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... ve Learned To Deal With The Different Ways I Have To Walk Though Still Have A Small Limp But Only Notice It When I Haven't Been Walking On It Have To Stretch The Ankle Before Walking After Sitting For Long Periods. As For Shoes I Have Tried Many Diffrent Kinds Some Work Much Better Than Others Just Experiment If You Can. ... (193 replies)
... I had surgery in march of 2017 subtaral joint fusion of right ankle well its been almost 8 months and had alot of problems i went to pt from june till now including aqua therapy and now i find out my bones didn t fuse now that explains alot and now more surgery he will have to fix my achilles tendon along with the fusion with plates and more screws help me with any advice (2 replies)
... hey tried putting me in a cam walker, orthotics, and physical therapy. None of those worked so I ended up getting a subtalar implant in December 2009. I've had problems ever since I've had it and had to give up running. Recently I went to see a foot and ankle orthopedic and he sent me to get a CT scan. ... (7 replies)

... ways a constant from phantom needle pain to burning toes from added back injury that I also sustained as well as a total ACL and other ligaments in my knee. Your fusion to ankle will follow possibly with future arthritis in it. I still take some pain meds as needed and chronic naproxen user. ... (12 replies)
... Good luck, I too still have pain after 1st MTP fusion, but I have fibial sessmoid pain. My first surgery was a buinionectomy in 2008, then I had the joint fused due to arthritis and in hopes it would take cae of the sesmoid pain in January 2010. I have had nothing but problems. Hope you fare better. (11 replies)
... It sounds to me like you had a midfoot fusion, but of course the best way to find out is to ask your surgeon. Several years ago, I had a midfoot fusion to stabilize my ankle, as all other more conservative procedures failed. ... (5 replies)
... Hello! I just found this forum aftre months of looking for other people with the same foot problems as myself and I think it is great.. ... (8 replies)
... silly as it sounds but I did lots of research on the other procedures, but not on the fusion and didnt catch on how they would actually carry out a fusion!! ... (7 replies)
... revision with bone from my ankle which seldom bothers me. ... (17 replies)
... the tips.....all the advice I can get is welcome now that I have to learn all the "tricks" of living without the use of my big toe. I have started massaging the fusion site already, I always massage my incsions and there is alot of tissue in the area so I thought that might help. ... (23 replies)
... Jennie, Thanks so much for the info. It is not too much at all. I agree with you that I will not have surgery until I can't live with it. I just can't go through a fourth surgery. I refuse to do anything more until my older children are in college. They are 15 and 17 now. At our house we are all tired of me being incapacitated. I am tired of my 11 year old vacuuming... (7 replies)
... or fusion down the road was possible. At the time I was 29 and my dr wanted to save my joint if her could. ... (7 replies)
Subtalar fusion
Aug 2, 2003
... Yesterday I went in to see a Sports Medicine doctor and it was suggested that I needed a subtalar fusion. I have had continous problems and 3 surgeries, one which was a complete ankle reconstruction, with no success. ... (0 replies)
... that. We tried lace up brace, wedge in shoe, shot infoot, and finally custom made brace but foot kept worsening and was also very unstable and would feel like my ankle wad going to come out of the socketand I was in pain. ... (17 replies)
... the toes already curving back to each other does not sound like a successful job. I strongly encourage you to get a second opinion now from a certified foot and ankle specialist, and most would suggest an orthopedist who specializes in the foot and ankle. ... (1 replies)
... No problems Macatha! ... (53 replies)
... Hey man. There is a doctor at HSS. His name is John Kennedy. I have been going to him for the last 3 years or so. He is one of the best out there for ankle problems. Half way through he stopped taking insurance but I kinda got grandfathered in so he took care of me in that respect. ... (270 replies)
... Anyway, I would keep appealing. My OS that had no problems with BCBS is in Boise, ID. Dr. Michael Coughlin if that helps! He's a top ankle surgeon! ... (59 replies)
... age transplant and something called distraction. Both are great if successful, but often they fail. Otherwise, you can replace or fuse the joint. Trouble with fusion is that it doesn't move, and you might then start getting problems in your knee, arch and toes. ... (6 replies)
... I hear ya, HP70...this whole thing is depressing,,,so easy to eat...fortunately for me, I didn't gain any weight,,,and actually lost some...(probably muscle...unfortunately) I knew cause of the porous ankle, I was going to have to have the extra two screws removed eventually,,the other three would stay unless they caused problems. However, this weekend my husband and I... (40 replies)


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