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... calcaneal osteotomy, Achilles lengthening, 1st metatarsal cuneiform arthrodesis with possible lateral ankle stabilization. What I woke up to was lateral ankle reconstruction, Achilles lengthrning and subtalar fusion! ... (11 replies)
... Hey everyone! I just had posterior tibial tendon surgery with tendon transfer, calcaneus osteotomy with internal fixation, and osteotomy medial cuneiform with bone allograft yesterday morning. ... (2 replies)
... Im 16 weeks out from surgery and i think, my issues are because of the plate and screws. Xrays showed, that my grafts healed very fast... ... (5 replies)

... st dealing with the pain. Actually went to a dog show this weekend. Showed 2 days in 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. ... (20 replies)
... I had an 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. Prior to this surgery, I had vitamin/mineral bloodwork done. I also had low vitamin , several B vitamins and some other minerals. Ive begun a regular supplement regiment, including calcium/magnesium and selinium. Selinium is a catalyst to alot of other healing factors. I wouldnt have guessed my levels of so many... (20 replies)
... uld lose side to side movement. I am not willing yet to give up running so I guess I will be trying to run on my nonunion fracture. Lol. I can deal with another surgery and long recovery if in the end I am able to run. I am just very disappointed with the results of my first surgery so I am very leary. ... (20 replies)
... he constant, debilitating pain led me to this surgery. I felt as if I did not have a choice anymore, as I could barely walk more than ten minutes. It's a tough surgery and a difficult recovery, but if I can start to walk again more normally without agonizing pain, it will be worth it in the long run. ... (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. Now they are taking about what is apparently an extensive fusion because I will lose side to side movement. ... (20 replies)
... You just had your surgery Dec. 26th, right? ... (20 replies)
... That makes total sense---don't put any weight on bones that haven't fused!! I had my hard cast removed 2 weeks ago, and also had an xray taken. The physician assistant showed me the xray and pointed out the gap that needs to close. Then, he fits me for a CAM boot cast and tells me I can put weight on it with crutches for 2 weeks, and then gradually wean off the crutches!! ... (20 replies)
... I wish you all well in your recoveries. Fusion surgery takes up to one year or more to fully heal. Listen to your body. ... (20 replies)
... Bossemom, your situation sounds identical to mine! I had fusion surgery Dec. ... (20 replies)
... ective. 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 was told i will not lose movement. Im recovering from my second surgery and i don't think I'll lose movement in my foot. ... (20 replies)
... Any suggestion would be welcomed! I do not ever what to have this surgery again!! ... (20 replies)
... Best wishes for a successful surgery and a good recovery. ... (3 replies)
... I am scheduled to have a second surgery on my foot the day after Christmas. ... (3 replies)
... you should have full ankle movement. Yea! Navicular cuneiform fusions should not impair your ankle mobility, but this is a good question to ask your doc. ... (5 replies)
... but the doctor was a complete quack. He actually told me that "most of his patient's that have the surgery are in more pain afterwards and never come back for the second foot"... WHAT? ... (5 replies)


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