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... Feb 9, 2018 I had major flat feet surgery. Broke some bones to straighten my ankle, combined some tendons to help the damaged ones and to lift my arch and did something to release me calf. ... (5 replies)
... but now I have pain thats WORSE than what I started with, just in a different place... ... (7 replies)
... I have been reading post on this board since Jan because I knew I was having surgery in May to correct the collapse of my right foot. ... (6 replies)

... I just had ankle reconstruction surgery last Weds. I also had instability. I was actualy in PT for my right knee because I had a torn meniscus taken care of last Sept. I first went to a podiatrist about my ankles 2 yrs ago. ... (6 replies)
... I had a car accident in 2010 that resulted in a broken talus bone. The orthopedic doctor went in and inserted two pins to but the talus bone back together. ... (13 replies)
Foot pain
Apr 5, 2010
... In 2000 I was walking in to work when it felt like every bone in my right foot would break if I took another step. I had been limping off and on for years because of a left knee injury. ... (4 replies)
... months before, though I'd had the bunion all my life. It was a feeling of mild burning or aching around the bunion area, or around the outer arch of the foot. It would come and go, and did not bother me a lot to be honest...I had the surgery because I was advised it would get worse from here on in. ... (5 replies)
... It really depends on what type. I just had foot surgery Nov 14 for a broken foot. ... (13 replies)
... Yes since you in pain and could have a major bone problem I would recommend seeing someone else in that practice as soon as you read this or go to urgent care. ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone ever broken their arch before? ... (5 replies)
... If your PTT is ruptured, all the physical therapy in the world is not going to correct it. It does not mend like a broken bone. ... (14 replies)
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... One thing that really helps is to get a tennis ball and roll your bare foot or sock covered arch on the ball in every direction, every time you sit down. It stretches the tendons. You can help avoid future problems by doing it religiously. ... (10 replies)
Broken Heels
Oct 22, 2015
... Usually rolling my foot on a golf ball helps that. ... (13 replies)
... three weeks ago now, I fell with my entire weight of 148 lbs at five ft three onto my one left heel fracturing it and also fracturing a joint on top middle of my foot by end of my leg where it meets the top of my foot and slightly to the left of middle. ... (6 replies)
... In my case, I had arches...and then I didn't. My foot still had an arch when there was no weight on it, but as soon as I stood up my arch disappeared, my ankles rolled in, and the front of my foot splayed out...I called it my "duck foot. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Pam...I'm 51. I am 7 wks post op now. I had surgery to correct my broken down flat foot. See procedures I had done below. I had a lot done. I was scared to death to do it.. ... (8 replies)
... if the other screws became a problem. The headless screw was left in, as it would have caused more damage to remove it than to leave it in. This surgery was done in Nov '11. ... (4 replies)
... otomy is important because changing the alignment of the hindfoot reduces the strain and workload on the posterior tibial tendon. The post tib is the main tendon in your foot that holds up your arch. Tearing that causes alot of problems. ... (26 replies)
... dislocation and said it was just a sprain. I had to wait 8 days to get into the Orthopedics office because they thought it was just a sprain. The bottom of my foot had an enormous bruise on my arch by the next day. The bruising was also on the sides of my foot. ... (4 replies)

Associated Tags: lisfranc, post op, posterior tibial repair, posterior tibial tendon surgery, ptt, questions for doctor, recovery

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