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... I saw my podiatrist today. We have another two months before we give up on the shockwave treatment working. I'll just cross my fingers that it does work but I won't hold my breath. He thought ART was a good idea. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks Titchou, I will look into it. I have to balance one thing first. It will be one year since my last foot operation in May. I can wait another few months if necessary. I'm having knee problems also and I'm having surgery the end of May. ... (21 replies)
... But NE Baptist is an excellent hospital. My knee surgeon is from there. He will be operating on me for the first time in May for Tibial tubercle osteotomy. ... (21 replies)

... I was in the boot 6 weeks and I think that is pretty typical. ... (18 replies)
... Hooray PesCav! Keep up the good work! ... (4 replies)
... Just had my 2nd postop visit with Dr., last evening. My xray results were excellent! So I'm now out of the cast and in the Frankenstein boot for at least another 4 weeks. My foot is swollen and unattractive with tons of flesh crumbs but scarring is not so bad. ... (3 replies)
... Hi KB! I totally sympathize with you on scar nerve pain. ... (28 replies)
... I figured I would post this here, in addition to the knee section, because some of you here know about neuromas. ... (3 replies)
... There are different styles. The kind I had previously required letting air out or putting it in with every position change. It was a cheap one that wasn't designed for long term use. It had no support and I wound up with foot pain. ... (9 replies)
... On March 30th I slipped off a step onto wet concrete and hurt my left ankle. Trip to ER to be told no break so was treated as a sprain ankle. ... (1 replies)
... ition called osseous equinus where due to the bony block I was no longer able to dorsiflex my foot at all, and I either had to walk of my toes or hyper extend my knee to walk as my ankle just wouldn't bend. ... (2 replies)
... with a crutch, and began driving. I am in PT 3 days per week, and while I am making strides, I am getting frustrated that I still have such limited dorsiflexion in my foot. My foot seems to be "stuck" at a neutral 90 degrees, when a normal foot should have a 20 degree dorsiflexion. ... (0 replies)
... been struggling with PTTD and reoccuring ankle sprains for 3 years now. I spent the first 2 years seeing a doctor who was mean and completely lacked an interest in my recovery. I fiddled around with braces, heel lifts, orthotics, PT, you name it, for the first two years and proceeded to get worse and be in more pain. ... (3 replies)
... Interesting you're in San Diego. There was something that my ortho at Cleveland Clinic was working on with a dr. ... (27 replies)
... The stiffness in the joint took a while but I don't know how much of that was being immobilized in the cast and boot for 16 weeks. ... (11 replies)
... The first cast thing got pretty loose for me quickly. In the hospital my toes were visible and a few days later the swelling was down enough my foot disappeared. ... (21 replies)
... are not good at repairing themselves and scar tissue only seems to get you so far. For me that was 4. ... (10 replies)
... It's always best to call. Since it's impossible to see inside a cast and the nerves are crazy it's better to let them tell you it is ok than to assume. I had knee surgery when I was in high school and for days had the feeling that it was bleeding heavily. I'd poke around in the dressing and find no blood. ... (13 replies)
... helps me too. I get pretty bored. I haven't lived here long and don't really have friends locally. My mom lives next door and my sister has brought my nieces up every few weeks but between bedrest and that it's not been my most social time. ... (65 replies)
... Really glad I found ya'll. My doctors haven't explained things as well as ya'll have in the little reading I've done so far. ... (3 replies)

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