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... I am 12 weeks post op Yes it moved fast. Since it was my right ankle I was allowed to drive at 6 weeks without boot and put boot back on to walk. No boot at 8 weeks . Painful walking with limited motion. I had to have a screw placed for security after holes were drilled to remove old hardware ( have had 3 prior surgeries last one had a plate and 4 screws) typically no... (4 replies)
... 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)
... I am six weeks post op bunionectomy and screws will be removed this Friday. I imagine that a trip to the shoe store will be necessary after my doc appt. What is the best shoe to wear post bunionectomy that will accomodate swelling and not bother the incision area? ... (3 replies)

... Thanks. I'm out of the boot, or working on that. It is the brace and shoe that is the problem. I'm going to have to go to the pharmacy tomorrow and see what I can find. ... (9 replies)
... Sounds a bit similar to my initial issue right after my last cast removal. I was unable to use the CAM boot (it was labeled "small" size) because when my foot swelled, the transferred tendon incision site would become hard (due to excess scar tissue adhesions). The boot would then be pressing tight against swollen scar tissue/incision site causing excruciating pain. Hence I... (9 replies)
... y and finally looked the calender one day and I just knew I shouldn't be hobbling around months later and something needed to be done. There is always risk with surgery though. Imagine people that have to make these decisions with the neck or back, which could put you in a wheelchair. ... (13 replies)
... I was always obsessive about wearing my trainers and orthotics, but I end up in worse pain.. its really catch 22 at this stage. have a great doc here in Ireland, and he is very hopeful that because my foot is so bad I will see a marked improvement. Im going to go to the pool tomorrow. Been putting it off because Im on a crutch and very nervous about hitting my foot when Im... (10 replies)
... ring them. But each foot is different. Oh, and I do my stretches faithfully. Those help too! But hang in there, really. And ask lots of questions of your doc, as surgery may be a benefit or not depending on other factors like weight, diabetes, etc. ... (10 replies)
Jun 24, 2014
... Next, make sure you know EVERYTHING he wants or does not want you to do post surgery...walk on it, not walk on it, ice, not ice, etc. AND DO IT. Then, be sure to do your exercises. Move that toe once he tells you to do so. ... (3 replies)
... They seem to have more room in the toe area than the average shoe...Even my post surgery, puffy foot fits in them comfortably. They also come in wide sizes if needed. They do run small, so it's best to try them on if you can. ... (27 replies)
... s results can vary greatly, I have done my best for optimum results. ... (12 replies)
... Agreed on the newbalance (haven't had my surgery yet, but did a LOT of online research when I first had post tib problems for the best shoe to wear). With newbalance, though, you get a LOT of variety based on style. I wear the 846, which are rated as good for posterior tibial tendon problems. (4 replies)
... I'm a 34 year old female and I had bunion surgery on my left foot in early December, so I'm about 10 weeks ahead of you in the healing process. ... (2 replies)
... Just wanted to let everyone who might be going through what I did, where i am at the six month mark. It is amazing how quickly the changes in healing happen. From the five to sixth month timeline produced more healing than the previous 2 combined. I noticed that the bulged heel I thought I was stuck with for life actually started getting smaller. The doc said it would... (32 replies)
... Thanks for your kind words and I wish you all the best of good health. ... (10 replies)
... e athletic shoe. The problem is my feet are very wide. I have to go a size up and always buy a wide to have it fit with out hurting. Does anyone know a type of shoe that runs wide or that I can get in an extra wide? ... (10 replies)
... to read others progress or get some other information. I hope this helps you. Maybe you can get your doctor to precribe some sessions with a PT. It has been the best for me.Good Luck. let me know what is going on. ... (37 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 had a serious shoe purchasing problem with the bunions which I thought would be cured with the "fixing of the feet". ... (14 replies)
... By the sounds of it I will be in a boot on left foot and a surgical shoe on the right. Now won't that look fashionable!! ... (21 replies)

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