I’ve only really ever had two major surgeries in my life. The first, when I was about four was a fairly common surgery to cerebral palsy. The surgery was a tendon lengthening.
In plain English this means that when I was little I literally was so tight in my legs that I couldn’t sit easily. The surgery released some of this spascity allowing me to sit better. The surgery created a few small scars on the back of my legs and led to a fair amount of stretching post operative.
The reality of tendon surgery for me
My parents followed post operative doctors orders which prevented me from muscle atrophy which is apparently common and would result in doing the surgery for a second time in many cases.I know that others may have a different experiences and I am interested in hearing more about your experience with tendon surgery did you or your child have it done did they do one of the other options out there? lets talk about it in the comments below
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