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May 4, 2018
... nic ankle sprains for 20 years. Stepped in a whole in my backyard and did some major damage. 10 weeks and finally was able to get in for surgery repair. He did a brostrum repair and I was nwb for 8 weeks. I started pt at 6 weeks, was walking without devices at 14 weeks. Since then, it's been so. Much. Pain. ... (1 replies)
Brostrum repair
Dec 22, 2011
... i an waitingfor brostrum repair and am worried about recovery time,on feet all day and up and down machines. any how long it will take to recover? ... (0 replies)
... tial weight bearing and I am not cleared to drive at this point. I would say it will be at least two months before you can drive. My first surgery was a modified brostrum repair. The second surgery was a pearoneal tendon repair. I am still recovering so I can't speak on the long term results. ... (7 replies)

Brostrom Repair
Oct 10, 2011
... rect. Any tear or injury to a ligament is called a sprain regardless of the grade. I, too, was diagnosed with a grade 3 sprain of my left ankle. I had a modified Brostrum repair. I went in the hospital at 6am and was home by 1pm. ... (5 replies)
... My son had brostrum repair surgery to his right ankle 4 days ago and is recovering well in the worlds heaviest cast!!! ... (1 replies)
... Had peroneal and brostrum repair last March. Five months of rehab and it went well. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. I had a brostrum Gould repair done on March 31 along with repair of my peroneal tendon. Was in a splint for one week, three weeks in a plaster cast then in a boot nonweightbearing for two more weeks. ... (7 replies)
... where the surgical area and far beyond got angry with agitation, i think the areas are more likely to flame up if something goes on in that area and it makes my repair area hurt even more or atleast make me think about it. couldn't that be a combination of different anatomy, hardware, scar tissue, etc.? ... (3 replies)
... back in 2012 I had a brostrum surgery and peroneal repair. ... (3 replies)
... this was the third time to repair loose ligaments as I had 2 failed Brostrum Gould. My surgeon decided to do a Chrisman snook procedure this time. ... (1 replies)
... PS. My ortho also told me at my last visit that it is a good, solid repair but it is not the same as a natural joint and can be re-injured so to use good sense. (Like needing my brace/hiking boots on our hilly lawn.) (2 replies)
... just a warning that it is possible for you to be tough enough to hobble around, etc. with a serious injury. it happened to me and i felt no pop, except when my peroneal would jump out of its track and send shockwaves up my foot. my deepest aching pain that made me not want to put on a show due to swelling and not walking on it due to pain was my jones fracture. i... (11 replies)
... i had a jones fracture, brostrum and peroneal and its cover repair. i did not have groove deepening though and not sure why? ... (11 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)
... cover repair a year ago. All my ow parts from each site were used. ... (2 replies)
... I had a brostrum repair Nov 2012 and things were fine for almost a year. ... (8 replies)
... i think i just looked up a video of what you are talking about. is that fabric used as well as the repair so its like an extra layer of protection if you were to roll it? ... (7 replies)
... i had a brostrum for multiple ripped up parts as well as my peroneal tendon and its cover due to sublexation. ... (7 replies)
... Back in April so 6 months ago I had the Brostrum repair and a debridement of the joint right ankle. ... (6 replies)
... the surgery so I have no sensation on the surface of the outside of my foot. The doctors initially said it could come back, but the timeframe for the nerves to repair themselves has come and gone. ... (14 replies)

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