Disrupted Tendon Case Study

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n ultrasound or MRI can be used to show the presence, location, and severity of the tear(s) of a disrupted tendon and also to diagnose paratenonitis, tendinosis, and bursitis To make your recovery as quick as possible and without complications, you will need to be non-weight bearing for the first 2 weeks following surgery, keeping your foot elevated. It is important that you continuously wear the boot, keeping your foot locked in plantar flexion for 2 weeks. Forceful active and passive range of motion of the tendon should be avoided for 10-12 weeks. Following the surgery, watch for signs of infection, poor wound healing and scar tissue formation. After 4 weeks begin regular soft tissue treatments (i.e. scar mobilization and friction massage)
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