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... Yes it is possible that the Bromstrom failed. The repaired ligaments are not as strong as liagments before injury. The ligament can stretch out over time or you could have done something to retear ligaments. I had bilateral bromstrom failures. I never had bruising or alot of swelling, just pain and instability. My left ankle bromstrom failed due to a traumatic injury and... (2 replies)
... snapped in half. In June of 2016 I had an ankle ligament brostrom repair that was successful. I was three weeks non weight bearing and then eight weeks physical therapy. The pain and recovery was not terrible. ... (2 replies)
... cover repair and had a jones fracture. my whole joint was so loose things would pop out upon pushing off a step and the ankle would lock out so i couldn't put my foot down. ... (3 replies)

... A highly celebrated ankle surgeon did a Brostrom repair, and now I spend most of my time in a wheelchair. ... (15 replies)
Brostrom repair
Feb 16, 2012
... The plan is to get this cast off on Monday and get started on Physical Therapy. At least that's what I'm hoping for. ... (0 replies)
... Hey out there, to anyone who's reading this. :) I underwent a modified brostrom repair with gould's modification and an anterior ankle scope to remove scar tissue & get rid of my anterior impingement syndrome on 11/8. I just wanted to let y'all know that I am doing great & to send out words of encouragement to anyone who is thinking about having this procedure done or who is... (2 replies)
Brostrom Repair
Oct 9, 2011
... in Australia. They must do things very, very differently there. Insurance companies in the United States would never pay for a single day in the hospital for a Brostrom procedure let alone 10 days. ... (5 replies)
... weeks in a cast then 8 weeks physical therapy. It sucks but I'm hoping it's all worth it! ... (20 replies)
... A cast is more restrictive than the boot. My doctor told me that I would be stiff once I began physical therapy, but it wouldn't be as bad if I was wearing a cast. You can only tighten the straps on a boot so much. ... (20 replies)
... I think the hardest part about having the brostrom is the physical therapy that follows. Having said that, the work at PT will pay off. My ankle is always less stiff afterward. Make sure your daughter does the prescribed exercises. ... (6 replies)
... peroneal 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)
... t my foot down in boot with the crutches. within weeks i was allowed to put full weight just around the house and i did this just fine and dumped the crutches. physical therapy and massage machines started before the first month. this progressed each week, things like the side to side motions didn't come until later. ... (25 replies)
... Thanks Newleftside, Am really glad its worked out and yes have been noticing a huge difference since week 11 or 12 and am now about week 13. That's great news that it should be doable I am certainly feeling a lot better. Osteopath stirred it up a little this past week but am just allowing it to recover a little but am still able to do some things such as cooking meals and... (2 replies)
... weeks into my physical therapy rehabilitation and was beginning to go up and down stairs. ... (2 replies)
... months BEFORE physical therapy. ... (10 replies)
... got the surgery in the right was because it was especially painful every time I rolled it and I wanted to decrease the risk of arthritis. Thus, I had a modified Brostrom in April 2012, with a retinaculum repair and scar tissue debridement in the area. In rehab with PT, all was well up until now, where I feel stuck. ... (6 replies)
... weight bearing. With physical therapy initiated afterwards. It is quite unheard of to progress to FWB as tolerated in 2 weeks after the repair. ... (3 replies)
... out of a normal range of about 65 degrees. I'm also surprised at where the pain is. The lateral side of the ankle where he did the repair isn't really bothering me at all. The real pain is right up in the middle of the front of my ankle. ... (6 replies)
... n passive range of motion. I was soooo excited when this happened. It should not affect long term recovery so much, but I will be able to bear weight and start physical therapy sooner this way. I guess newer research shows the outcome using this is comparable to a hard cast for 6 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... hard cast and weight bearing. At this time it is possible to begin physical therapy. ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle, ankle pain, brostrom, brostrom procedure, cast, exhaustion, pain, peroneal brevis, peroneal tendon, post-op, recovery expectation, surgery

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