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... Okay, that's not necessarily the best boot for PTTD, because it doesn't really have arch support. Adding a little heel lift might help, ask your podiatrist. ... (13 replies)
... I have had numerous foot surgeries including all American procedure which replaces the pttd among other things. Also had hip and knee surgery. I am 64. The best shoes I have found are the Merrill barefoot line. These shoes come with no padding, or light padding. I am currently wearing a pair that has 4mm of padding. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, my foot still swells and I still elevate it as much as possible. The best shoe for me has been the Brooks Dyad. It is a neutral shoe with a wide midsole and accomodates orthotics well. ... (16 replies)

... I don't think there's any magic bullet for a shoe for PTTD. You'll probably have to try some different ones and see what feels best for you. There are a lot of running shoes made for overpronators. ... (4 replies)
... I have just started to go to out patient PT and my dr. suggested I use an ankle brace in a shoe for extra support ...while I build up my muscle and make the transition out of the CAM walker into the shoe . ... (2 replies)
... years ago and I've been wearing them ever since. They are a motion control shoe for overpronators, so they are very supportive. They also are pretty roomy inside... ... (1 replies)
... and ice as much as you are able. It was amazing to me how fast your leg felt full and the cast seemed to tighten when my leg was down for any length of time but had relief once it was elevated again. ... (12 replies)
... I was not cleared to wear a shoe until about 14 or 16 weeks post op. By then the swelling was down a lot. I found that sneakers worked best for me. The dr had me wear an ASO brace in my shoe for the first several weeks My ortho had a very specific protocol. I am 2 years post op a successful surgery. ... (4 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)
... I actually took my dog for a short walk today, and it felt good to get out in the sunshine. I am looking forward to starting PT on thursday. ... (194 replies)
... Your timeframe sounds sort of like mine, except I was in the second cast for six weeks. After what happened with my first surgery, this surgeon tacked on two extra weeks. ... (194 replies)
... tually impossible until it progressed to foot deformity. I would seek the opinion of an orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist asap. In my research they are the best to deal with this as there may be complicated bone work involved. ... (194 replies)
... Take care and all the best to you. ... (2 replies)
... I did have the surgery. At 9 months after PTTD Surgery on my right foot, I am still recovering, and not at the point where I can take the walks with my dog as I had hoped. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! First I am happy to hear your husband is mending. I also found "tactics for coping" to be very helpful. ... (2 replies)
... op issues because I don't want to have my orthotics made in a position that isn't the absolute best my foot can be. ... (7 replies)
... week. For example, at the time I weighed 190 pounds, so I multiplied that by .25, which was around 45 pounds. ... (4 replies)
... sleeping in a boot for 10 weeks...and I got off early. He usually makes his patients NWB for 12 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... ng in the boot as tolerated. The edges of the bone are all healed, the only small spot that is not is between the two screws, so he feels that is a very low risk for PWB. He gave me lessons on the crutches for the PWB and said to listen to my body. ... (10 replies)

Associated Tags: calcaneal osteotomy, fdl tendon transfer, flat foot reconstruction, osteoarthritis, peroneal tendon, pttd, recovery, surgery recovery, tendon transfer

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