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What happens before and after a navicular bone surgery on my feet?

What happens before and after a navicular bone surgery on my feet?

Healing: Fracture starts healing. Reduction & internal fixation brings the fragments together and it accelerates the healing in correct allignment. ...Read more

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Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more


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Can you tell me if my foot (navicular bone) is broken?

Can you tell me if my foot (navicular bone) is broken?

No: That will require obtaining a medical history, performing a medical examination and x-ray (or other radiographic study) to make an accurate assessment. ...Read more

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Break a navicular bone in foot, what to do?

See a foot doc: Would all depend on how bad the break was. Sometimes bones get a stress fracture, sometimes they break in pieces or dislocate, so would need more info.. I just treated one few weeks ago and all they needed was a cam walker boot for few weeks.... ...Read more

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I have a broken navicular bone in foot., what to do?

I have a broken navicular bone in foot., what to do?

Immobilization: The foot needs to be in the cast or a fracture walker, weight bearing on the heel only may be allowed for a while. ...Read more

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When will i be back to full fitness from a broken navicular foot bone?

Have A Look..: See: http://www.Footeducation.Com/navicular-stress-fracture know that the navicular has a limited blood supply. So, healing following stress fracture takes at least 6 weeks, probably longer if you're bearing weight. A sports orthopedic consultation is in order. ...Read more

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Please let me know if there is a some kind of brace for navicular or medial cuneiform (foot bone)?

Please let me know if there is a some kind of brace for navicular or medial cuneiform (foot bone)?

Foot bone: Inserts for shoes help the navicular bone because the arch is effected by this bone. Cuneiform not as important and bracing is usually not a problem. ...Read more