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... I have been in your exact same position. I am a teen and just got ankle arthroscopy 6 weeks ago. Although I also had the brostrom procedure at the same time I still know a lot about the scope. ... (3 replies)
... and a scope. It is major surgery and the recovery is long. Different doctors have different schedules. ... (7 replies)
... part of anything athletic that injuries happen and you just hope that they are repairable. From what the doctor who thought I would be fixed up with a Modified Brostrom alone said when you have that procedure done before severe arthritis hits it is repairable. ... (24 replies)

... Im a teen and recently got what I believe was the brostrom procedure to tighten my ligaments and also an ankle scope to clean out synovitis. It is a little over 5 weeks post op and I am pwb. Im a dancer and am really excited to get back into dancing. ... (24 replies)
... t from a modified brostrom, scope and peroneals. I'm in a walking cast that is on until the 20th. Thursday I caught my foot while getting out of the car and my ankle moved in a rotational direction for the first time since surgery. ... (0 replies)
... your reply and suggestions. I currently do the exercises at home that I learned in therapy using the flexible band I was given. I also ice it using a wrap around ankle wrap that I can put in the freezer for cold and in the microwave for hot. I've never really used it for hot though. It somewhat helps. ... (6 replies)
... it also helps with the pain and pushes more blood into the surgery area to help heal. ... (6 replies)
... I was thinking the same thing. Also the fact that I only did physical therapy for about 6 weeks and then the insurance company denied any more therapy sessions. Even the OS agreed that I needed more therapy. (6 replies)
... hi friend, I think, too much blood and maybe some impingement cause your foot swollen , and inflammation in you ankle make stiff. ... (6 replies)
... I sustained an injury at work on April 24, 2013 where my foot got caught on a huge pothole on the ground and inverted my left ankle pretty badly. My ATFL and CFL were both torn. My job has a clinic on site and I was taken there. Surprisingly I was able to walk there. ... (6 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)
... When I was your age I was a runner. I was pushed in a cross country meet and fell and broke my fibula except I didn't know it. I have a very high pain tolerance and parents who didn't listen to complaints. So I broke it Saturday and practiced Monday until the coach said I had to stop until I had an Ace wrap. ... (24 replies)
... position. I had some muscle pain for about a week after that but the worst of it stopped within minutes of the cast being removed. ... (1 replies)
... so they thought I was presenting with less pain than I had. ... (12 replies)
... anxiety which I manage with maintenance medication. I used to jog 5Ks until I sprained my ankle 4 times in 7 months. ... (4 replies)
... Today, my incision sites from the arthroscope I had, the front of ankle, and the brostrom scar are all slightly swollen and bruised. My ankle is not swollen at all and i'm not in pain but I am definitely uncomfortable. ... (0 replies)
... and that she had spoken to an orthopedist in the hall who told her that some people prefer surgery to the feeling of instability. She set me up to see him but told me that she chose him because he was unlikely to do surgery. ... (13 replies)
... Wow, you've been through a lot. A family member is recovering from a partial nephrectomy in the hospital right now and after a smooth surgery has had a bunch of things pop up today. That's a rough operation. ... (14 replies)
... At one point they questioned if that was what I'd done but the xray was negative for it and I think it was probably peroneal pain at the insertion point. Since my peroneals didn't start clicking consistently until this spring I don't know when they were first hurt. ... (9 replies)
... ing to be a huge expense and I'm well qualified to do some therapy myself beyond home exercises once things are progressing well. I just moved here weeks before surgery but I'll have to see if my mom or I can remember where the free weights are for arms. I don't know how much energy I have but I should start working them. ... (9 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle arthroscopy, ankle surgery, anxiety, depression, pain management, peroneal tendon, post operation, return to work, sadness, tendon pain, tendon repair surgery

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