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... have you tried stretching your calf muscles, your doctor probably told you. if not just to let you know it helps a lot. if i dont stretch my calves everyday its hard to wear orthotics. it takes a while but after a week or so you can tell the difference. using a step or a wall you can do this but always remember to roll your foot out(dont let it pronate). puting all my weight... (7 replies)
... Looking for an opinion on the need for a gastroc slide surgery and if it would help in my situation. ... (7 replies)
... Calcaneal osteotomy, lateral ligament repair (modified Brostrom procedure), removal of bone fragments, calf lengthening (gastrocnemius slide). Just want to give an update for people considering a similar procedure. It's been 82 days since my surgery. I am no longer using the boot or crutches. The swelling is down enough in the morning so that I can see my achilles. ... (38 replies)

... The gastroc lengthening will fix that allowing the calf and ankle to flex so you can walk straight ahead What does that do for the inflexible arch? ... (7 replies)
... Even with no other ankle issues or plantar fasciitis, just the arch pain with the orthotics, am I still a good candidate to benefit from a gastroc slide procedure? ... (0 replies)
... CJ, I had a gastroc slide last May and on the other side last Oct. So that puts me 10 and 5 months out. ... (4 replies)
... I had a gastroc recession (aka slide, lengthening, etc) about 7 weeks ago. I've healed quite well and am experiencing very little pain. Some cramping/soreness occassionally, but not bad at all. I saw the doctor 2 weeks ago and he said the incision looks good, flexibility is great, and to just keep working on strengthening it as its still pretty weak. He said still no running,... (2 replies)
Gastroc Release
Sep 11, 2009
... I had a triple arthrodesis done in late May with a Gastroc slide. I admit it was the scariest part of the whole thing to me. Cut the Achilles? ... (2 replies)
Gastroc Release
Sep 5, 2009
... For anyone that has had a gastroc release (aka gastroc slide, gastroc recession, gastroc lengthening)... did you have heel pain while recovering? I had my surgery about 4 weeks ago and am doing really well. I am still in a walking boot for another week or so, but am allowed to wear a gym shoe around the house. I'm just experiencing heel pain (the reason for having the... (2 replies)
... I have seen questions from people wanting to know what the recovery would be like if only the gastroc recession was done. So I asked the doctor yesterday. ... (16 replies)
... My doctor suggested having a gastroc release done as my calf is really tight. ... (2 replies)
... My doc did what he called a gastroc slide in conjunction with my TA 3 weeks ago. ... (2 replies)
... I had bunion surgery (osteotomies) about two years ago. There were major complications on the left foot (you don'twant to know), and the right foot was undercorrected. After much lobbying of the best orthopedic specialist in the city, I am going in for a Lapidus Procedure on the right. This involves putting screws through the upper metatarsals to bring them closer together at... (4 replies)
... You should be able to ride a bike after tar. I had one 3 years ago on my right ankle with a gastroc slide to give more length to my achillis. I started carefully on an exercise bike when I was still in the boot, because I was tired of just sitting down. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! I am three months out and had PTTD transfer, calcaneal osteotomy and gastroc slide. My foot still turns purple but swelling is really improved. ... (16 replies)
Feb 16, 2014
... Erie---I had a tendon transfer, calciosteotomy, and gastroc slide (not sure of exact titles). 4 different incisions---2 around my heel area, 1 on the inside of my foot and a small one on my calf. Some days they hardly bother me at all and it doesn't feel like there's much swelling and other days are just miserable. My surgery was a month ago. (9 replies)
... I went to see the doctor yesterday and everything went great. He looked at my x-rays and told me everything was excellent. He took the staples out and put a cast on. He told me that my heel can rest on the floor. I go back in 2 weeks to get the stitches out and I think I would be getting a boot put on then. I had 7 different surgeries on my foot, Gastroc slide, Lapidus... (75 replies)
... I had gastroc recession/achilles slide/achilles lengthening on my left leg on 7/15/2013. As background, I had Haglunds surgery in Nov 2012 but have continued to have lots of achilles pain, tightness, etc. Many various treatments did not help, so the decision was made to try a lengthening. 7/15, noon, I was taken back to the surgical prep area and a basic health history... (10 replies)
... talor impingement removed which is a bone growth that resulted from an ankle fracture many years ago and finally I will have gastroc slide procedures on both legs. Again, this will all be done at the same time. ... (2 replies)
... nsidering what he had to work with. I am eager to see what the prognosis is. My best uneducated guess so far would be a calcaneal osteotomy, tendon transfer or gastroc slide, and a possible debridement of the ankle joint space. I will beat this thing and get back to being me again. It's the only mindset that can be had. ... (50 replies)

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