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I have peroneal tendon subluxation in both ankles. My podiatrist put me in a cast on the one that is worse for five weeks, and then in physical therapy for four weeks. PT says he can do no more. It is no better - tendons still popping, and I can hardly walk. I went back to the doc, who is now insisting on a month of prescription NSAID - will not listen to my request for surgery.
The thing is, all the journal articles I've read say that conservative treatment is rarely successful, and that surgery IS successful for this. I have been unable to find anyone who has successfully regained ankle function from non-surgical treatment.
I'd love to hear your experiences.
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