Still waiting to be fully mobile after Plantar Fascia Surgery and Heel Spur Removal

by Tammy
(Canada)


I am 45, 15lbs overweight and started having problems with my foot in 06.

I had surgery for both a huge heel spur of 7mm and part of the plantar Fascia cut on 7/09/09.

It was a very fast in and out my foot felt better. I was told to start to weight bear at 1 week and progressively put more weight on it over the next couple of weeks. Also to go to physio for 10 weeks.

It has now been 6 weeks and I have numbness in my baby toe to the fascia which is painful when walking.

I can now walk for about 3 hrs max but have to use a cane after. My ankle hurts a lot which it never did before, and the top of my foot sometimes speads out in a spasam.

I should mention that I have full range of motion and lots of strengh in the foot. I have no pain in the facia but my heel hurts after walking.

Unfortunately, I have had bad luck with physio and have changed offices so next week I see an new person and hopefully he can help me get the hoof back working again.

Wish me luck and hopefully over the next few months everthing will be normal. I hope.



----



Joshua Answers:

Hello Tammy.

You have all my best wishes, and good luck! I hope you have a full recovery too.

And thank you very much for sharing your experience.



Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expert
www.TendonitisExpert.com
















Subscribe to The Tendonitis Expert Newsletter Today!

For TIPS, TRICKS, and up-to-date Tendonitis information you need!


Email


Name



Then



Don't worry -- your e-mail address is totally secure.

I promise to use it only to send you The Tendonitis Expert Newsletter.






























Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Plantar Fasciitis Surgery Stories.