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... no need to wait unless your doctor provides a good reason for doing so. ... (5 replies)
... I was wondering how your foot is doing after seeing the Patriot's podiatrist. I have had a neuroma for 7 years and am looking for a good podiatrist in Boston as I'm considering surgery. Conservative treatment has not helped me at all. ... (21 replies)
... the ultrasound, anodyne and ART are treatments to help break down scar tissue. Regular physical therapy sometimes isn't enough. I had nerves trapped in scar tissue and had ALOT of improvement with ART. ... (21 replies)

... Breaking up scar tissue is super important. My original injury was in 1976. In 1986 I had surgery to remove spurs and had about a 1 inch scar right in the very front of my ankle. ... (7 replies)
... I have had 2 MN surgeries in the past 6 years and am still in pain,, needless to say this situation has been devastating... ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone had a deep tissue massage to help break up scar tissue on foot after surgery? ... (19 replies)
... I would recommend a second opinion with an orthopedic may end up seeing several docs to get a consensus...but trust me on this...start with the least invasive thing and work your way up. ... (21 replies)
... I was really afraid of PT because I didn't start until I was 11 weeks out and had had a lot of time to scar and had very limited ROM by that time. ... (52 replies)
... ve learned all of this through the man who is working with me. I have been blessed with a very good back, but since my hips and and the rest of my body were not in line, I guess it was also not in line and he has also loosened my shoulders. You mention that your ankle needs strengthening, and that is no surprise to me. ... (14 replies)
... My PT broke up a huge chunk of scar tissue in my joint today!!! ... (14 replies)
... make sure your surgeon is BOARD certified and does mostly foot surgery. ... (1 replies)
... If you can get yourself in the hands of a GOOD physical therapist that will help. ... (11 replies)
... I had a severe ligament strain several years ago in my right foot.My foot swelled up on top.The doctor diagnosed it as "broken" I was on crutches for about 3 months.Thankfully,my foot was not broken,but did develop scar tissue on the top area. ... (0 replies)
... this hdwe taken out but the DR said it would stay. I have a long screw from one side of my ankle to the other that he said might come out within a year after the break but if it wasn't bothering me he wanted to leave it in. I am frustrated about this too. ... (14 replies)
... Frankenfoot when I first started to fwb in the boot, I also had pain by the lateral incision. My pt was certified in graston. After he did two graston sessions to break up scar tissue, the pain completely resolved. ... (113 replies)
... so i'm now looking for other docs outside of that hospital. dr. steven sheskier wants to perform a toe manipulation on me to break up scar tissue and a possible stitch with no surgery. i was wondering if anyone else had this done. at least it's not another surgery!! ... (4 replies)
... I never think that living with the pain is an option... especially foot pain because it affects everything. I can't help you with the high arches because I have flat feet. ... (1 replies)
... I am very curious about your injection to break up scar tissue. I have a lot of scar tissue in my big toe which is making it so stiff it won't move. In fact, it throws off my gait so much my foot is still painful. I wonder if the injection you had would help my toe. ... (22 replies)
... My dr told me to take a pain pill before PT because they tend to do a lot of stretching and massaging initially...helps break up scar tissue and get ROM started. All of the things they do and have you do have the goal of breaking the scar tissue so you can heal... ... (55 replies)
... which appears to be held down with scar tissue around the nerve. ... (1 replies)

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