Sacroiliac Joint Surgical Solutions

  • There is hope for Sacroiliac (SI) Instability and its associated pathology.

    My Primary diagnosis code: 724.6-Disorders of the Sacrum Let me introduce the surgical procedure code 27216-50(bilateral) which states: Percutaneous skeletal fixation of posterior pelvic bone fracture and/or dislocation, for fracture patterns that disrupt the pelvic ring, unilateral (includes ipsilateral ilium, sacroiliac joint and/or sacrum). IT WAS A MIRACLE on January 17, 2013 I had Minimally… [ Continue Here ]

    There is hope for Sacroiliac (SI) Instability and its associated pathology.

My Proximal & Distal Tibiofibular Joint Pain Starts Here (

Diagnosing Lateral Knee Pain – Proximal / Superior Tibiofibular Joint

Now set free from my chronic condition with Proximal (Superior) Tibiofibular Posterior/Inferior Subluxation that had become a Chronic  Recurrent Proximal Tib-Fib Syndesmosis Dislocation.   HOW?  The Arthrex TightRope Dynamic Stabilization Surgery … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Joint Chronic Instability Posterior-Inferior Subluxation a/o Dislocation

In searching out all my surgical options to stabilize my chronic condition, I found Dr. D. Christopher Main through a search on his name from the Internet Scientific Publications Case Study he authored in 2009.  At the same time,  I also found a … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis-Arthrex TightRope Dynamic Stabilization Surgery

The open reduction and internal fixation of my left proximal tibiofibular syndesmosis dislocation surgical CPT code 27832. The fixation consisted of using 2 Arthrex Knotless TightRopes to  dynamically stabilize the joint as well as a single … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis – Arthrex TightRope Post Surgery Recovery Update #1

My post surgery recovery from the  knotless Arthrex TightRope Dynamic stabilization procedure on my Proximal Tibiofibular Dislocation/Syndesmosis from when I arrived back in Idaho starting on May 22nd, 2013.  Click here to see my prior blog of the … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis-Arthrex TightRope Post Surgery Recovery Update #2

I am now stable and ready for full weight bearing on my left leg and can enjoy freedom again to ride my horse at the 6-week post surgical recovery point  from the open reduction and internal fixation of my left proximal tibiofibular syndesmosis … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis – Arthrex TightRope Post Surgery Recovery Update #3

Pictured at the Beautiful Dworshak Reservoir-Camping, Boating, Swimming and a lot of walking up and down hills. A sense of great accomplishment at 10 weeks of recovery since my surgery. Now I will continue with my story starting at the 7 week post … [Continue Here...]

Proximal Tibiofibular Syndesmosis – Arthrex TightRope Post Surgery Recovery Update #4

9-2-13 - Labor Day - I certainly enjoyed the holiday and I went out and enjoyed a wonderful non-stop 2 hour  trail ride in the beautiful mountains only a few miles away with my sweet horse, "Jewels". It had been my first trail ride since before my SI … [Continue Here...]

Syndesmotic Instability-Proximal Tibiofibular (Tib Fib) Chronic Subluxation-High Rt Ankle Pain

This blog begins my current medical journey now regarding my Right Lower Leg Syndesmotic Instability, Chronic posterior subluxation of my right Proximal (Superior) Tibiofibular (Tib-Fib) joint with deep pain symptoms along the fibula bone of the high … [Continue Here...]

Surgery-RT Leg Proximal & Distal Tib-Fib Joint Syndesmosis Arthrex TightRope Stabilization

Now my right lower leg is having its turn with these Surgical Procedures: Open Reconstruction of my right proximal tib-fib syndesmosis (CPT 27832), Open reduction and internal fixation of right distal tib-fib syndesmosis (CPT 27829), Common peroneal … [Continue Here...]

Proximal & Distal Tibiofibular (Tib-Fib) Joints RT Leg Post Surgery Recovery 2-4 weeks Update #1

4-4-14-What a whirlwind of a medical trip to Missouri and back these past 10 days. Now at a week past my right leg Proximal and Distal Tibiofibular (Tib-Fib) Arthrex Tightrope Dynamic Stabilization Surgery to end the instability of the joints, I was … [Continue Here...]

Proximal & Distal Tib-Fib Syndesmosis RT Leg Post Arthrex TightRope Surgery Recovery 5-9 weeks Update #2

Monday, April 28, 2014 - On this day, Dr. Main and I had my first Skype follow up appointment. He was pleased with my healing thus far and he decided to offer me to be his test case in allowing full weight bearing on my right leg as tolerated with … [Continue Here...]

Proximal / Distal Tib-Fib Rt Leg Surgery Recovery – Major Improvement by 14 weeks Update #3

From my last blog post, I am now updating again my continued excellent recovery from my Proximal and Distal Arthrex TightRope Dynamic Syndesmosis Stabilization Surgery of my Fibula Bone by my orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Main of Midwest Bone and Joint … [Continue Here...]

Chronic Left High Ankle Sprain – Arthrex TightRope Surgery – Stabilize Distal Tib-Fib Syndesmosis

7-10-14 - Back to Bremerton to see Dr. Gent at Kitsap Foot and Ankle Clinic for my pre-surgical appointment.  My last tib-fib blog has the full discussion in more detail  regarding my left ankle leading up to this surgery.  Here I am pictured the … [Continue Here...]

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections LF Ankle/5-day Post Op Arthrex Syndesmosis Fixation Surgery

  7-16-14 -Today I'm returning to Dr. Gent's office for my 5-day post surgical check  and a PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Injection after he performed my Arthrex TightRope Dynamic Stabilization of my distal tibiofibular (tib-fib) joint on my … [Continue Here...]

Arthrex TightRope Surgery Recovery – 4 week update Healing Left High Ankle Sprain/Distal Tib-Fib Instability

July 19th, 2014 - Glad to be back home after my ankle surgery and a long week of travel. My left ankle tibiofibular  joint (tib-fib) surgery corrected my chronic high ankle sprain/instability. The Arthrex TightRope Fixation Surgery is very minimally … [Continue Here...]

Subtalar Joint Instability

Sinus Tarsi Syndrome-Ongoing Ankle Pain, Prior Arthroscopic Ankle Surgery

My current story on Subtalar Joint Instability starts with the diagnostic words, "Sinus Tarsi Syndrome" of my left ankle in March of 2013 given to me by my Champion Sports Medicine Physician, Dr. PZ … [Read More...]

My HyProCure Surgery

My HyProCure Surgery – Subtalar Joint Stabilization

11-15-13 - This is my HyProCure Surgery story to reduce the chronic subluxing Talus bone, realign my Subtalar joint and stabilize my rear foot. I am pictured here at 5 hours after the surgery in my  … [Read More...]

My HyProCure Surgery- 5 day Post-Op with Dr. David Gent, DPM

11-20-13 - My trip back to Dr. Gent for my first post HyProCure Surgery appointment at 5 days since the surgery. See my prior blog for the surgical details.  Here are photos taken this day at his … [Read More...]

My HyProCure Surgery-Recovery Update thru 4 weeks/Surgical Followup-Dr. Gent

My surgical incision from my HyProCure Surgery - Subtalar Joint Stabilization done on 11-15-13 was well healed and my stitches were removed by Dr. PZ Pearce, Champion Sports Medicine in Spokane, WA  … [Read More...]

Short Leg Syndrome

Gastroc-Soleus Equinus -Achilles Tendinitis-Structural Limb Length Discrepancy

This blog begins my new journey of discovery pertaining to the Gastroc and Soleus muscles, my mild Achilles Tendinitis, a Short Leg Syndrome whether it be a Functional Limb Length Discrepancy and/or a … [Read More...]

My Endoscopic Gastroc Soleus Recession Surgery

The best way to start the New Year 2015 is to begin recovery from my Endoscopic Gastroc Soleus Recession Surgery CPT code 27687 for my diagnosis code: 736.72 defined as--Equinus deformity of foot … [Read More...]

Endoscopic Gastroc/Soleus Recession — My Post Surgery Recovery From 3 days-till 6 weeks

This blog is my rehabilitation from my left leg Endoscopic Gastrocnemius (Gastroc)/Soleus Recession Surgery starting at 3 days post op with PRP injections and working my way through till 6 weeks of … [Read More...]

Miraculous Joy of Walking – 10 Weeks Post Op Endoscopic Gastroc/Soleus Recession Surgery

Miraculous--A Dream Come True! After living 13  years of compromised walking and its devastating effects on my body, I now have no more Gastroc/Soleus Equinus and no more short leg syndrome … [Read More...]

16 Weeks Since My Endoscopic Gastrocnemius and Soleus Recession Surgery–Back to Riding

April 26th, 2015 - It has now been 6 more weeks since my last blog and I continue to improve my walking gait. For new readers to this blog please see my homepage for my entire medical journey or see … [Read More...]

PRP Injection into Peroneal Tendon thru 8 months Post Op Endoscopic Gastroc Recession

This blog is my final recovery update at 8 months since  my Endoscopic Gastroc/Soleus Recession surgery that took place on Dec. 30, 2014. Since posting my last recovery blog on April 26th, 2015 … [Read More...]

My Spiritual Journey

Spiritual Journey: From Fear To Pro-Active Faith

My story starts around spring break of the year 1980 when I was 20 years old. I was a college student, working part-time, and socially living my life (see photos) at the Cosmopolitan Disco Dance … [Read More...]

Here is my Pro-Active Faith now given to the internet world.

Because I have to travel such great distance in my car from rural Idaho to Spokane for the doctors of my choosing, I spend a lot of time singing and worshiping along the way with Positive Life Radio … [Read More...]


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