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    Finding a solution for my ankle.
    josejaime2011 posted:
    A few years ago i hurt my ankle playing basket my foot is not responding,well i can't even standup and walk with out very nasty pain.
    I had an MRI done,Findings: The bone marrow signal is normal throughout. There is evidence of a tear to the anterior talofibular ligament with fluid in the region. There are changes of tenosynovitis involving the posterior tibial tendon with fluid surrounding this structure. The tarsal tunnel appears to be normal.There are no fractures of dislocations present. The Achilles tendon is intact throughout. plantar aponeurosis appears to be normal.
    1.Tear to the anterior talofib ular ligament. I don't no why i cant get surgery in my foot.Could it be that i have amidacare health Insurance.can you help me be cos i can't walk i even have a power chair to help me walk

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