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 true bone Structural Limb Length Discrepancy and how I’ve been affected in my pelvis all these years.
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 acquired– performed by Dr. David Gent, DPM of Kitsap Foot and Ankle Clinic at the Pacific Surgery
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 recovery. It was very challenging from 3-6 weeks as I did my physical therapy and I walked while
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 complications. I can really walk and enjoy the walk for the first time since before my L5-S1 Herniation rooted