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One year later after FHL transfer

Hard to believe a year has passed since my surgery. I’m walking more or less normally but have been told I need to work on my leg strength before trying to run. I went on a 2 week bus trip that had LOTS of walking through the countryside of France in April and even made it up to the top of Mt. St. Michele cathedral that had over 200 very steep stairs. Truly felt like a pilgrim! My heel feel great. However the tendon along the instep is still very stiff and still semi-numb from the accidental nerve damage which is slowly returning. I still have swelling along the outside of my ankle where I had a torn peroneal brevis repaired at the same time as the Achilles reconstruction. Swimming seems to help, so I guess I’ll try to get to a pool daily now that it’s almost summer. I had to get rid of all my old shoes because I need a whole size larger now and have gotten new orthotics which have really helped my damaged foot. However, they have made the Haglund’s bone spur on left foot start to really ache. Don’t know if I can wear the orthotic on the repaired right foot and not wear one on the left foot. Really don’t want to go through all the surgical pain and recovery all over again.

3 Responses to “One year later after FHL transfer”

  1. normofthenorthon 20 May 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Good luck with it, Deb!

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  3. Huelon 27 Jul 2020 at 6:13 am

    Thank you for updating us one year after this FHL transfer. I appreciate this from you, and I’ll do some work on my best essay writing services reviews now. Hopefully, I can include a lot of content in the reviews about this update.

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