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... Hi all - I had ankle reconstruction surgery on 10/16/2015 and it has been about 5 months. I was NWB for 6 weeks(which actually was 7 or 8 weeks since I got a terrible rash) and then PWB for a few weeks after. I completed PT for a few weeks afterwards. The doctor cleared me of PT and said to stretch everyday. HOwever, it has now been 5 months and if I run or play basketball, my... (4 replies)
... I had Brostrom reconstruction surgery. Since last week I have been exclusively on shoe with brace. Till then I commuted in boot, and walked indoors with shoe. ... (5 replies)
... ns on using is a modified Brostrom. He said that if the ligaments are too damaged he will have to use a tendon graft to reconstruct. He also plans to begin the surgery with an arthroscopy of the ankle because I have had locking and popping in the ankle and he thinks there may be some loose bodies floating around. ... (32 replies)

... Happy Monday All – Firstly, I am SO thankful for all of your posts! It’s greatly helping me plan for my upcoming surgery. After years of sprained ankles, most recently a doozy in December and a ‘trip’ this June, I’m finally getting my ankle stabilization. Unfortunately I also have a bunion and a cyst on the toe joint. I am currently scheduled for the following: modified... (5 replies)
... Thanks for sharing! I just had my MRI and followup with my podiatrist and the ligaments were healed fine from the surgery. There is no swelling in the ligaments. However, their is swelling in a tendon towards the back of my ankle that is causing my entire ankle to swell. Doc said we can't be sure why the swelling is there, it might just be agitated because of the surgery. He... (4 replies)
... all i can share is what i went through. they used my own parts with some kind of mesh for anatomical reconstruction so i guess i was lucky. ... (4 replies)
... o. I did not have any screws, bone tunnels, or cadever tendons put in just ligament reconstruction by cutting it and using stitches. ... (4 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)
Nov 21, 2013
... There's a wealth of really useful information on here about ankle reconstruction surgery, so huge thanks for that. ... (5 replies)
... And guess we shall see after my mri if I do have to have more surgery though that was the main things he was talking about the other day! ... (14 replies)
... Hi Star6! Sorry about your problems! I know how you feel... I had Brostrom reconstruction in March, but through my recovery I hurt my knee, and ended up with a cyst in a knee that 2 aspirations cant fix... ... (14 replies)
... Hello, I am haveing left ankle arthoscopy w/ debridment & brostrom lateral ankle ligament reconstruction on 11/4. We have alot in common. I have a 3 year old, a husband that works nights and am also concerned about gaining weight. I origionally hurt my ankle during a bootcamp workout. (not even while working out.. walking to get my water!!) I stepped into a hole and severly... (5 replies)
... I had ankle reconstruction surgery four weeks ago. I don't know what the procedures were called. ... (9 replies)
... OH yeah! My brace was also hard along both sides, but the physio allowed me to remove the plastic inserts from the brace about 3 weeks ago - much easier without them as one of them would press on the brostrom reconstruction and as it swelled with exercise it would really irritate that area -but not now :) Yeah - I think going from NWB to PWB to FWB or WBAT is the most... (20 replies)
... I had a scope in August to get scar tissue and inflamed tissue out, and had a modified brostrom with peroneal tendon clean up on the 29th October, so I am currently 8 weeks post op. ... (38 replies)
... l do now at random moments 11 weeks later. I can be sitting at my desk at work and out of nowhere it comes and lasts for less than a minute. I get mine where the brostrom reconstruction is still healing and also deep inside where the OCD was removed from the talus. ... (20 replies)
... Today is 17 days post op from modified brostrom. I got my cast off!!!! yay! they put me in the boot and said I can put a little wieght on it. It still wasn't discolored, however it was more swollen than a week ago when they removed the first one. I haven't had it elevated much in the past couple of days either. 2 nights ago I was getting electrical shocking pains in the one... (38 replies)
... for me were not worth the risk. Especially since I'd been through thr surgery before with adequate pain control with oral meds. This time was even better control! After I got my cast off, I had PT for 3 months. ... (38 replies)
... As far as my ankle, they performed the Brostrom procedure. I did not receive a nerve block and wished I had. ... (38 replies)
... From what we have read the Chrisman Snook is one of the "other" or lesser used procedures about as common as our modified Evans. Brostrom (fix the chewed up liagaments and leave the tendons alone) seems to be the #1 way with Evans, Jones and Chrisman Snook (clip, drill and stitch tendons) comprising about 20% of the surgeries that we've read about so far. Jones seems to be... (38 replies)

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