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... Is it because the ankle with the procedure has less range of motion vs the ankle without the procedure has more range of motion? Thanks for replying all of my posts btw. (8 replies)
... e unevenly and this leads to me limping and probably storing up hip and lower back issues! Contemplating having my other done sooner than planned to reduce these problems and have even ankles and feet with even movement. ... (8 replies)
... d have definitely had an interesting journey. Just yesterday I had my 3rd and hopefully final ankle surgery. My previous 2 ankle surgeries I have had done were a brostrom anatomical repair and also a reconstruction with cadaver tendon. ... (1 replies)

... surgeon colleague explained that any attempt to redo the Brostrom repair with an allograft would be completely unpredictable and merely experimental medicine. ... (15 replies)
... I only had the brostrom repair and did not have any bleeding problems. I had surgery on Monday. Had a nerve block. No pain for 24 to 36 hours after surgery. ... (18 replies)
... 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)
... term studies outlining the problems that folks with less than stellar Brostrom repairs incur. ... (15 replies)
... where out of nowhere i would get enough pain to effect my range of motion so i listened to my body. the process freaked me out, i just figured surgery would fix problems and the paint would go away and i could concentrate on training. ... (3 replies)
... Basically the orthopedic surgeon put my name down for a brostrom repair and pins in my ankle. I had to build up muscle in my calf first though so it could support the repair. ... (7 replies)
... Hello. I have neen post op now for 14 months. My ankle no longer turns over on me. Overall, I can say I'm pleased with the results of my surgery. Once you make the decision to proceed with surgery you should change your focus. Start preparing by setting up your house; clear pathways, cast cover and shower stool, hand held shower head installed? Reading material, music, movies... (18 replies)
... or your post and updates. I am finally glad after all this searching to find someone in a similar situation as mine. I too have high arches but have not had any problems up until the last 3 months. ... (18 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)
... I had a brostrom repair to my my left ankle on May 17th. Last night while getting up to use the bathroom I missed the knee walker and fell. ... (11 replies)
... I had a brostrom repair to my my left ankle on May 17th. Last night while getting up to use the bathroom I missed the knee walker and fell. ... (0 replies)
... professional opinion you probably need a Brostrom repair if those conservative options fail. That's the most common procedure for lateral hindfoot instability. ... (4 replies)
Brostrom Repair
Oct 10, 2011
... me stress to it, but there's nothing I can't do now that I couldn't do before the injury. You should be able to horseback ride again. I will say I have had ankle problems since the surgery, but it was due to new injuries. Hope that helps! ... (5 replies)
Brostrom Repair
Oct 10, 2011
... Actually, any ligament injury is a sprain. It's a language issue. Some people, including some doctors, use "sprain" to mean minor joint injury. Others use it correctly to mean ligament injury. Folks here who've had Brostrum, typically it takes 6 months to a year to be back to normal. You might not hear too many of those happy stories though, and there's a simple reason... (5 replies)
... he used a hamstring allograft to stabilize the joint. i'll tell you that i am 33 and have had problems with spraining my ankle since i first tore ligaments when i was 12. i also wondered if i was making the right decision. ... (18 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)

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