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... how frustrating. Anyway you asked about PT. While I have not had a broken ankle, I have had and am having my share of ankle PT. Do not expect to immediately be able to put full weight on it after you Dr. appt if he says all is good. ... (5 replies)
... i used the boot just around the house at just under a month but i was told the first phase of healing was to let the repairs sit in neutral position for most of the time. ... (2 replies)
... i used the boot just around the house at just under a month but i was told the first phase of healing was to let the repairs sit in neutral position for most of the time. ... (2 replies)

... I hope your ankle keeps getting better! And yes, I get approached with my boot and crutches... all the time...! Everyone's so curious. ... (7 replies)
... member with this surgery is that it an extensive rebuild of a very important weight bearing bone. Although at this point it may seem like it has been a very long time it is actually just a short while into the recovery that is a very long process. ... (24 replies)
Ankle fusion
Jun 12, 2010
... I broke both ankles and my back in 02. Had my back fused which went very well. My left ankle wasn't broken very bad and it healed up very quick. My right ankle is another story. I broke and dislocated the talus. The OS screwed it all back together with 5 screws. He told me that I wouldn't walk on it again. ... (2 replies)
... ry to repair fibula and a plate with screws is holding it together. The bone has healed and he has been through a month of physical therapy and the inside of his ankle where he tore the tendons is still painful. He has returned to work and is curious as to what kind of pain is normal. ... (1 replies)
... ive been dealing with a double compound fracture of the tib/fib for almost 2yrs and 5 surgeries :angel:my last surgery the took bone from my pelvis for a bone graph. so this time im no weight bearing:dizzy: but before i could never walk right it always hurt i had a limp i would use crutches most of the time i just want to heal i have 3 young kids :jester:that are very active... (9 replies)
... go back to the doc and get a smaller one. The heal should be totally immobile, yet your entire foot and ankle should be comfortable. ... (3 replies)
... ally. The pain is quite severe, though. It is mostly my foot and ankle, but I sometimes feel pain all the way up to my knee. I know that four months is a long time to not use a limb and he said that all of my bones were weakening, but I just don't want to do more damage by trying to walk with no help when it hurts so much. ... (9 replies)
... To complicate things I actually sprained both ankles at the same time. The bottom step broke on our stairs and I went down on the right ankle first, twisted that really bad, then landed on and twisted the left one. ... (5 replies)
... Hello to all. I am new to this site but wanted to say to Barbara I fell in my parking lot on snow and broke my fibular bone in 3 places and my ankle and tore 2 ligaments as well. ... (10 replies)
... I am a 20 year old female with an annoying ankle issue. Almost 4 years ago I sprained my right ankle for the first time playing soccer. About 5 months later I sprained it again. Then about 3 months after that I sprained it for a third time. Talk about clumsy! ... (2 replies)
... Yeah... my doc gave me the go-ahead for walking (going from NWB to FWB). So as I was standing at the counter checking out, I decided to put my full weight on it, and it's a really good thing I had my hands on my crutches because it hurt really bad! So absolutely, you need to go through the PWB stage. For some people it lasts a few weeks. I ended up slowly increasing the... (5 replies)
... I broke my ankle in two places, and tore tendons on my vacation five weeks ago. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with Black Bear. Ideally you should see a foot/ankle certified orthopedist (not a podiatrist or a general orthopedist) because they specialize in that area and it's so complex that specialization is a very good thing. Usually a fibular fracture isn't a big deal and heals well but tibia fractures are a little trickier because the bone is bigger and the blood supply... (7 replies)
... aling with injury or pain. don't listen to people that say if they poke you this way or you can walk that way that something isn't broken, etc. you could delay healing and do further damage. ... (2 replies)
... a friend of mine did that 2 years ago and really had a hard time for a while even after the cast came off. Sometimes there are soft tissue injuries with that fracture that will show up on MRI but not xray. ... (4 replies)
... ve found a u tube video of easy exercises to do on a bed with a broken ankle. ... (18 replies)
Ankle Halo
Oct 12, 2014
... Hell, I hope you are getting better with each day. I am wrapping up my second pin site infection. I noticed it because each time the skin around the site became red, inflamed and very sore when I touched it. Thankfully I have had a great response to the antibiotics. ... (79 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle fracture, ankle injury, ankle ligaments, ankle movement, ankle pain, ankle sprain, ankle surgery, broken ankle, fibula, tibia

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