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How long does it typically take to recover after having your ankle scoped?

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Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Podiatry
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In brief: Depends

It depends on what exactly is planned for your arthroscopy; joint lining clean up, repair of talar dome lesion, ligament repair, etc.
Non weight bearing can be anywhere from just a few days to as long as 6 weeks. You should discuss the surgical plan with your surgeon as he or she is best suited to fully answer this for you.

In brief: Depends

It depends on what exactly is planned for your arthroscopy; joint lining clean up, repair of talar dome lesion, ligament repair, etc.
Non weight bearing can be anywhere from just a few days to as long as 6 weeks. You should discuss the surgical plan with your surgeon as he or she is best suited to fully answer this for you.
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
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Dr. John Kayvanfar
Sports Medicine

In brief: See the answer

What was the scope for. Usually two weeks.
If there is problem. Check for thyroid problems, uric acid, and crp, ana, and rf. Uric acid must be blow 6.0. Do not forget with gouty attack in ankle always the value stays normal.

In brief: See the answer

What was the scope for. Usually two weeks.
If there is problem. Check for thyroid problems, uric acid, and crp, ana, and rf. Uric acid must be blow 6.0. Do not forget with gouty attack in ankle always the value stays normal.
Dr. John Kayvanfar
Dr. John Kayvanfar
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