Am 32 years of age. i had a bad autocrash 18months ago with a fracture to my talus. surgery was carreied out 2 weeks later with screws. pain persisted for over a year after surgery.1 year post operation the screws were removed after examination revealed union of the talus as doctor suggested the screws could be resposible for the pain. pain still persist only when i try to walk. what else can i do. am a trainee architect in africa. i need to walk again pls. kindly help.
Injuries to the head, neck, or body of the talus can interfere with normal coupled motion of these joints and result in permanent pain, loss of motion, and deformity. Outcomes vary widely and are related to the degree of initial fracture displacement. Nondisplaced fractures have a favorable outcome in most cases. Posttraumatic hindfoot arthrosis has been reported to occur in more than 90% of patients with displaced talus fractures.This could be causing the pain.You should consult your physician regarding post traumatic hind foot arthrosis.
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