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Old 07-21-2009, 04:17 PM   #1
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Ankle stiffness after heel osteotomy

Looking for input from others that have had a heel osteomy. I am finding it very difficult to walk. I have pain around the ankle just above the incision and to the front of the foot. Is this caused from being inmobile for all those previous weeks or is there something more going on????? It hurts to do ankle circles and to turn the foot to the inside. Or is this all just stiffness.. I am at a loss.

 
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