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... Spacey, I am eight months out of a Brostrom Repair. I was in a cast for 3 weeks and then a CAM walker for the following five weeks, and then wore a soft ankle brace for the next 5 months. I don't know anything about osteochondral repairs. ... (6 replies)
... What was the nameof the procedure you had done? I had a Brostrom Repair last summer/fall. I was allowed to be weight-bearing in a cam walker at three weeks. It hurt at first, but I kept doing a little more at a time. Be honest with your doctor regarding your level of pain, ankles are a funny thing. Don't rush the process either. Hope you get good news on Friday. Take... (6 replies)
... I know exactly how you feel and whilst I haven't had all the same procedures you have had I have had the brostrom and to be honest I couldn't even walk on it without pain at 2 weeks took me many weeks till I was able to properly walk on it. ... (35 replies)

... Recovery went fine at first, but a couple months in I started having severe pain in the ankle again. ... (2 replies)
... to send out words of encouragement to anyone who is thinking about having this procedure done or who is about to have this procedure done. I know before my surgery, I was scared half to death of it. ... (2 replies)
... I'm really looking forward to having a stable ankle. The instability and the constant pain in my ankle is what I am looking forward to ending! You say you still have pain and swelling? ... (20 replies)
... In theory it could work. I've never heard of this approach. One would hope that once you have the surgery to repair the damage, the pain would go away. I had an ankle sprain gone wrong that hurt me on and off for 13 years until I had surgery to fix it, and now I'm pain free. ... (2 replies)
... I expect that I am a good bit older than you but I will share my experiences and hopefully it will give you some insight. ... (3 replies)
... if my case is a good example then i would say you will have no problem returning to that type of situation. perhaps you will need to brace and be carefull by setting your own pace and keeping it safe. ... (3 replies)
... So I realise since my injury isn't the normal ones you get on here I may not get many responses, But I just had to post and I guess vent and get stuff off my chest. ... (7 replies)
... My left ankle is in a brace after 3 surgeries cause it wasn't treated when it was first done! In fact it was treated 7 years down the track. I had a brostrom and pins put in first! ... (5 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. ... (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)
... he said it was because I relied on that leg more both before and after surgery and due to the length of time, it's normal but will improve. ... (25 replies)
... the second doc fixed some stuff that had "torn" again as well as he had to fix a nerve and cut the scar tissue out, etc. ... (6 replies)
... I hope someone can give me some hope! I had a modified bronstrom repair in January 2012. I'm over a year out and am still having some days when I can barely walk! The pain is sharp at times and it throws my gait off. I can't run or jump, and when I do spin or yoga, it flares up. ... (6 replies)
... I'm glad that you found out it was normal and not serious! And yes 2 surgeries in under a year will definitely do that! That is a lot of my problem now and why my PT is still getting my OS to keep signing PT orders. My ankle joint is still very stiff as well and he keeps working it! ... (6 replies)
... Here is the briefest version of my story. I am a 32 year old female, and I injured my ankle jumping on a trampoline in April 2012. It was obvious something was very wrong so I went to the ER. ... (6 replies)
... Well my first surgery was just a plain Brostrom repair and I never had these pains before. ... (25 replies)
... Saw my surgeon this morning. He said everything looked great and that I had progressed very well. Little to no swelling, good range of motion, no pain. ... (23 replies)

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