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Sep 30, 2015 ... Fibular fracture usuall take four to six weeks to heal, as long as the patient doesn' t try to return to action too soon.


Mar 30, 2017 ... Unlike most injuries a broken fibula is unlikely to heal in a matter of a ... Athletes especially have a hard time accepting immobilizing injuries.


Apr 4, 2017 ... A fibula fracture refers to a break in the bone that stabilizes and supports your ankle and lower leg muscle. Learn how long recovery takes and ...


Feb 2, 2017 ... Learn about the different types of fibula fracture, how they are diagnosed, the difference between an open and closed fracture, and long-term ...


For example, a fracture at the end of the fibula is called a lateral malleolus fracture, or if both the tibia and ... The level of the fracture may direct the treatment .


Mar 2, 2017 ... Lower leg fractures can occur from trauma, falls, sports injuries or overuse. Fractures of the fibula bone -- the smaller of the two bones of the ...


Back in November broke my fibula clean through just above the ankle. ... Usually 6-8 weeks is total recovery time for a fracture/break no?


A fibula fracture is an injury to the lower leg. ... to the inner side of the ankle, the medial malleolus or deltoid ligament, often require more aggressive treatment.


Almost 3 weeks ago, I broke my fibula directly above my ankle. ... At the time, I was not able to bear any weight at all because it hurt so bad; ... on the fibula tend to heal faster because the fibula is a non-weight bearing bone.