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... going problems. ART is not necessarily pleasant but it doesn't last long. My sessions were maybe 15 min at most but they can make that scar tissue break up. Good luck, hope it works well for you. ... (1 replies)
... make sure your surgeon is BOARD certified and does mostly foot surgery. ... (1 replies)
... I'm going in for a Tibial Tubercle Oesteotomy on Wednesday. Pretty much what I have been explained is the tendon in my knee is not lined up as it should be. It is slanted. He has to cut my tendon, put it where it should be, and then screwing it into place. Does cutting the tendon cause scar tissue? ... (3 replies)

... ul I had another thought for you. When I was going through the worst of the nerve pain and was feeling like you described as someone having poured gasoline in my foot then lighting it on fire, my pain management doctor ordered me a topical pain and inflammation lotion from a local compounding pharmacy. ... (6 replies)
... rt it. It was constant pain that didnt increase with weight bearing or decrease with rest. I told my PT about it and he examined my ankle and thinks it's a build up of scar tissue that's almost cyst like. He is now going to be massaging that area to help break it up. This is fairly painful. When I left Thurs I was sore. ... (3 replies)
... The feeling of crushed glass or sharp rocks sounds like it could possibly be Plantar Fascitis. Has your doctor or PT said anything about that? (9 replies)
... I went back to work at 3 weeks after surgery, wearing the boot on one foot and one of my Alegria clogs on the other. ... (9 replies)
The Fearful Foot
Oct 8, 2013
... Welcome to our board. Sounds like you have done really well with this surgery so far, great to hear. Your foot will look good once its fully healed. It takes a long time for all the yucky crap to wear off and for the natural look to return, but it will come back. ... (4 replies)
... mainly because I can flex my foot in every way with no pain at all. It just feels I could not even do it a pinch of the way that I am doing now before the surgery with my torn tendon. ... (42 replies)
... walking" I am doing, my swelling is getting alot better. The top of my foot and my toes aren't as puffy... My PT therapist says that this is from breaking up the scar tissue and movement makes your foot less stiff. With all of this relief, sleeping has become much better. ... (12 replies)
... How do you know if what's causing you pain is scar tissue? ... (7 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)
... Rub really hard, and it might not feel good. My PT used a hard plastic jack on my scar tissue on the bottom of my foot. I used a golf ball once in awhile, and roll my foot over it. ... (7 replies)
... Doc did you use, also has anyone had luck with breaking up scar tissue to eliviate pain? ... (5 replies)
... in my high tops with no more crutches. I have a small limp, but trying to take steps properly and tolerate the minor aching in my high ankle. Yesterday I cleaned up the SUV and got it ready for our east coast trip. ... (78 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)
... But the scar tissue that develops after the nerves are cut from surgery doesn't want to go away. ... (21 replies)
... ultrasound, e stim, whirlpool, foot massage, traction, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds like you have a great PT, breaking up the scar tissue and desensitizing the foot is the place to start. ... (23 replies)
... ankle before doing much work on the foot. I learned a lot of exercises today, got a little bit of ultrasound, and a foot massage. ... (23 replies)

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