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... I just wanted to give an update on my experiences recovering from lisfranc surgery over the last four months. I initially found healthboards by doing a google search for lisfranc when I got my injury. ... (3 replies)
... Coil. According to CNN it's a new kind of running shoe for people who've had fusions. ... (6 replies)
... I am 5 months post op. My surgeon preferred running sneakers that provided motion control. Currently I still use my custom orthodics in my sneakers... ... (6 replies)

... Doctors seem to vary in their required restrictions, 2. TIME is your best friend, and 3. ... (3 replies)
Best Running Shoes
Mar 10, 2011
... I am not a runner either. In my quest for a good and supportive sneaker, I have worn both Brooks ariel and an asics sneaker. ... (6 replies)
PTTD Surgery
Oct 26, 2010
... I had my 14 week post op appt this morning for PTTD surgery and calcaneal osteotomy. My surgeon is pleased with my progress and ROM. ... (42 replies)
... It's always best to get a good fit from a proper store. Before I had my foot surgeries, I wore whatever was on sale to jog in. Bad! ... (6 replies)
... and wore running shoes and didn't want to move from the burning pain in the ball of my toe. ... (14 replies)
... size larger than I was wearing prior to my crash. My arches are also gone and with my newly flat feet I need larger shoes to fit the width. I am now 14 months post op for the original injury, 4 months post op for the screw removal operation. ... (1 replies)
... all i can share is what i went through. they used my own parts with some kind of mesh for anatomical reconstruction so i guess i was lucky. ... (4 replies)
... i still have a gut feeling that i am not in pre surgery shape and that i cannot attack full force running, cutting and jumping. ... (6 replies)
... I have never been able to wear stylish shoes and I have to be careful with any kind of shoe so that there is not a seam or anything that can rub the bunion. ... (2 replies)
... transitioning over the course of that time from NWB to PWB to FWB. Once I am PWB, I will begin rehab. At that point , it is really a different process for everyone. So, best case scenario, I will be 7 weeks NWB, then 6 weeks in the boot. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for posting the 8 month post op. I am 7 months post op. You have had a fantastic recovery and congrats on the weight loss. I am still hunting for that right shoe. What shoes do you like? ... (25 replies)
... How does this make the stress on the surgery any less, if at all? ... (32 replies)
... ray is good, I will go into a running shoe. I will probably still have crutches just to keep the weight on the foot minimum but I am so excited. I have put no weight on the foot at all. ... (149 replies)
Foot Surgery
Dec 4, 2008
... I then found myself trying interventions including antiinflammatories, cortisone injections, orthotic shoe inserts, 1. ... (10 replies)
... Thought I'd post since it's now been about 4 weeks since my surgery. ... (3 replies)
... as created problems after problems, and I just don't want to give up running. My podiatrists told me that I could run, and suggests using a graphite plate in my shoe that will allow me to roll off my foot, as well as told me that he would arch my toe up slightly to help with push off. ... (6 replies)
... actually contributed to if not actually caused my post op problem! ... (0 replies)

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