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Painful: As most bones would feel when broken. ...Read more
A condition where there is progressive degeneration of one or more joints. Symptoms may include joint pain, swelling, decreased motion, and stiffness. The two most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, which is associated first with articular cartilage breakdown with a component of inflammation, and rheumatoid arthritis, which is a systemic autoimmune disorder that affects joint linings first and secondarily ...Read more
What was the surgery: Generally speaking you can follow post op orders, don't smoke, if you had bony surgery make sure it d levels are normal. Other than that you can't speak up bone healing it takes roughly 6-8 weeks for bone to heal. ...Read more
Chipped tarsal navicular that never healed so was recommended to have chip removed. How is recovery for this?
Chip off the old blk: Depending on the size of the "chip" the healing can be around 3-4 weeks. There are times when total recovery can take months or even longer. ...Read more
What would be a simple way to help with an accessory navicular and over pronation at home with custom orthotics.
Not Simple.: I'm not sure what you are asking. Many people has an accessory navicular and have absolutely no symptoms. Are you having pain or are just wanting to control pronation. Seek the consult of a specialist to help determine just how to address you concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if i just found out after 21 months, that my talon navicular fusion is a non union? What does this mean?
My chipped tarsal navicular never healed after 4 months so dr said they can remove the chip. Should I have this done?
Maybe?: Is this a trauma fracture or an avulsion of an accessory bone? How big is the fracture fragment and how much is it separated? Also how was this initially treated? All this questions have to be answered first. A majority of the Posterior Tibial Tendon inserts into this bone and Sometimes the contraction can lead to an avulsion fracture. You need to be casted and off weight bearing for 2 months. ...Read more
Got diagnosed with navicular accessory type 3 and gave me a boot but its un comfortable should i buy a better on for comfort and faster recovery?
Comfort Is Important: If you are having pain with the accessory navicular it is best to immobilize it via a CAM walker (boot) to prevent you from putting excess pressure on the area. If you are able to tolerate this that would be in your best interest. If it is still painful it would be best to get a more comfortable CAM walker or to ask your doctor about a corticosteroid injection for treatment of pain and swelling. ...Read more
Follow surgeons: Post op orders. Are you having a problem of some sort? ...Read more
Can you tell me what to expect with someone who has had surgery to remove an accessory navicular?
A time period of : Off weight bearing after the surgery...Until doc thinks its safe., ... ...Read more
Diagnosed with navicular accessory and wanted to know what type of cardio workout can i do because i like bike?
Not to Access.: An accessory navicular is, in its self, is not a problem. The concern is the issue becomes symptomatic. Many times the problem will resolve with rest and care not to stress the area. Depending on the severity, you might restrict you cardio to bike riding. This is best answered by tour treating doctor. ...Read more
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