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... Yes it moved fast. Since it was my right ankle I was allowed to drive at 6 weeks without boot and put boot back on to walk. No boot at 8 weeks . Painful walking with limited motion. ... (4 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)
... How do you know if what's causing you pain is scar tissue? ... (7 replies)

... Bonnie...yes, the scar tissue is my bump. The swelling on my ankle went down overnight seemingly so I didn't notice it til yesterday. Maybe your doctor will be able to feel if it is forming when you go in. ... (7 replies)
... I emailed the Dr's office a pic of the ridge on my ankle. They thought it might be scar tissue and suggested massage (which I'm sure they'll do in PT when I start). Any suggestions on how I can do it myself before then? And if anyone didn't see my post on "don't want to walk" I went to only one crutch anyone out there feeling hopeless...don't give up! It can be... (7 replies)
... played soccer for 20 plus years until 3 years ago when I had my left ankle OCD microfracture only to follow it up 10 months later with OATS. ... (3 replies)
... since I had done nothing to hurt 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. ... (3 replies)
... Well two weeks ago I was walking and had this very sudden, very painful sensation in my ankle in the spot where my surgery was performed. Instead of being like the night time pops of pain this was more like popcorn popping pain. ... (2 replies)
... 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)
... Do this process start breaking up scar tissue or does that happen with PT? ... (1 replies)
... I have to wait 2 months for the floroscopy now. In the meantime, I am going to get some other opinions and try to get into the other foot and ankle ortho. This is frustrating. People just don't realize how feet problems affect everything in your life! ... (24 replies)
... Thanks for the shoe info. I'll have to look them up. Yesterday I noticed that my ankle actually felt better by the end of the day. It was like the running hurt a lot, but when the initial pain went away I was better off. I do run on flat grounds. ... (107 replies)
... Linda, thank you for your response. I start p/t next Monday. I hope it helps. since my DPM says I don't need it. It seems many folks here have p/t following this procedure. Before the surgery I was pronating, now I am supinating....did that happen to you? I want to walk straight again! Thanks again, Crunch (33 replies)
... training my gait. It's very messed up from the years before surgery. I really think PT is a real good answer for you. ... (33 replies)
... Has he been in for follow up with the surgeon lately? ... (6 replies)
... It heals by developing scar tissue and so if you don't follow the dr's orders you won't get the scarring and won't heal correctly. ... (4 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)
... learned but I also have had almost no perception of where my ankle was in space for 5 years. ... (6 replies)
... I had a defect in my talus called an OCD which stands for Osteochondral Defect. It was the result of breaking my ankle when I was a kid. ... (3 replies)
... In early 2009, the company I was working for closed my office. Six days later, I crushed my ankle skiing. The year was off to a bad start. It was a strange accident where my left ski was instantly tugged off by something I never saw. ... (0 replies)

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