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What Antibiotic Causes A Tear In The Achillies Tendon
How long does the achillies tendon take to attach enough to be outta risk of tearing it from surgery.
A good repair: Will b ready for sports after u follow the surgeon's plan in about 6 months. 6-8 wks 2 heal well and then a long rehab 2 gain motion, then strength of the muscles along with a slow introduction of walking, straight line running, then cutting, ; then jumping. I usually found this takes 6-8 months. Don't push it. Rehab of a re do takes longer ; does not do as well. Take care! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two choices: It depends on your overall status as well as the type of tear. The choices include surgery or no surgery. ...Read more
A careful yes: You can run again if you get proper medical attention. Your foot & ankle specialist will evaluate your injury and temporarily put you in a cast or a splint. Then order imaging studies (MRI) before discussing surgical repair if this is the case. To reattach an avulsed achilles tendon, the surgeon uses soft tissue anchors to the heel bone, w/c would allow return to full activities upon healing. ...Read more
Variable: Most don't complain if alot of pain. ...Read more
Ask your surgeon: It is very important to ask your surgeon this question. Using your leg/ankle too soon after surgery could disrupt the repair. If you are still preop, take a friend with you to discuss the risk/benefits of your surgery. If you are after surgery, then call your surgeon for a post operative appointment. ...Read more
How long does achillies tendon take to attach after surgery and can it rupture again while healing?
Achilles Tendon Surg: Surgeries to fix the achilles tendon typically bring the ends of the torn tendon together and have some further reinforcement. Then there is a period of immobilization of 4 to 8 weeks. For every day the achilles is immobized, it typically takes that amount of time to regain enough strength to avoid re-rupture. Therefore, 8 weeks immobilized and then 8 weeks to regain strength. Dr rich blake. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing pain near my heel where achillies tendon connects. I got this injury 3 weeks ago while playing football, how should I treat it?
Healing Heels.: Since you are experiencing pain near your heel and not on your heel, it sounds like you have injured soft tissue, possibly the Achilles tendon. Your description does not include swelling, which is a good sign. Tendons have a reduced blood supply and thus need time to heel. This time should include minimum strenuous activity involving the tendon. You will never know the true extent without imaging ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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