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... I am doing better as far as the rehab on getting my walking legs back. I still am experiencing the sural nerve pain on the outside of my foot. ... (8 replies)
... snapping sensation near where the peroneal tendon is. One doctor said this is due to the tendon thickening after the sprain, another said it is subluxation. ... (8 replies)
... is it the torn tendon catching on things or do you also have sublexation? ... (8 replies)

... Speaking from experience this is my first injury that happened last august. I had a fracture and was booted and then tried to rehab it once out of the boot like I was told to see if I could avoid surgery. This is after failing the doctors simple tests they can do with manipulation. ... (14 replies)
... Hi! I don't think my surgery was as serious as yours, but I will throw in my 2 cents anyway! ... (18 replies)
... I have been experiencing this dull aching pain along the outside of my heel after I've been up on my feet all day. It's lower than I expect peroneal tendon pain to be and not over my achilies so I'm unsure of what it is. Anyone have any thoughts or insight? ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 64 yo male with a worn out left foot. Five days ago I had peroneal tendon repair including fusing the two together, deepening of the bone groove, and calcaneal osteotomy. ... (32 replies)
... i had other damages but specifically the peroneal injury and sublexation is what scared me the most because when mine popped out it send shockwaves of pain along the nerve path. ... (20 replies)
... I have posted a few times and your answers have been most helpful. I had a peroneal tendon repaired on the 5th of November. ... (11 replies)
... Hi all! New here, hoping for some advice on whether I should have surgery on my right ankle. I've been in a walking boot for about 2 weeks, but I haven't seen much improvement yet. ... (1 replies)
... Ok, it is the same tendon. But I've never heard of that. You must have a specific tear that causes the toe thing. Peroneal tears hurt though. When I had surgery mine had scar tissue holding them together although I'd torn them several times. The last few months before surgery were pretty painful with them. ... (75 replies)
... In ten days I get my cast off and will begin PT. I had tendon repair, ankle scope, and Brostrom procedure. I know all too well how PT goes for tendon repair but am curious what the foot will feel like after Brostrom. Is there a lot of stiffness? ... (2 replies)
... I also had brostrum type repair with fix to peroneal tendon and its cover. I also had a jones fracture from an incident last august. ... (13 replies)
... t it is a young lacrosse player who had his anterior tibialis severed playing hockey, resulting in foot drop.I believe he suffered nerve damage as well. He had a tendon transfer and resumed playing lacrosse. I happen to know that he is STILL playing years later as I found him online and saw he is in a lacrosse league. ... (32 replies)
... i had a jones fracture, brostrum and peroneal and its cover repair. i did not have groove deepening though and not sure why? ... (11 replies)
... Its an amazing feeling at the same time a bit scary, im very careful on it as i treat it as very unstable...it isnt and the doc said wow its healed gret and tendon is well back and in a good place and seems stable, but to me all that time i want to take it slow. ... (19 replies)
... I posted before on whether or not I needed surgery and turns out I really did. I had a split tear in both my peroneal brevis and longus and both were frayed and damaged beyond what conservative care and PT could fix. ... (0 replies)
... s such as basketball and soccer. Unfortunately as I was prepared for a standard scope and not the microfracture I believe I made some rookie mistakes in my early rehab and feel I may need this surgery done again in the future and could possibly have a more advanced cartilage regeneration procedure than a microfracture. ... (19 replies)
... alf. I had a hell of a time, way worse than normal getting mine, but I am SO glad I had the surgery. And immobilization is totally dr to dr and case to case. One surgery I was WB right away, most of them not though. ... (32 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)


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