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... ocedure and recovery don't have me overly stressed but the work part does. Returning to work at 6 weeks and back to FT teaching at 8 is a MUST, so I'm trying to brace myself for how to manage it, and it's freaking me out a good deal. ... (8 replies)
... t anything more he could do for me. ... (2 replies)
... weeks post op I started physical therapy slow at first and build up slowly. At 6 weeks post op I can go most of the day without the walking boot and an air cast brace in a shoe. I am still not allowed to invert my foot and ankle as to keep from stretching out the repair. ... (2 replies)

... I'm doing everything I can to avoid surgery because I have a child with autism and it would be really difficult for my whole family if I was recovering from surgery for 3 or 4 months. Thanks very much for any advice in advance! ... (0 replies)
... Pesher, I wore a brace for a few days prior to deciding on surgery. It added support for my ankle and did help. ... (14 replies)
... Tell him this stuff. Tell him that you've tried the brace before and it failed, tell him that now is a much better time for surgery than next year, tell him you are sick of dealing with it. ... (7 replies)
... I have an unstable ankle with very loose tendons. I have had this issue for many years. ... (7 replies)
... sterior tibial tendon and have had issues with over pronation my whole life. As a result when I irritated the tendon and then continued to play high level soccer for 3.5 months I did some damage. ... (1 replies)
... pwb in boot. Then fwb in aso brace for 4 weeks. My left ankle is 9 months post opp and is completely stable with no subluxation, pain, or swelling. ... (9 replies)
... i had lots of pt for almost 3 months 3 times a week and range of motion and proprioception took me longer than that to get to where i am at now so i'm guessing its normal. ... (20 replies)
... of PT and 3 months in a walking boot before my doctor finally scheduled an MRI. Once the tendon is torn there is really no other option. My choice was a Ritchie brace for life or repair. I'm glad I did it, but I know I have a long way to go. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, I'm 9 months out from flat foot reconstruction surgery, and I've also suffered from severe plantar fasciitis in both feet for many, many years. ... (13 replies)
... all i can tell you is what i went through. i had to get surgery because i ripped all that stuff up as well as peroneal and its cover. i swole up right away and barely hobbled but i knew i was in trouble. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know if i'd recommend my waiting thing to anyone though. It had it's drawbacks for sure. But it is an option. ... (15 replies)
Awaiting Surgery
Mar 4, 2016
... I was waiting for summer as well, but waiting 88 days until surgery was torturous -- especially the last 6 weeks. In retrospect, I wish I would have taken care of myself and my foot first (instead of helping students and making it more convenient for others and not me). I was wearing a Richie brace for years, but the last 88 days before surgery, I had to switch to a CAM... (7 replies)
... My surgery could have been sooner but I had to schedule it after vacation, both so I could go on vacation and so I'd have help. ... (15 replies)
... Wow, I can't believe that. Your injury must have been really bad! I also can't believe you still had to wait so long for surgery. I think if I were falling just standing my surgeon would try to bump me up the list. ... (15 replies)
... uld feel my peroneals tearing. But even walking it was so clear things were very, very wrong in there and I fell a lot of times between that injury March 17 and surgery June 14. I fell down the stairs while carrying my laptop which flew into the air, landed on my mouth and broke my tooth. ... (15 replies)
... in 2009. I did not have surgery until 2014. ... (15 replies)
... that a ruptured ligament in the ankle is probably not going to heal. It may scar up but that scar tissue is going to tear when the ankle gives out. I did this for many years. After badly injuring myself in 2009 I was braced in a substantial brace until my surgery in 2014. ... (7 replies)

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