges of being off both feet for such a long time, I would love to hear! Is a wheelechair helpful at first? ... (8 replies)
... may 29th had surgery for bunions done on both feet...was up and walking on sides of my feet 11 days after surgery...casts on both feet and pins...pins to be removed on July 7th....my question is how much pain will I be in after pins are removed and will it be comfortable to walk normal? ... (5 replies)
... My feet are so sore. Both on the 4th and 5th metatarsal on both feet. I had reconstructive surgery on my left foot in 1998 and since then that's been my good foot. ... (2 replies)
... but I have had PTTD reconstructions on both feet in the past 2 years...I feel like it has given me my life back. ... (11 replies)
... Hi. I'm 32 and have had severe pain in both feet BETWEEN 3rd and 4th toes mainly when I'm walking, hiking, dancing and being active. Finding shoes that don't cause me immediate pain is literally impossible. ... (5 replies)
... Hello all. I'm 25 and gearing up for surgery to both feet in a couple days and hoping to hear some success stories to calm me down lol. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: calcaneal osteotomy, calcaneus fracture heel, posterior tibal tendon surgery, subtalar fusion

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