In Ask Maya 11 I’m answering one of the most common questions I get on a regular basis. Most people want to know when they’ll get back to normal. In this episode, I’m answering Chris’s question, as well as everyone who wants to know this.
“I fractured my tibia and fibula on January 30th. I got surgery February 7th and I got two screws.
I got surgery again April 20th to remove the screws.
I got told by the doctor I can start walking and get rid of crutches and I have, but I still can’t bend the ankle.
I can walk but with a limp. And I am supposed to get therapy but it’s not till next week. I want to start doing some stretches. What do you recommend to expedite the process? How long do you think it will take me to be at 100% range of motion of the ankle?“
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Glad you find this helpful, Pearl xx
Thank you Maya!! Your insight is much appreciated.
You’re very welcome, Sandra ❤ xx
Thank you for this video. I broke my ankle 3 1/2 month ago and had a surgery with plates and screws. Walking with a cane and working hard doing all the exercises. I have a great therapist. However, that great therapist one session assigned to me a new therapist for half an hour to help me with exercises about month ago and guess what he told me “You will never will be 100% your will never will be the same”. His words hurt me so much that I sobbed without stop. I told my original therapist that I do not want to believe what he ever said and do not want him ever helping me. His negative statement affected me for a few weeks and I was very depressed. But, now I am putting all this behind me and want to believe that I definitely will be back and whole again as before. Right now I am working on my balance and do not have balance control on a soft mat so I worried. However, hopeful that everything will be ok. Sometimes, I get depressed over it. I am 60 yrs old and used to be very active before the accident, walking 3 to 4 miles a day and dancing. So, I am praying to be the same as before. Thank you for your video.
Oh, Sophi, I’m so sorry you had to experience this. Words have power – much, much bigger than what some medical professionals realize. Good for you that you’re leaving this behind and focusing on your progress. Keep me updated, beautiful ❤ xx