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... and be mobile no more shots and pain just in soft tissue to get worked out! ... (4 replies)
... after 3 months, I was even dancing in flat shoes of course, but this past spring the old pain started back again, TERROR!! ... (1 replies)
... everything feels fine, yes , when I press where my incision is it feels tight, so I am trying to massage massage massage, that is the key to breaking up the scar tissue, gotta start on that right away after cast removal. It 's not the kind of back massage you get that will put u asleep, its a hard massage.. ... (42 replies)

... was repaired with cadaver bone and tissue, 3 metal plates, and many screws. After months of healing and PT, I was able to walk again and in many ways, I was my old self. Arthritis plagued me during cold and rain, but this was to be expected considering my injuries. ... (17 replies)
4 month check-in
Oct 12, 2015
... This month has been a big transition. Most of my PT was about breaking up scar tissue which I apparently form quickly. By the time I was dismissed from PT last week to this week, my progress has been shocking. ... (1 replies)
... c the scar tissue had been blocking some ROM. My dr. ... (18 replies)
... had almost no perception of where my ankle was in space for 5 years. This is from the ligaments being torn and my Achilles being torn which really messed things up I think more than anything else in that regard. ... (6 replies)
... I couldn't put it down. It's a little slow at first, but it does pick up eventually. I'm also in the middle of "The Davinchi Code" and "The Help" I do love to read! ... (124 replies)
... you would screw that up just like you screwed up all my other surgeries, so find someone else to do it". ... (6 replies)
Bunion surgery
Jul 14, 2003
... it may take up to a year before the swelling is gone. ... (15 replies)

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