Recovery from tarsal tunnel release takes about how long?

It really depends. There are different methods to perform this procedure, some more involved then others. Even the size of the incision can be highly variable, the larger the incision, the more dissection. So there are clear variables.
Upto a year. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a compression neuropathy in which the tibial nerve is compressed as it travels through the tarsal tunnel. Patients complain of numbness in the foot radiating to the big toe and the first three toes, pain, burning, shooting sensations, and tingling over the base of the foot and the heel. Long standing problem takes longer to recover even up to a year.

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Had tarsal tunnel release 10 mo. Ago, all of a sudden having ankle pain which is leading to some heal pain. Could this be a reocurrance?

Tough to say. Without an exam. It certainly could be, but an EMG, which I suspect you had in the past with your history, would be able to be compared with the previous and your answer would be forthcoming. Read more...
Possible. an emg/ncv comparison may be useful. Read more...

I have varicose veins wrapped around my tibial nerve with all of pain. Should they be removed. Have had a tarsal tunnel release 10 weeks ago.

Maybe. If your varicose veins are very painful then removal may be a good option for you. You will have to decide i pain or risk of surgery is more important. You might want to make sure you are well healed from the tarsal surgery before undergoing another. Maybe some of the pain is related to the tarsal surgery? Read more...
Tibial nerve veins. The TT release is in the area of the tarsal tunnel behind the medial ankle bone. In this area, varicosities may be in communication with the posterior tibial vein which is a deep vein. Sclerotherapy injection could inadvertently cause a deep vein thrombosis. I recommend seeing a board certified vein specialist to evaluate this condition. Read more...