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Help me understand
Apr 25, 2012
... Hi there I had an ATFL tear and bone bruising of the talus like you. My ortho said the bone bruising can be the worst part pain wise and it will take WEEKS to go away. Don't put weight on it, the more weight getting put through the bruised bone, the longer it will take to settle down. I ended up needing a repair of the ligament I tore. After 4 months of therapy it... (15 replies)
... I've posted a few times about the ongoing problems I'm having since my calcaneal osteotomy and modified brostrom repair. ... (4 replies)
... Illinois, or Ohio. I had a modified brostrom repair, calcaneal osteotomy, and gastroc recession in March of last year. I'm having more pain and problems with my ankle now than I did before the surgery. I have lost confidence in my doctor and would like to find a different specialist. ... (3 replies)

... I am NWB for so long as I tore a ligament right off the bone. I posted about my experience for the surgery HERE (12 replies)
... I agree with Jane and ctucker. Try the PT first and see if you can strengthen your ankles that way. If not, the surgery might be worth it for you. Definitely discuss it at length with an orthopedic surgeon, preferably one specializing in foot and ankle. ... (18 replies)
... Hi, my story is quite a long one, so I'll get right to it. SEEING AN ORTHOPEADIC SPEACILIST ON MAY 25, 2010 (TUESDAY). First off, I'm 17 years old, and I play baseball quite a lot. And about a year ago (last spring season), we were playing a game, and I happened to run into the fence. Well, my cleat got stuck in the fence, and my body twisted, but my ankle (right)... (48 replies)
... Hi, my story is quite a long one, so I'll get right to it. SEEING AN ORTHOPEADIC SPEACILIST ON MAY 25, 2010 (TUESDAY). First off, I'm 17 years old, and I play baseball quite a lot. And about a year ago (last spring season), we were playing a game, and I happened to run into the fence. Well, my cleat got stuck in the fence, and my body twisted, but my ankle (right)... (0 replies)
... as that is what will cause you the most problems in terms of pain and getting back to your running. ... (10 replies)
... So I had a Brostrom repair which is probably what you would have done. I also had peroneal brevis tear and peroneal tendon subluxation issues. In surgery they found I also had 2 OCD spots. From my reading, one probably was there before and the other probably happened at the time of the sprain. ... (10 replies)
... Hello everyone. I just joined and I found this site while searching Google because I am bored and also having my second ankle surgery in a year on Monday. I know this is terribly long, but if you are anything like me, you like to know every detail of people's ankle injuries. ... (6 replies)
... This sounds totally bizarre, even to me, but has anyone else noticed a correlation between the weather/seasons and tendon pain? Last year I was supposed to see the doc for tendon problems (turned out it was torn) and I postponed because once the cool weather hit the symptoms subsided. This year I've been in foot agony and walking in the Darth for weeks. The weather... (7 replies)
Borstrom Procedure
Nov 14, 2007
... It really would depend on how much you could do on your own at 2 weeks and also your class. I am a teacher too and I had a surgery that is the same incision as a Brostrom but was for ostephyte removal. I was NWB until 12 days PO and partial to full weight bearing from their in a boot. ... (2 replies)
... Terri, It could be a couple of things actually. Your description of it could lead one to believe that you have a peroneal tendon tear (I had a Brostrom Repair for a blown out peroneal tendon - undetermined as to when I did it over three years ago), or because of your recovery from your recent surgery, maybe it is due to the way you are carrying your weight on that... (12 replies)
... When my surgeon first decided to do the Brostrom repair to tighten the lateral ligaments I had torn, I told him I was very active and played tennis and did figure skating as well. ... (111 replies)
... Saw him yesterday and have decided during the drive back home to go ahead and have surgery. There have been a significant increase in problems in the last 30 days, and I cannot go on like this much longer. Of course there will be the cleaning our of the joint, and the drilling, and six weeks NWB. ... (208 replies)
... from a OS that specialized in ankles and feet. He agreed, but I liked him better so I used him for the second surgery. BTW, the first OS didn't do the ligament surgery at the same time because he said they had different recoveries. ... (21 replies)
... Wow, this has been one busy thread since I was last out here. I just returned from a road trip to the in-laws and am now catching up. A couple of things I'd like to add ... Compression stocking - I have issues with swelling in my ankle, most of it was due to all the surgery I had on my foot (Brostrom Repair & Bunionectomy 8/2003, dislocated toe 9/2003, great toe fusion... (69 replies)
... I'm scheduled to have a Brostrom in late December, I've had problems with ankle stability all through high school and college sports, but this summer hurt it again playing basketball and it just won't heal. ... (18 replies)


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