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Comment : Re: Great post
Posted by ari on Tue 8:27pm 11 September 2007


There are alot of variables such as age, whether one smokes, eating habits, the nature of the fracture, your level of activity before the injury and who your OS is.

As far as my experience is concerned, after my first tibia break,I experienced pain for about 3 months after I began walking. It took about a year for me to run pain free.

after my ankle break, it took about six months for me to run pain free.

Every once and a while, I get some aches particularly after a strenuous workout but it doesn't bother me much.

Also, after incurring an injury that involves a joint, such as an ankle, there's always the possibility of arthritis setting in. However, if the bones are properly set and aligned, the possibility of this occurring is greatly reduced.

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