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... ankle surgery infection like this? ... (1 replies)
... I'm currently on week two of recovery from my very first surgery experience ever. ... (0 replies)
Ankle/Foot Surgery
Aug 20, 2014
... Please allow me to share my personal experience with foot surgery. I underwent surgery the second week of this month August 2014 to repair a torn ligament in my ankle, and to remove some damage cartilage. The removal of the damage cartilage was done to improve blood circulation. ... (1 replies)

... thanks to both of u. I have been on my feet way too much. i am a mom of 2 and my hubby works 12 hour days and kids are in school. so mom has to clean and take care of things at home. ive not really been up as much as i would if i had not had the surgery. just putting clothes on to wash or fixing me lunch. ... (5 replies)
... also two grandaughters ages 4 and 7. My Dr. never talks about PT being somewhere down the road. I go back tomorrow and I will ask a bunch of questions. I hope the swelling is down and no more bandage. Do you use walker at all? ... (59 replies)
... I had my surgery yesterday, I have no boot, just a bandage, can be taken off in 4 days, to walk on heel till then, and then put full weight on it, can drive after I finish pain meds, keep it elevated when sitting, ice only the first 24 hours... ... (31 replies)
... Thanks Step .. I am metal free! ... (78 replies)
... in front of my son's elementary school. My 5 year old is Autistic and at times he refuses to go to school and this was one of those days. He planted himself on the sidewalk and I went to lift him. ... (54 replies)
... Iwa, how are things going for you with your foot and the swelling? ... (11 replies)
... different procedures than me but I wil tell you about me anyway! ... (10 replies)
... I had more questions for him, and he hasn't returned my phonecall yet. Maybe some of you know the answer... ... (7 replies)
... Well...I literally got up on the wrong side of the bed. My right foot found a space between the mattress and the side rails of my roommate's bed instead of the floor. There wasn't enough room to fall outwards due to the wall being so close and I had to topple sideways. ... (1 replies)
... op experiences, so I wanted to share my own story as well for others who are researching. ... (3 replies)
... I know your surgery is coming up, just wanted to add my two cents. ... (22 replies)
... o has been at my beck and call since the operation. ... (13 replies)
... weeks ago I had an "easy" bunion surgery, no screws and pins. ... (2 replies)
... Yeah, that's really impressive. I own a wobble board because it was something that I just couldn't get right in PT the last time and I wanted to work on it more after I was done. I never got a full revolution without cheating with my arms. ... (7 replies)
... They take this tendon and split it the long way, then cut one half of it up where it attaches to the muscle in the leg, but leave it attached down in the foot. ... (4 replies)
... Just wanted to say great advice, which applies to whether you're 27 or 77! I can totally relate to all your points. ... (2 replies)
... Very happy to be one week out from the surgery, two more to go before my bandage comes off and stitches come out. I can't say it's been an easy week, I felt prepared for the pain mentally before the surgery but reality is always much more intense. I do feel like there is slow easing off of the pain every day. ... (13 replies)


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