Avascular Necrosis In His Ankle Disappeared In 4 Weeks – A Kevin Maas Story
Kevin went to Romania in 2015 and a holiday that was supposed to be fun, with a lot of outdoor activities, ended up badly.
He loves hiking, but on one of his hikes he lost his footing, fell and ended up with a few fractures. Out of these, the ankle was the worst. It was a Hawkins type III fracture, which means that his talus bone was fractured, dislocated, and displaced as well.
He had surgery in Romania but when he returned to the United States, he learned about the seriousness of his injury. Patients with this kind of fractures usually develop avascular necrosis (AVN).
*Avascular necrosis (AVN), also called osteonecrosis or bone infarction, is death of bone tissue due to interruption of the blood supply.
At the second visit to the surgeon, he had an MRI and sadly this started becoming his story – avascular necrosis started creeping in.
In this interview, Kevin shares how he managed to turn things around in just 4 weeks. His doctor had never seen anything like this in 30 years of practicing medicine.
Get ready for a boost of hope.
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