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... nto car and Driver started to move car and it caused repair to fail, about 8 months later. Had a revision and ankle felt stable, but had pain due to subluxation of peroneal tendon and stress reactions. ... (4 replies)
... at the time of surgery. Anyway, here's my answers to your questions. ... (4 replies)
... My surgery went great but unfortunately developed scar tissue pressing on my sural nerve so now I have shooting pain down the outside of my foot. I tried the cortisone injection which did not help. My surgeon things I likely need surgery to cut the sural nerve and bury the end. ... (0 replies)

... Sorry to hear you're having more troubles with your ankle. I had a Brostrom repair surgery in Aug 2016 and had an easy recovery compared to some other experiences I've read on here. ... (5 replies)
Brostrom Procedure
May 26, 2017
... i started rehab within a couple weeks of surgery which started out slow. i was lucky and ended up getting like 3 months total. ... (6 replies)
... years and both have failed. The first one was a brostrom but that failed and my ligaments became lax again. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks! The procedure went as planned, or maybe even better! I was awake immediately upon getting out of surgery (don't remember waking up til I was back in my room though)...and I was only there for about an hour before going home. My surgical cast (splint) is actually fiberglass, I'm pretty sure! It's so much lighter and less cumbersome than plaster would be which is... (21 replies)
... Has anyone who has this type of surgery been able to escape a NWB cast? ... (5 replies)
... l tendon repair that did not fully correct my issues in February 2015 and arthroscopy to clean out scar tissue, another peroneal tendon repair, Brostom, repair of the superior peroneal reticulum and reduction of the peroneal tubercle in August 2016. I am about 18 weeks out from surgery now. ... (3 replies)
... When deciding if you really need surgery you have to put a lot of things into consideration. One of them is multiple opinions. I would make sure you get the opinions of as many surgeons possible to help you 1. ... (13 replies)
... month depending on work, etc but he says for just the bunion he normally keeps patients off work for 6 weeks and I'm getting quite a bit done, according to him. Of course there are many variables in healing and everyone is different. ... (5 replies)
... I was so startled when my OS talked surgery, I missed much of the initial conversation lol! ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so much for the helpful words. I will definitely listen to my body and trust in my own healing. It will be nice to have a lot of help as I see doing this alone would be an even bigger challenge. I will have a knee scooter too it seems like those are a godsend! ... (5 replies)
... Hi, it is wonderful tha you will have help from your family because you will need it the first few weeks. I also had a lot of work done and was very anxious before surgery, more about recovery rather than surgery. ... (5 replies)
... Firstly, I am SO thankful for all of your posts! ... (5 replies)
2nd Surgery Help
Jan 14, 2016
... There are so many variables in this kind of surgery...sometimes they don't know what they are going to do until they can open up your foot and see what's going on in there. ... (11 replies)
... before bed time i could feel a hint of something and started the pain meds and took them every 4 hours for about 2 weeks and was cut off. ... (25 replies)
... I had a modified brostrom gould surgery june 2013 on my right ankle for my shredded ligaments from an old sports injury. ... (5 replies)
... Anyone even thinking of a Brostrom Procedure better be darn sure that is what you need to have!!! Get at least a 2nd opinion, if not a 3rd or 4th opinion. ... (6 replies)
... and from all I've read there is pretty much always a good outcome from this kind of surgery. But I gather it takes a lot of patience! ... (7 replies)




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