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... I have a navicular stress fracture, and on June 4 I was put in a cast and on crutches. At five weeks, because the foot looked and felt good, they gave me a NWB boot. ... (7 replies)
... Hello. My foot problems began when I had severe pain in the upper part of my foot, due to arthritis from an old injury years before, just above the arch. ... (0 replies)
... I'm a flatfoot reconstruction alumni! I had my left foot reconstructed in February 2010...so 4 yrs ago. I had an accessory navicular bone in the arch of my foot that I was born with and it caused my arch to fall over the years.. I'm 55 yrs old, so I don't go out and run marathons or anything! ... (30 replies)

... Hi. I'm so sorry you're going through this after all the recovery steps you went through. I had my left foot done 4 yrs ago...flatfoot reconstruction, extra navicular bone removed, tendon transfer, calcaneus neck lengthening with cadaver bone graft. ... (6 replies)
Bone simulator
Jul 3, 2004
... This hardware was removed because I was allergic to the steel. There was a lot of swelling and pain. The graft was taken from my heel last July to fuse the navicular bone to the first cuboid. I have had seven fusions in three differect proceedures. The first proceedure was to fuse the big toe like yours. ... (4 replies)
Bone Stimulator
Jul 29, 2008
... union of a stress fracture of the navicular. It isn't proven for that bone, so i didn't have a lot of faith in it, and in the end had surgery on the foot anyway. ... (8 replies)
... Go by what your foot tells You. are you using a bone stimulator ? ... (20 replies)
Foot surgery
Aug 25, 2008
... e midfoot. I think I had a very unusual outcome, because my joints did not fuse completely. My doctor had no explanation and decided to redo the surgery with a bone graft. I also started using a bone stimulator right after surgery. Luckily, that surgery in 2006 was completely successful! ... (17 replies)
Bone Stimulator
Jul 30, 2008
... you had a navicular fracture. I just posted about it in a different thread. I'm worried about nonunion too, since apparently they're hard to heal. ... (8 replies)
... y first post, but I have been reading the boards for quite sometime. I had surgery last Oct, which included a subtalar arthrodesis, FDL tendon transfer, 1st, 2nd navicular cuniform fusion, gastric strayer lengthening and the removal of a accessory navicular bone. ... (59 replies)
... ortho doctor acted like I had postier tibial tendinitis too, but after my surgery this past sept 15 by my great surgeon he did 20 procedures including a cadaver bone fussion and two big screws in my heel to realign it, ,my surgery lasted 6 and a half hours. ... (2 replies)
... Lauralei, I see you had a Brostrom Procedure too? I had that done just recently as my last, hopefully, surgery. Question, did you have burning sensations in that area for awhile? It just burns sometimes and even ice doesn't help. It eventually goes away. I have yet to ask the doctor but my pt says it's normal. Thought maybe you had the same sensations as me, if not,... (21 replies)
... I had my entire ankle reconstructed in Feb. 2013, along with having my Accessory Navicular bone removed and my Gastroc. recession done, and 2 ligaments on top of my foot were tightened and now sport an anchor to hold them tight. ... (21 replies)
... be quick. A few years ago, I had a Peroneal Tendon repair with calcaneal osteotomy. The surgery was successful for about a year, and then, I also felt like my foot was collapsing. My surgeon did a talonavicular and calcealcuboid fusion to solve the instability. ... (8 replies)
... Diane, the Biggest Reason that people need fusions is Because of arthritis. People who has had a lot of ankle problems, or the Cartlidge just wears out. (12 replies)
... cuneiform. I had a fusion done a couple years ago which resulted in a nonunion. Originally, my fusion was healing but then after about 3 months, my foot stopped feeling any better. The ct scan confirmed that the fusion had stopped healing and by 7 months, it was declared a non union. ... (12 replies)
... What I am looking at is harvesting of bone marrow from my hip, an piece of bone from my own tibia and then also a cadaver piece. ... (6 replies)
... cuneiform fusion which never healed correctly and I ended up with a revision using iliac bone graft. Luckily, that surgery worked! The bone graft site is definitely painful for the first couple of weeks, but with all the surgery you have had, I am sure you can handle it. ... (60 replies)




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