Thriving in Spite of Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia
This is Amy.
She was born perfectly healthy in the summer of 2014. Just before she turned 2, she began to inexplicably limp. After a couple months of tests, she was diagnosed with one of the most frustrating and difficult orthopedic conditions there is: Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia.
As of September 2020, she has had:
5 orthopedic surgeons
and 2 surgeries
to help attempt to heal her leg.
We’re not at the end of the road yet… This is the story of her continuing journey.
Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit’s x-ray day!!! I’ve really, really, really been looking forward to today for quite some time. I was a little nervous that she had hurt herself, but mostly hoping for more evidence of positive progress. Read more…
Another day, another brace. Having recovered from Covid, our orthotist Chuck has returned. Today is kinda same-old same-old with another new brace, copying a previous design. Look at her go! Okay, Mischief Managed. Now, anyone Read more…