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... The general rule is that a brostrom takes a full year to heal completely. ... (4 replies)
... extreme pain I would continue to go along with his plan. I think it does sound a bit crazy for you to be able to get back into snowboarding that quickly after a brostrom procedure but that is mainly because it's very different from my experience. ... (3 replies)
... I first had a brostrom procedure in 2014 to help stabilize my ligaments and clean out the joint. ... (7 replies)

... I know I'm a bit late here, so good luck with the procedure tomorrow! ... (21 replies)
... normal..I had my procedure as an out patient and was NWB until today. ... (1 replies)
... CFL and a partial on the PTFL. Brostrom procedure was administered on sept 19. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 6.5 weeks post brostrom procedure. I found it helpful reading about other people's experiences so I figured I'd share... ... (0 replies)
... I had a Brostrom procedure done on my right ankle in December and everything seems to have gone perfectly with the ankle recovery. ... (0 replies)
... I got my cast today! the PA that put the cast on gave me a cast shoe and told me that it is a walking cast, but that doesn't mean I'm going to be walking on it right away. she told me it would probably still be a few weeks before it starts to feel better enough to walk on it. ... (31 replies)
... as for the cast, my doctor said that in two weeks I'll get a walking cast, and I'll be able to put weight on it. Is this really the case? ... (31 replies)
... Hi all, Was lurking on here before having the Brostrom procedure on my right ankle - some fantastic advice and reassurance on here! I'm 9 weeks post-op and the ankle feels like it's healing well. I am in an aircast though I take it off to move around my small flat, washing, when sat down etc and it's fine. I've been offered a chance to help out at a festival next... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I had that done on my other ankle years ago and didn't have any problems after walking cast. My big concern is the calcaneal osteotomy as this is new to me and miserable. ... (2 replies)
... i am a physiotherapist, and i underwent a Brostrom procedure just over 2 weeks ago. i did a lot of research prior to deciding to have the surgery, including my choice of surgeon. ... (12 replies)
... Hello, I had my brostrom procedure and arthroscopy done on May 13th and it's been a few weeks. ... (10 replies)
... f my questions. I've just been writing them down. Pain wise, I figure it can't be any worse than my bilateral tailors bunion surgery. I was told splint, cast, walking cast, boot, PT. Can't remember the timeline though. ... (3 replies)
... On the 10th day I had the cast removed and got a walking cast booty. I used the crutches for a day or two but the Dr. told me to go fully weight bearing as pain allowed. ... (18 replies)
Brostrom Procedure
Nov 16, 2004
... quite a bit of pain. I do think I need to do this surgery as I have seen three orthopedic surgeons and they all recommended it. The one that is going to do the procedure only does ankles and feet. ... (11 replies)
... put me in a cast for a total of 3. ... (4 replies)
... I was told by the nurse that on Thursday they will remove the splint, change the dressing and put another splint on. Then a week later I will get a fiberglass cast for 4 weeks. After 4 weeks Ill spend 4 more weeks in a walking boot....sound about right to everyone? ... (25 replies)
... rder right now because I have a few weeks without much scheduled but since I can drive as of 2 days ago I can at least get out. Now that I can weightbear with a walking cast and crutches I want to walk and walk. It doesn't really like that yet but I need to move desperately. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle, ankle stabilization, ankle surgery, brostrom, brostrom procedure, brostrum procedure, calcaneal osteotomy, gastrocnemius slide, instability, lateral ligament surgery, ligament, pain, rostrum procedure

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