It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Back Problems Board Index
Pages: 1 2 3 4 Showing 1 - 20 of 88 for best shoes after back surgery. (0.223 seconds)


... After my back surgery I bought some "SAS" sandals and they were like walking on a cloud of air. ... (11 replies)
... What the surgeon is recommending to you makes sense. I would just like to give you a couple things to think about. You should regard this surgery as a rescue surgery and your last opportunity to get it right. You want to be very sure that your current surgeon is the best man for this job. ... (14 replies)
... I'll admit to having "lots" of shoes and I haven't throw them out yet.............. I keep saying, after I heal from my surgery maybe I'll be able to wear them again. ... (11 replies)

... his. One thing I would like to share and I know being a wc case it may be difficult but just today I was talking with my pain mgt dr and he said no matter which surgery be it shoulder, back, ankle whatever always get a second opinion. ... (11 replies)
... I too am barefoot the vast majority of the time but that is going to need to come to an end if I ever hope to transition back into shoes and be comfortable in them. ... (11 replies)
... reciprocate your kind words by letting you know how much your honesty about your experience has helped me. I remember reading about Phil's foot drop prior to my surgery and thinking how hard that would be to deal with. It never really crossed my mind that I would be in the same boat, albeit to a much smaller degree. ... (47 replies)
... again epidurals and nerve meds don't work. MRI and CT myelogram show nerve impingement and big trouble at L4L5 and L5S1 again. Despite my 2005 vow never to have surgery again, my wife, pain management doctor and I agree something must be done. Start searching for best possible neurosurgeon and pondering choices. ... (15 replies)
XLIF Surgery
May 25, 2011
... Well documented though to be fine surgery for this area in the back if done properly. You should see if you can find previous comments made about this surgery on this site 2 yrs ago in April. They are still on here. T'was me and a few others discussing similar difficulties not mentioned to us prior. ... (29 replies)
... you used prior to your surgery. I'm am giving this all I can and have worked very hard for the past few months to get to this point, and I don't want to cancel surgery because I so crazed! I do need something to calm me down other than meds, I take enough of those! My surgery is scheduled for May 20th. ... (11 replies)
... At my last neurosurgery appointment at 4 months, I specifically asked him if I should clear out my closet of my shoes with heels. I don't go the stilletto route but do have a lot of high wedge type heels. ... (5 replies)
... I wanted to post this under post surgery tips but the thread was closed. Hope I am not in violation of any ettiqette by starting another thread. Hope some will find this helpful. ... (111 replies)
... Thank You!! This is the best site I have found for support on my back problems. It is a comfort to know I'm not the only one dealing with the healing process. ... (24 replies)
... Good shoes which is comfortable for you, has a nice arch support. Easy Spirits, Neitrulizers have excellent shoes for people with back problems. Any good sneakers can work for you too. ... (24 replies)
... Your welcome! The shoes were the hardest part for me. I didn't own slip on's at the time. Now I do...lol! ... (10 replies)
... As far as being on your feet, i would get insoles for back support for your shoes, take some time off get to the family doctor get some muscle relaxors and anti inflammatorys and take some time off. ... (12 replies)
... It's best to get to the root of problems. Such as doin surgery to get rid of the pain. You know you can spend hundred of dollars and still all the gadget can't help you get to the root of the problem. ... (2 replies)
... I have had recurring back pain since 1990, at least one major episode a year. In Jan 2003 the pain was so bad I could not lie down, sit, or stand up straight. ... (24 replies)
... I had severe spasms every time I moved, getting up SUCKED. I was up walking the day after surgery, by day three I was up going to the bathroom by myself. I was in for six days, but when I went home did not need the walker. ... (8 replies)
Postpone Surgery??
Jan 25, 2005
... I still agree with my hubby, my back is going out more and more and it's not going to get better on it's own. ... (25 replies)
... Don't laugh.. but the best thing I have purchased since my surgery is my back brush. I hadn't used one before and I LOVE it. HA. ... (12 replies)




Pages: 1 2 3 4

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 11:10 AM.



Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.comô
Terms of Use © 1998-2014 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!