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... I flattened my Calcaneus and fractured it in three places. I believe the fracture just nudged into the talus a little as well. I had fracture blisters which delayed surgery somewhat, but i was able to get the work done 6 weeks ago yesterday, on January 30th. ... (0 replies)
... I am hoping this is nothing more then me aggravating tendon and ligaments on that medial side. I know that MRI prior to surgery did show ostechondral injury to talus without discrete break. Surgeon was not worried about it and it should have healed being NWB for 6 weeks and PWB for 4 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... I sprained my left ankle september 6. Heard a snap etc. Had crutches and a boot at home already from previous injuries. I decided to have it xrayed on sept. 10. At a walkin orthopedic clinic. They didnt even take a hx .just if it was broken. I still couldnt walk and went to my os who dx a previous break (talus mostly rehabilitated with water) and he decided to do an mri.... (6 replies)

... Thanks Mark. I believe my OS only has me NWB for two weeks in part do to a new thinking that this reduces and helps break down the initial scar tissue. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you. I just got back from pain management and they are going to be doing another nerve block. He wants to get the CRPS totally under control however, it has officially hit my knee :( I start another medication on top of the gabapentin and the lidoderm patch. The last nerve block worked wonders with the pain until I tweaked my ankle and it triggered it again. The... (4 replies)
... By the way, I just turned 38, which appears to be quite around the age where a lot people sustain this type of injury. Funny how our bodies start to break down around this mark huh? ... (7 replies)
... It's been 12 years since my auto accident. While I have fractured other bones without any difficulty after recovery, the talus must be a "bird of a different feather." They don't heal without residual negative effects. ... (8 replies)
... Surgery went well, and obviously as with any surgery there is some pain afterward. I would suggest to anyone that has this done that you get the pain meds filled immediately after leaving the hospital/surgery center and start them when you get home. I made the mistake of having my husband take me home and then he went to pick up the kids and get the scrips filled and by the... (13 replies)
... years, at which point the fibrocartilage starts to break down again. Rinse and repeat. ... (15 replies)
... I finally found an ankle specialist that know my issue immediately and we proceeded with surgery to correct the misalignment by doing an osteotomy. That is a break in the tibia to then move it into alignment. That is when the Dr found the OCD. I could not have the osteotomy then because the hole was too large. ... (20 replies)
... ter a few years. I asked a friend of mine, who is a physical therapist for our olympic team in Denmark. He spoke to their surgeon and specialist about how long a break from high impact sports is recommended for the best longterm effect. ... (15 replies)
... ter a few years. I asked a friend of mine, who is a physical therapist for our olympic team in Denmark. He spoke to their surgeon and specialist about how long a break from high impact sports is recommended for the best longterm effect. ... (15 replies)
... Seriously, after 4 surgeries to correct my lesion - get articular cartillage paste grafting. You guys are talking about running and returning to sports....I hate to break it to you but I was talking about all that stuff before my first surgery and soon realized that OATS is not a procedure for people who want to return to full time althetics. I dance professionally and my... (27 replies)
... yrs ago that there was an issue. My Dr was concerned the corner of the talus bone would break off, I wanted to do something before that happened. However, I didn't know that I would be 8 weeks of NWB! ... (27 replies)
... tibia after being pushed down some stairs by a kid at a waterslide. She was successfully treated for the break but pain continued. ... (18 replies)
... If you think you have a blood clot, I think I would go to the hospital soon. After they found a clot in my leg, I had to keep it elevated until I was able to walk on it. I got a clot in the leg that I broke, not the same side that I broke the calc on. You would think that would bring it back to the heart. I dunno. I have a genetic disease which makes me prone to... (9 replies)
... had pain in my foot but continued to walk on it and then an hour later drove home, applying repeated pressure to the break... By doing this I impacted the broken talus into the bone in front of it which will cause me limited mobility once it is healed. I ended up in surgery 2 days later. ... (9 replies)
... The kicker is that he would have to break the fibula just to access the lesion to operate on this. ... (8 replies)
... was put in too far and went into a joint past the break and needed to be removed and admitted her right away. She had surgery yesterday and they removed the screw and cleaned out the infection. ... (16 replies)
... What leads to AVN is the disruption of blood flow to the talus from the break. ... (16 replies)


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