5 months post op

My first two tennis league matches were both wins (doubles)!
I have discontinued Physical Therapy because my gym classes are just as good if not better for strength training
Still have a limp after running around, but I know this will go away. It doesn’t hurt at all.
Still have the bump on the one side where the anchor came out a little, also doesn’t hurt
Can not do a single calf raise yet on the recovering side
Recovery is going great!
no more planar fasciitis or warm foot
Will post changes at 6 months, I should see the surgeon for the last time by then.

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