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... When deciding if you really need surgery you have to put a lot of things into consideration. One of them is multiple opinions. ... (13 replies)
... had a peroneal tendon repair in February 2015 and in spite of extensive PT my ankle never really felt stable after. I went to a new physician and had additional surgery in August 2016. ... (8 replies)
... program. looking back there was always something to complain about but i kept logs and previous problems became a thing of the past so it was a long process. ... (4 replies)

2nd Surgery Help
Jan 14, 2016
... metimes they don't know what they are going to do until they can open up your foot and see what's going on in there. I just scanned Wiki to get an idea of what a Brostrom was. ... (11 replies)
... for the same reason you are having one. Repeated ankle sprains, weak ankles, problems with sports, working out, etc. ... (4 replies)
... off a day a week 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)
... surgeon colleague explained that any attempt to redo the Brostrom repair with an allograft would be completely unpredictable and merely experimental medicine. ... (15 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)
... ec. 31 but thanks to the bad winter here I have only been out of the brace for a month and am still learning to walk without it. I was braced for so long before surgery that having nothing is proving to be tricky. ... (18 replies)
... I would say go ahead and try to get the surgery yes they recommend physio etc first but sometimes if the syndesmosis injury is bad enough or they misdiagnose they never get better properly! ... (5 replies)
... The good thing is that as long as you are willing to put up with problems you can put this surgery off. ... (14 replies)
... I knew that I was going to have to have my leg elevated "toes over nose" and I had a 2.5 hour ride so I would need to be elevated like that in the car and would need to be comfortable. So before surgery I took a bunch of pillows and climbed into the back of my mom's car (a Ford Escape) and messed around until I knew was was comfortable and kept my in the right position. I... (4 replies)
... add to how you recover and what you are dealing with. I never sorted out what my dr would have done with just a Brostrom and scope. ... (21 replies)
... o my Freshman year of high school and was on the high school dance team. I was in jazz class, ballet, and then started pointe ballet halfway through the year. No problems with my ankle that year or my sophomore year except that my ankle popped whenever I rotated it in a circle or moved it up and down. ... (1 replies)
... In my case I had the surgery on a Friday with an extended popliteral nerve block placed. Because of a medical complication unrelated to surgery I was in the hospital for about 24 hours and then was drugged up well, the nerve block was given a huge boost and I was sent off on my 2.5 hour trip home. ... (14 replies)
... ankle. I saw a podiatrist for quite a while and I liked him a lot and would have had him do my surgery but he couldn't do it at the hospital where I needed to be because of a rare medical situation. ... (13 replies)
... geon of some kind and I really trusted him. Then In March I turned my ankle under completely and saw him and he didn't notice the peroneals. We talked about the surgery and that I needed a specialized anesthesiologist so he couldn't do it. ... (6 replies)
... Hi guys, First time poster here. This should probably go under mental health but I think boardies here understand better. I'm 36 & other than being overweight and wearing glasses, I'm in great health. I have depression & anxiety which I manage with maintenance medication. I used to jog 5Ks until I sprained my ankle 4 times in 7 months. Since I'm too young to give up... (4 replies)
... Nice to hear from you, and great to hear you're doing well. You'll be surprised how quickly the time passes even with the boredom. Think of the time and stress that built up to this surgery - at least for me it had been years. I'm 7 weeks post op on Wednesday and I'm amazed how well its gone. Hang in there. Regarding the constipation. It's a real problem anytime there... (35 replies)
Pt after brostrom
Nov 25, 2013
... it happens and your MRI showed the deltoid sprain. Clearly you are still having issues with it so I'm not sure why it wasn't addressed back then or during your surgery recently. It usually is a harder sprain to recover from so that might explain some of it. ... (12 replies)

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