Concerned about damage to tendon with prior tendon transfer.
Two days ago I rolled my left ankle, and broke my fibula at the lower part of my ankle. I have had multiple repair surgories in the past, leading up to a tendon transfer and subsequent scope. Today said I can walk with boot and that because it broke, tendins pbly fine. When I walk, it is very painfull and I feel pulling up my leg, in my ankle but also have similar pain on inside of ankle (trsfer was outside). Shld I really wait 6 weeks for mri to make sure tendons ok per ortho, or find new ortho? Thank you in advance for your attention, any advice you have will be appreciated.
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