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... t think that I could have gone to work so early, even with help! How blessed are you to have the awesome help from your friends and family to get back in the work mode. ... (6 replies)
... The only numbness is the outside area of my foot where they went in to break my heal. It is because of nerves. Some days is worst than others and no one can tell you when that will stop. ... (2 replies)
... I still have numbness on the outside of my ankle, bottom left side of my foot, and my little toes three months after surgery. That part of my foot did not even have surgery. My surgeon thinks it is from the popliteal nerve block that I had for pain. ... (6 replies)

... I am 23 years old, 10 days post op for an ankle scope and debriedment, tendon reconstruction, and calcaneal osteotomy. ... (16 replies)
... g. I just want some answers, some timeline. Thanks kehorner for pointing out some possible surgical timelines. My surgeon is very conservative, and he'll come in the cast room, look at you foot after you've been 4 weeks NWB, and tell the ortho tech to put you in another NWB cast for 3 more weeks. ... (21 replies)
... The numbness is absolutely normal. It's caused by nerve damage, which can either be a cut nerve or a nerve that has been compressed. The numbness right around the incision is from the nerves in the skin being cut when they made the incision. ... (31 replies)
... It's uncommon to have complete numbness in an area after arthroscopic ankle surgery. However, it is possible. ... (2 replies)
... sciatic nerve. After thirteen months, my toes, except my big toe, moved up slightly. ... (48 replies)
... Hi! I think you need to get back to your surgeon as soon as you can go have your ankle re examined. Things shouldn't get worse. ... (22 replies)
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... This is a long story but if anyone can over some advice, I would really appreciate it. In August, I twisted my ankle and fell. I was in severe pain and could not walk. ... (12 replies)
... It sounds like ice and elevation above your heart would be very helpful for the inflammation and pain. Numbness can often occur, especially after surgery and a traumatic event to your foot and ankle. ... (14 replies)
... I'm not a nurse or anything but did have a modified Brostrum last year and am facing another surgery in a couple weeks to fix tendons, etc. ... (3 replies)
... surgery. My consultant did suggest a double tendon transfer for me, but my ankle is weak because of the sciatic nerve being cut during surgery, and apparently a tendon transfer could make the ankle weaker. ... (48 replies)
... sciatic nerve. After thirteen months, my toes, except my big toe, moved up slightly. ... (48 replies)
... how great my foot looked! I think I will actually be able to buy shoes in shoe stores after this! I've also "peeked" at it a couple of times and the incision looks amazing. ... (2 replies)
... for example when i had my surgery i had checkups by then. i was given info packets with warnings about dvt, etc. and who to call. ... (6 replies)
... ing back to my old "moderate to severe pronator" shoes. Maybe if I get into some high impact sport but I doubt that will happen because I have a knee that isn't in good shape because it was injured by my unstable ankle. ... (46 replies)
... my wound was still weeping at a month post op. i think that part was gone by 2 months but i also still had scabbing and filling in on the puffy and uneven incision. this freaked me out for sure. ... (4 replies)
... I had stitches, and assurance from a pod that in 3 mos. I would not EVEN KNOW IT HAPPENED. ... (0 replies)


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