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... n a row. Paying for it now but that's OK. It was fun. I am realizing more surgery will be down the road. As in have a large bone spur on the joint above the a navicular going into the ankle. And it is full of arthritis. But is great to have to forum to chat with others who are in the same situation. ... (20 replies)
... and i will find out in a month if my fusion has worked. ... (20 replies)
... unsuccessful TN surgery in June 2014. After many months of consideration,alot of pain and no improvement I took a few months to consider the limitations that TN fusion would bring. ... (20 replies)

... My TN fusion was in Jan. First repair with screws in June 2014. ... (20 replies)
... Hi I wonder if anybody else has had problems following this surgery. When I came out of cast 12 weeks I have always had pain over the 5th Metatrsal. After being in air cast and having numerous insoles made I still had the pain. I have since fractured the 5th Met x 2 and fractured the 3rd met once in the last 10months therefore I have not had much time out of a walking... (0 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your terrible injuries. I have had three fusions (talonavicular, calcaneal cuboid, and cuneiform navicular) of my right foot. It began about 12 years ago with a fracture/sprain. Even though the recovery is long, I had good results in terms of pain relief. However, I did develop arthritis as a result of the first two fusions.... I also gave up a lot of... (8 replies)
... Like you I will probably need a talonavicular or navicular cuneiform joint fusion or both. I have been made aware that I would lose some motion in my foot. ... (21 replies)
... He didnt say . when I went in it was to discuss redoing the navicular orif because it was still a non union And the bones weren't set together right. Which makes for alot of ccracking and crunching in the foot. ... (20 replies)
... is your surgeon suggesting you have your talus and navicular bone fused or a talonavicular fusion? ... (20 replies)
... Ok. So im trying to find someone who has been able to return to their activities after a foot fusion. I broke my navicular last june. Had surgery in sept. It is now 5 months and its a non union. ... (20 replies)
... e and seal in the gap, which is totally understandable given the time it has been since surgery. I encourage you NOT to do any PWB and remain NWB until complete fusion has occurred. Any other advice, especially from a PA, is wrong. tell your surgeon what you were told to do. Remind him that your bones have not fully fused. ... (20 replies)
... put weight on it! I am so incredibly frustrated with healthcare people!!! I wasted an entire year after the first surgery, listening to my doctor say that the fusion was a success. Then, I have a second surgery, and all I can say is, "here we go again"!! ... (20 replies)
... I had bone fusion of the talus and navicular back In July 2014. This is a very challeging and difficult recovery. ... (20 replies)
... Bossemom, your situation sounds identical to mine! I had fusion surgery Dec. ... (20 replies)
... The first 8 wks is total non weight baring and could last longer depending on your recovery. I would suggest that you use your own bone and not a donor. You're fusion will fuses better. I wish someone had told me that the first time. You will also need to have help. Its so important that you do very little while recovering. ... (20 replies)
... as subjective. You can have alt ot and it wont bother you or you can have a little and be in alot of pain. I am assuming they cant leave it a nonunion . Was your fusion surgery difficult ? ... (20 replies)
... I had to have a bone fusion because of severe arthritis. ... (20 replies)
... Why did you have to have the fusion? Will you lose movement? (20 replies)
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... Both of these can affect fusion rates. ... (20 replies)




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