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Achilles tendon operation done. Lopsided and swollen Leg, have muscle wasting. Looking for treatment

Hi I had an Achilles tendon operation 3 years ago,every thing went well till i got the cast of after 5 weeks was sent down to physio on the same day but i fell straight on to it and it swelled up bigger than previous injury.Now to this day im walking with a limp and my foot has gone lopsided,and also my toe next t my big toe stands up ,i also have muscle wasting, do you think ive done more damage to it and what will i need to stop my lag from wasting any more
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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I want to suggest you to meet a orthopaedic surgeon and get your self examined. Also i want to see ultrasound report of your leg. According to that we can plan our next step. if tendon is still torn it will need a repeat surgery. If it is intact then we have to find out the cause of pain. Till then take Pregabalin and Methylcobal and Brufen tablet for pain relief.
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