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... ing too. I am walking but not without pain, but I had a bit of a complication with excess bone cement forming a barrier in the joint but my doctor says that will break down overtime. It restricts my movement though so I am working on that as well as tendons and ligaments in PT. ... (8 replies)
... that it could be due to the fact that other foot was working so hard for months to compensate for all weight being on that foot. The pain also could be from but up scar tissue. It really is painful to break it up but needs to be done. My doctor said it wasn't a big deal but PT said it is and needs to be broken down. ... (5 replies)
... ly yet. I had the same surgery a year ago on my left ankle and I did eventually get those motions back fully not ineversion and eversion but that was expected. Scar tissue will develope after surgery try massaging the area to break up the scar tissue. ... (5 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)
... I've been to two doctors who have given conflicting reports. The dr. I plan on continuing to see, wants to do a cortisone injection to see if it will break up scar tissue. If you have had this done, please let me know if this was successful or not. How long were you pain free? ... (1 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)
... are your scar from foot sugery, if so, what type of surgery? ... (8 replies)
... no, I am seeing a chiropractor to break up scar tissue, A.R.T, but, thanks for telling me about the graston technique, I will research that..is it painful? ... (8 replies)
... Doc did you use, also has anyone had luck with breaking up scar tissue to eliviate pain? ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone had acupuncture to break up scar tissue from Morton neuroma surgery? ... (0 replies)
... Active Release Therapy. It is usually a registered massage therapist with this special training. I just finished ART on my ankle to break up scar tissue that was pinching. ... (3 replies)
... Does anyone know of a good injection that works to break up scar tissue around neuromas? ... (1 replies)
... For those who had neuroma surgery have you ever had small amount of hyaluronidase injected to break up scar tissue? ... (0 replies)
... broken up in a doctor's office with their foot numb? ... (0 replies)
... as not helped me at all. I'm considering going to the Patriot's podiatrist and was wondering what your experience was like. I hope that he was able to treat your scar tissue and your pain is gone. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks for your response. Actually my pod did tell me that what I had was scar tissue and it could take up to a year for my foot to feel completely normal. ... (9 replies)
... Has anyone had a deep tissue massage to help break up scar tissue on foot after surgery? ... (19 replies)
... to get rid of this scar tissue. ... (21 replies)
... sted about twenty minutes before my right foot started to hurt. I stopped walking before my left foot caught up. Did you have the extra surgeries to get rid of scar tissue that formed after surgery? ... (21 replies)
... Snwtyger, my podiatrist is saying the scar tissue is causing the pain. But after seeing this board, I kind of wonder if i should be taking my podiatrist word for it. ... (21 replies)


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