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Brostrom Procedure
May 25, 2017
... my procedure is in my signature. ... (4 replies)
... o my Freshman year of high school and was on the high school dance team. I was in jazz class, ballet, and then started pointe ballet halfway through the year. No problems with my ankle that year or my sophomore year except that my ankle popped whenever I rotated it in a circle or moved it up and down. ... (1 replies)
... So my story is just to show that a very non complex surgery can eventually lead to many more problems rather than fixing them. My one simple brostrom procedure has turned into 3 who knows how many more surgeries and never ending pains. ... (13 replies)

... for the same reason you are having one. Repeated ankle sprains, weak ankles, problems with sports, working out, etc. ... (4 replies)
... en happy without it too although it probably would have meant an extra 24 hours in the hospital or so which I think he wanted to avoid. There were communication problems involved in that mess. He wanted me to have a spinal but anesthesiology said no for some reason. ... (25 replies)
... So, I have now had a brostrom procedure done on both of my ankles. The left one worked and healed perfectly fine, but I have had a ton of problems with the right one. I had the surgery on my right ankle in December 2012. ... (1 replies)
... I have now had two Brostrom procedures, one on each ankle. I had the first one done in June of last year and it healed perfectly. ... (0 replies)
... little toe cause apparently it doesnt affect the foot to take that one. However thats just a back up as he cant be sure if he will get in there and find that the brostrom wont be able to be done cause the ligaments are gone etc. Its also a back up in case the Brostrom fails too. ... (8 replies)
... Hi! First off I wanted to say I'm so sorry you are going through this! It's a very painful injury and a painful surgery. I know because I've had it twice. I, too, am puzzled at why you're having so much pain still... Well to the point of not being able to bear weight without pain. It's not unusual to have some pain and swelling 9 months to a year after surgery. I sure did. But... (6 replies)
... If you want to try to get back to all your activities, you will most likely opt to get the ligament repaired... google brostrom procedure, which is the most common repair for that type of ligament tear. ... (24 replies)
... OCD, Maleolar avulsion removed, os trigonum removed, brostrom procedure and ankle debridement.. ... (3 replies)
... I'm so glad it is helping. Yes, I was wiped out for several weeks. I stayed with a dear friend, Judy and her husband..... I must confess I don't really remember much of the first two weeks or so. :) Just sleep it off - it really is the best thing that you can do right now anyway. (31 replies)
... I got the prescription, and it seems to be working. I can take the full dose without too many problems. It makes me a lot more tired though on top of the percocet. They told me that if this didn't work, they would switch me to vicodin like Joyful mentioned :) (31 replies)
... I feel for ya!! I just had a modified brostrom repair for my ATFL and CFL with debreedment and peroneal tendon shortening. I am just went from my surgical cast yesterday to a new hard cast. ... (31 replies)
... o problems but the cast was uncomfortable to walk on for long distances. ... (31 replies)
... Hi Lurchy, Thanks for responding - no, I had no idea about the valium, etc. The PA hasn't been very helpful to say the least and I haven't seen the doctor since the surgery...and workers comp is giving me hell...hopefully they will approve the valium, as I'm so tired of the jerking and twitching and the pain - thanks for the response! (160 replies)
... Joyful, I haven't been following your recovery but am sorry to hear that you are having problems. I just read your above post and definitely suggest asking your doc for Diazepam (valium). My doc always prescribes it post surgery as it helps with muscle spasms which keeps the leg calm. I take it before bed and it helps a lot. You may already be on it but thought I'd... (160 replies)
... and they worked well. Drawstring waist and very room and wide leg. Had no problems with it fitting over my huge, heavy bulky surgical splint. I plan on doing the same thing this time too. ... (12 replies)
... of balance and some strength ex. I will say it takes about 6 weeks when you are walking with out the boot to fell normal. And by the 6 months I did not gave any problems with my ankle. ... (12 replies)
... this board is new and exciting to me since ive been having ankle problems ang going threw procuders like others here. ... (12 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle, ankle ligament reconstruction recovery, ankle stabilization, ankle surgery, brostrom, foot, lateral ligament surgery, rostrum procedure, talar dome

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