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... on. I've also had an Achilles' tendon lengthening, but because of this last surgery, it did absolutely nothing. It's very tight and now I have muscle breakdown in both my calf, I have no calf muscle, and almost no muscle or tissue on my foot. I'm in some heavy duty pt right now to try and build that all up. ... (8 replies)
... ving a complete ligament reconstruction with cadaver tendon and tendon tublarization and debridement last year. I've never been cleared for activities since that surgery because the pain hasnt gone away, instability is coming back, and I have severe burning arches. ... (3 replies)
... you mention pain going uphill and carrying heavy things. this hasn't specifically held me back in a long time. ... (6 replies)

... for whatever reason i had a good amount of flushing and swellling post op, even at 6 weeks after i would walk around in the boot and take it off. i would have to rice. ... (2 replies)
... of 10 is still fairly significant if you're having that much pain or discomfort on a regular basis. ... (16 replies)
... I had an incident last august where I simply stepped off step ladders last step and landed on the outside midfoot which rolled my ankle a bit, and momentum carried me forward and I fell on my face. ... (4 replies)
... about it so it should work for you. I even rub it on my horse's legs when I know he is sore. I asked my husband and he said that I had very little "endurance" in walking or standing. He also reminded me that I cooked on a stool for a week or so after I started NWB. ... (46 replies)
... I injured my mid foot back in June 2011. ... (3 replies)
... I am not sure how helpful this will be but I have been trying to find an answer for the pain in my feet since 2004. ... (6 replies)
... you're getting a second opinion. My second opinion was a lot different than what my doctor recommended, and wasn't something I necessarily felt was right for me after doing a lot of research. That being said, it was good to see someone else and get more information. I ended up doing what my own doctor recommended. ... (246 replies)
... I will tell my Dr. what you said about rebuilding your Orth. Thank you for your advice. I have not tried soaking feet in the ice water. ... (65 replies)
... October 18, 2016 I broke my 5th Met. Found out on November 1 after finally seeing an orthopedic surgeon, that it is in fact a Jones Fracture. UGH!! ... (4 replies)
... Im just over 1 week post op from having a Denovo implant in the ankle for my OCD lesion after a failed microfracture surgery last year. So far the recovery has gone much smoother with less pain however I am experiencing more of that "burning" sensation when my leg is down. ... (1 replies)
... He said the burning pain I get in the back of my ankle is most likely caused by the screws and wants to remove them. ... (4 replies)
... ngthened, a broken ligament sewn back together, some really nasty divots repaired by the doc drilling them and a cyst removed from my ankle. I was supposed to be in a cast for 4 weeks and a boot for 2 more weeks. All 6 weeks non weight bearing. ... (12 replies)
... I felt all 'at home' seeing these familiar names weighing in on this topic!! ... (12 replies)
... really do hope that the surgeon has some precise and good answers for you this time. To answer your question, I had 4 incisions, 1 on each side right behind the ankle bone and one in the middle of the those 2 on the achilles part of the heel and of course the incision whole on the bottom of the heel where the screw went in. ... (50 replies)

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