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... d the specific advice of my family doctor. I am certain you will eventually need a specialist if not now. You are learning from your own experience how difficult ankle problems can be. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks - yes, butt "scootching" on the ground seems to be the only way to go. If in fact doing so will firm up my ***, that will be the silver lining inside the cloud! My left knee with the ACL injury just went out of joint again 5 minutes ago - all I did was shift my cast to a "toe in" position...jeepers. The pain it causes when that happens is hard to explain...brutal. ... (2 replies)
... Hello. The bad timing with my fall and brake to left ankle last week is that it was while moving out of one home into a three level townhome. ... (2 replies)

... That's basically how my MRI was. It showed some inflammation around the peroneal tendon, but that the joint was clean. Not so much. ... (17 replies)
... and I sprained my ankle 2 months ago. It turned out and hurt but wasnt too bad. The next day i caught on a cars running board. It plantarflexed and turned in and hurt like crazy. ... (4 replies)
... I've had surgery for torn tendons 3 times now. At 3.5 mos out though, the area will still be painful. From what I've experienced, the doctors won't really do anything until maybe 6 mos out at the earliest. At that time they may order an MRI. Usually though, it will be closer to 9 mos out before they claim failure. Now, I have to say that on all buy one of my MRI's the film... (1 replies)
... The cuboid is another bone in the foot. Yours is broken. The second metatarsal is the foot bone which your second toe is attached to, that's broken as well. The cuneiform bones are also around the middle of your foot, the second one may be broken. ... (5 replies)
... My foot MRI was about 25 minutes and my ankle MRI was closer to 45 minutes. Will you be having both views done at the same time? ... (19 replies)
... Sorry about your injury. The first thing you need to know is that soft tissue injuries are far more painful and take far longer to heal than broken bones. I had a very serious sprain with bruising that went halfway up my outer calf. It took sixmonths before I had no pain from it. ... (1 replies)
... I reinjured my ankle march 7th and it was actually kind of funny when the fellow reviewed my xray with me before the specialist came in. He could see a lot of damage. ... (1 replies)
... is when I found a good ortho and had a MRI which my podiatrist never ordered. I had been seeing him about 10 yrs, cute too lol. But I understand. ... (5 replies)
... inside and another wouldn't move out of the way. As I was trying to avoid stepping on him I tripped on the lip of the front door. I do not remember which way the ankle twisted but I didn't hear a pop it was more like the pain of a nasty splinter. I could not put weight on it either. ... (3 replies)
... sports med doc said a high ankle sprain then 10 days later did a bone scan that showed a fracture. After another 3 weeks I had an MRI that confirmed the fracture but the sports med doc said I needed to start weight bearing and weaning out of the aircast. My pain was unreal. ... (2 replies)
... nasty fall offun my raised threshold to my cement porch. Within 5 minutes my right foot was too big for my shoe. Then it started to become purple and black. The ankle started to swell. Then I got a purple ring around the back of my ankle. I iced it and left it up about 6 hours and it kept getting worse. ... (2 replies)
... tendons. The specialist is better able to assess if anything like that is going on. You may need an MRI to determine that. I had a fibula fracture in high school because a nasty girl pushed me in a cross country meet and I fell. ... (7 replies)
Ankle injury
Feb 24, 2015
... Hi! Sorry that this happened to you! Looks like you sustained decent sprain to your ankle. According to your MRI results, the ATFL looks like it was sprained. That is the most common ligament that is involved in ankle sprains. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for the replies. Im looking into getting an MRI and will have to figure out where is best to do it. You guys have been great. ... (4 replies)
... and it's a hard injury to recover from. I didn't break my ankle bone but I did tear the ligaments and cartilage during the injury. ... (4 replies)
... 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)
... ng around at work and my knees were so callused that you'd have thought I walked on them. It was just much easier than getting up and down over and over with my ankle brace and wobbly ankle. I can't say that I would have wanted to do that much while healing from this though. ... (65 replies)

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