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Ankle sprains
Aug 1, 2017
... and even then I could bear weight on it, didn't need any crutches and did sports just a few days afterwards with the ankle taped. ... (7 replies)
... I went to the doctors office first thing the next morning who said I sprained it and put me in a small ankle brace and sent me on my way. ... (0 replies)
... somehow and my ligament reconstructed ankle twisted bad. I was in tears because my mind went to wrose case and it hurt. ... (3 replies)

... isn't appealing but dance isn't the rest of your life. Your ankle is. Seeing an ortho does not mean you need more surgery. It's not impossible but I'm certain it wouldn't be the first step. ... (22 replies)
... week post op ankle is feeling pretty good... i can walk short distances with minimal pain... ... (2 replies)
... its not always there but when it happens boy do i hurt so much i am really hoping i havnt injured anything again after the surgery was to fix it up. I so hate my ankle right now. After 5 years i just want it fixed up. ... (4 replies)
... r very well. I tripped over my other crutch that was leaning on the couch. Put all my weight on my surgery foot and man did it hurt like a summa you know what. I bruised up pretty bad, and am still tender to touch 7 months post surgery where he fixed my ligament. ... (4 replies)
... yesterday to get my splint removed. After taking a look at my ankle which was still swollen and bruised, he decided to have me come back next Wednesday to have the stitches removed. ... (7 replies)
... In early 2009, the company I was working for closed my office. Six days later, I crushed my ankle skiing. The year was off to a bad start. It was a strange accident where my left ski was instantly tugged off by something I never saw. ... (0 replies)
... week mark. MRI showed a fracture of the talar neck, a "kissing contusion", bruised bones, damage to the anterior inferior tibiofubular ligament and damaged cartilage. ... (3 replies)
... ankle is still swollen and bruised with very little movement possible after six weeks but hopefully that will change soon. I hope they get your ankle fixed soon... that sounds aweful! Good luck to you! ... (41 replies)
... AFTL ligament is normal, but enlarged and edematous, representing strain or partial tear. CFL ligament is probably intact, and is normal in course. The AFTL is the one most often torn and damaged first. ... (11 replies)
... try to find a picture of ankle anatomy so you can see where it is. ... (11 replies)
... I sprained my right ankle 7 weeks ago when I fell while walking down my basement steps. ... (11 replies)
Bruised talus
Feb 2, 2009
... What kind of ankle sprain did you endure? ... (5 replies)
... He was livid at the treatment I was given, and was put in PT to see if it would help, ended up having the ATFL reconstructed, he cut the ligament in half, pulled the two ends tight and stictched them together. ... (4 replies)
... op tomorrow from my ankle ligament reconstruction and arthroscopic debridement. I went to the OS this morning and got my cast off. It feels great not to have that thing on my leg any more. ... (7 replies)
... Your foot might look really gross, so don't let that freak you out. It will probably be bruised a bit, and yellow from the disinfectant they used before surgery. Getting the stitches out may hurt a bit, depending on how fast you are healing. ... (58 replies)
... get my stitches out yesterday and I have an infection. I am allergic to the stitches. I have to take antibiotics for 10 days, 4x a day to clear it up. Its pretty bruised up but doesnt hurt alot. I can but a little weight on it, I am permitted to walk on it as tolerated. I think I will be on crutches for another week or so. ... (58 replies)
... Took until this spring to fully regain my strength and trust of my ankle on the field. ... (1 replies)

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