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... which i imagine is the same as the Brostrom procedure? ... (3 replies)
... It's just a ligament repair, 2 inch incision, 2 weeks in a cast, 2 weeks in a boot, 2 weeks in a brace and you'll be fine. No big deal. ... (13 replies)
... I had a lot of pain following surgery. Any time I went outside in the GA heat where my ankle was below my heart for more than 20 mins at a time, my toes would turn purple. It felt as if my ankle had swallowed a football..... ... (3 replies)

... and my 2nd one was for ligament repairs and repair of torn peroneal tendon and fibular osteotomy for groove deepening. So I haven't had the tendon transfer thankfully. ... (7 replies)
... Actually, I had heavy Pain after this surgery. I did not expect it to be that bad. I stayed in hospital for 5 days. They said to me that I could do sitting work 2 weeks after the surgery earliest! Anyway...maybe you should let yourself more time for a real recovery. As my surgeon told me the recovery/rehab is the essential thing in this whole procedure. He said that if the... (3 replies)
... I had a Brostrom procedure to repair a detached and torn ATF ligament in my foot and surgery to repair a shredded peroneal tendon in my ankle. ... (12 replies)
... I had a Brostrom but had peroneal tendon repair as well which changes the healing process. ... (1 replies)
... term problem would be ligament tears. You didn't say you are having instability which is excellent. ... (14 replies)
... AFTL and CFTL and had the modified Brostrom procedure as well as 2 other surgeries in June. I am 21 weeks out now. ... (4 replies)
... Gould to reconstruct a ligament, cleaning out scar tissue causing an impingement and a repair of a peroneal tendon plus deepening a groove in the bone to prevent further subluxation. ... (14 replies)
... ankle orthopedic surgeon for your ankle reconstruction surgery! I've had the surgery twice and the first time I went with a general OS. Mistake. ... (13 replies)
... I wasn't allowed ibuproferon because my doctor wanted as much scar tissue as possible (and there is a lot). Most doctors are different than he is on that. It took me 9 weeks to get through the first bottle of pain pills and I've only taken about 2 since then. I'm now on prescription strength naproxen and that works well. But I wasn't hesitant to use the good stuff because... (13 replies)
... If you just had the sprain id just wait and see. But I do not have any knowledge about ocd. Id try to wait and see what other peoole that have experience with ocd would say. Good luck. Nwb with a 3 year old will be tough. Id definitely line up help before comitting to any surgery. (14 replies)
... The patient is, I think, still suffering from the results of the ankle sprain. She has, still, feelings of instability. She is having some swelling. ... (14 replies)
... 5mth update for those who might be having similar surgery: Saw physio tonight. Very pleased with progress. Only have to wear the ankle brace for 'high risk' situations (like treadmill etc) for one more month - yay!!! Said some aches and pains are still normal for a while and only to get concerned if one lasts for more than one or two days in a row - and to come back... (34 replies)
... Gould procedure, ankle arthroscopy, and OCD and ligament repair. ... (0 replies)
... Hi all, I'm currently 10 days into recovery from a Brostrom ligament repair to my ATL, along with arthroscopy and removal of osteochondral lesions. ... (0 replies)
... repair with a modified Brostrom procedure, as well as the anterior capsule debrided 2 years ago. ... (2 replies)
... I've been in your shoes more than once. I won't get in to too many details about my surgical history, but my first surgery started with Brostrom repair, peroneal tendon repair and we found at the time of surgery, microfracture for 2 OCD lesions. ... (7 replies)
... This post is for anyone out there who lives alone/single mom/or the mom who has to do everything or if you don't have a lot of help. This is not medical or legal advice, just based on my experience. Every surgery is different. My experience is different because he did surgery on my L knee (removed ACL screws, bone graft, meniscus trim) and a Brostrom Repair on my R ankle... (0 replies)


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