In the year 2000 I had a terrible accident that left me with a fracture in my Fibula and 11 cm of bone totally gone from the Tibia.
After the accident I was lying on the road with my right foot connected to my lower leg by just a patch of skin. I was told that the leg would need to be amputated beneath the knee. Luckily my family found some good doctors who grafted in a slice of bone from the Tibia in my left leg into the right leg. The Fibula had a rod inserted into it. I had metal pins and scaffolding that made my right leg look like a construction site for about six months or more.
Once the Tibia had healed to the point of supporting its own weight (but not mine) they took out the scaffolding and the rod in my Fibula. I was bed ridden for a few months and then I walked with a walker for another few months. With a lot of physiotherapy, I regained full operation of my right leg ( I was told that the severed nerves may not grow back in which case I would walk with a limp forever.) Luckily they did.
About a year later, to the day almost, I fractured the leg at the same point while walking, perhaps it wasn't strong enough.
It healed back soon enough though and I haven't had any more trouble ever since, I have trekked up hillsides, swam for many hundreds of hours and most recently cycled about 15K in the last year or so.
I consider myself extremely
Hope it works out as well for you as it did for me.