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Midfoot arthodesis
Oct 19, 2014
... I am guessing you meant Arthrodesis or fusion of the midfoot. Did your surgeon tell you how many bones in your midfoot he is fusing? ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I just had a midfoot fusion of the 5 metatarsal joints in November. ... (1 replies)
... I went through this exact procedure in 82 while in the Navy. The reason was from a fall rock climbing. My foot has given me fits ever since. Right now I'm trying to get the Veterans Administration to something about it. I was Discharged because of not being able to complete the physical requirements for re-enlistment. If you get this in time, I would make sure that this is the... (21 replies)

... Rays and other scans revealed that the bone was not proper in the first place and was broken in more that 2 pieces. I will have to go through a midfoot fusion procedure where they would remove the navicular and replace it with a piece of hip that would be fusionned with the help of screws to the adjacent bones. ... (21 replies)
... subtalar, talonavicular, and calcaneocuboid joints. The other two joints are part of the midfoot and right in front of the spot where the ankle meets the foot. ... (11 replies)
... by pressing over the midfoot AS WELL AS OVER THE FUSION AREA!. ... (5 replies)
... In either case, fusion should improve arthritis pain, although it takes a long time to recover fully from the surgery. ... (3 replies)
... ear that you are playing, sounds like things are coming around for you. You too Hooty, it takes a while, I also felt like an old man when I walked for the first time once I was cleared. ... (40 replies)
... n't know you and am not a doctor anyway, but my feeling and what I hear from medical people is that any kind of bone surgery is major work, and it takes a lot of time to recover from. It's not like tissue surgery, like an ACL in the knee where they start rehabbing it the same day they cut it open. ... (40 replies)
... happy holidays hootie and db, hope you are doing well. i'm doing ok I guess. i'm now down to part time in the walking boot but having some pain issues that I hope are not serious but I am worried. ... (40 replies)
... Rwood - Locofoot and I share some very strange coincidences regarding Lisfranc injuries (they both happened on the same day - and both happended on a racquetball court). Search for posts by both of us and you can read the details. Like you, when I was first diagnosed with Lisfranc and did some online research. All I could find were horror stories, multiple surgeries and... (4 replies)
... for my severe bunions. They did fusion on the middle of the 1st metatarsal. ... (22 replies)
Subtalar fusion
Jan 2, 2007
... and the recovery time was generally 9 months. I did get pt after the bones were fused and I think the pt was really, really important. ... (4 replies)
... some mashed up pieces of bones from my foot and hip in place of my fractured bone and that the whole thing should be fusionned with the help of some screws. The recovery could take up to 9 months. I am not really looking forward to it! ... (21 replies)
Fusion Buddies
Jun 20, 2006
... Well, I am almost 11 weeks into my midfoot fusion recovery and I am really nervous because I get the results of my recent xrays today! I am still pwb but I have to admit I have cheated a little and my foot feels okay. ... (45 replies)
... just way too much time on my hands with my foot up on the couch! It has been about two months now of nwb and pwb and I am sick of the crutches!!! The good news is that my next appt. ... (21 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)
... I have a fusion coming up in the beginning of April and I am really nervous but also eager to get it over with! ... (13 replies)
... Right gastroc recession and dorsiflexion osteotomy midfoot fusion and tarsometatarsal first, second and third, lateral displacing calcaneal, peroneus longus to peroneus brevis and plantar fascia release. ... (30 replies)
... forefoot started to turn out at the midfoot as if to completely dislocate from the midfoot. Horrible pain. ... (0 replies)


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