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... I just found this board after searching the internet for answers and after reading many posts, I feel like coming to this forum for help is my only option for help. ... (0 replies)
... where hopefully I'm getting my cast off and moving into the boot and hopefully start weight bearing and PT. Getting nervous because the bone pain and the tendon pain have made this surgery much more painful than my first ligament only surgery. ... (13 replies)
... I don't want to hijack dcarchibald's thread, but since It sounds like he has peroneal tendon issues and might face the same surgery, I will share briefly. I have had a fantastic,experience! ... (6 replies)

... in August 2010. I am very grateful for having the surgery. Prior to surgery, I walked with a bad limp and was always in pain. After being in a boot forever followed by a cast for 4 weeks I decided to have the surgery. ... (38 replies)
... I'm losing the will to live! I'm almost 3 months into recovery since my last surgery and the pain is horrific. ... (37 replies)
Surgery! Uugghh!
Nov 15, 2005
... I had a modified brostrom and my debridement surgery was a separate surgery. The Cristman Snook is a more invasive procedure because part of the peroneal tendon is harvested to reconstruct the ATFL and PTFL. Your ankle should be pretty tight and stable afterwards and you probably won't regain full ROM. ... (2 replies)
... I had both plus Peroneal tendon repair last June 13. So I don't know the Brostrom recovery exactly but I can tell you that having ankle stability back after 5 years is great. ... (10 replies)
... Unfortunately it does take time. I had my surgery June 13. I did have my ligaments repaired as well as a scope so I had a little more done than you which may affect timelines a bit. ... (2 replies)
... I can only share my story. I ripped apart all the bodies on the outside of my ankle and got a jones fracture from a single accident. ... (2 replies)
... Hi L.O! Thanks for the welcome. At the time of my two surgeries I have been in good shape so hopefully that worked in my favour but having woken up to a microfracture and my Surgeon being a man of very few words he simply said he thought soccer was out of the question for the future. ... (19 replies)
... and I was NWB for 4 weeks. In a fiberglass cast for 2 wks and boot for another 6. At 5 wks I was FWB and back to work as an ICU RN for 13 hour days. ... (3 replies)
... so im sorta scared this is my first surgery other then tonsils which i dont remember, i just want to kno about the pain and hospital stay, she says i will be in a soft cast for 3 weeks after 2 weeks stitches will be taken out and then hard cast for 6 weeks, non wieght baring the whole time. ... (2 replies)
... trying to put small amounts of weight on my foot, like when I am standing...instead of holding my cast leg up off the ground, I am putting it on the ground with a little bit of weight. That is really all I can do at this moment. The pain is still too great. ... (10 replies)
... The boot that goes over the cast is still too bulky to drive with and you can't safely drive with a cast anyway. Plus there is the slam on the brakes test and it will take time before you can do that. ... (15 replies)
... Even if you were put into a boot, which I was along with pt after a few weeks its too big and clunky to safely operate the cars I have been in and again no good for the repairs let alone having the strength to stomp on the pedal. ... (15 replies)
... Everybody is different I guess. I had brostrum type procedure as well as fixing peroneal tendon and its cover due to sublexation april 26th. Also got a jones fracture during the initial injury august 2013. ... (6 replies)
... I just had a Brostrom plus other stuff for the 2nd time this past Feb. the tendons popping out from behind the fibula are your peroneal tendons and they are subluxing. This is common after history of ankle sprains. ... (7 replies)
... But because I'm in the healthcare field and I've had this done once before AND this will be a more in depth surgery, it's made it harder for me to commit to signing up. But I'm tired of being in pain and my ankle not being stable. ... (77 replies)
... I've been following all the posts and thought maybe I'd pass on my experience. I had PTT and Peroneal Brevis Tendon replacement surgery 1 month ago. After almost 2 years of conservative treatment, surgery was my only other option. ... (246 replies)
Ankle sprains
Aug 1, 2017
... and even then I could bear weight on it, didn't need any crutches and did sports just a few days afterwards with the ankle taped. ... (7 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle instability, ankle ligament reconstruction recovery, atfl, brostrom, lateral ligament surgery

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