I guess all the self flexing and the fact that I gingerly walked so early on my own helped me strengthen my tendons. I have been massaging my leg, and stretching my foot, and rolling my foot about to gain flexibility.
Got my fingers crossed worried on 20 Aug at 1: Get it checked out. Like a bell curve. Good luck and good healing, and start a blog of your own.
Some are so mild that you may not even notice any symptoms, while others can be life-threatening. I walk at home without the boot, but not confident to go outside or on stairs without it.
Informedness has been shown to have desirable characteristics for Machine Learning versus other common definitions of Kappa such as Cohen Kappa and Fleiss Kappa. John on 04 Nov at Sorry to hear about your injury. What I want to know is anyone has had any stiffness this long after surgery in the ankle area.
When you walk like that after a rupture, you tear it off completely. MTowers on 24 Jul at 2: I do squats in it also. I will update as to the progress and what the e-stim seems to contribute in terms of preventing atrophy and aiding in recovery.
I mean right on the floor where you lay. Instructed me to remove one of two wedges at week 4, and the final wedge at week 6 post-op, in which at that time, I have my 2nd follow-up.
My doctor tells me after 2 weeks I can start bearing some weight. I have a very busy lifestyle and also not able to lay around all day. Raul on 23 Aug at 7: The agressive rehab is key. Just increasing strength and endurance. An accelerated recovery my opinion is key.
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