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... I'm new here, hoping for some advice. ... (6 replies)
... it's not too late. You can buy an inexpensive ankle brace or support at a orthopedic supply store or at most general stores in the foot care section. Read how to use it and don't make it too tight or loose. ... (7 replies)
... my ATFL and CFL ligament. I've had 4 MRIs, and after my most recent one two weeks ago, the surgeon said I DON'T need surgery. I just need PT! I've done formal PT for one week but I still have really debilitating heel pain so I don't know if PT will help. ... (7 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)
... Doctor at UCLA prescribed physical therapy and a custom brace for two months. Said for some people, pain will settle down and they are able to continue without surgery. ... (14 replies)
... I did have a lot of pain and required pain meds for the first 4 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... On July 4th, I took a fall and seriously rolled my ankle. I knew I hurt it but wore my boot and then brace and did my home exercises hoping it would get better. ... (2 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... eek without a problem. I had to retire as I can't even walk a short distance without feeling a dull ache in my right foot. The hospital sent me to a nursing home for therapy and they told me my foot was osteoarthritis and prescribe an orthodic for foot drop. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the quick response, mammalu! ... (3 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)
... 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)

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

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