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... I read a lot on internet when I first heard I had Lisfranc injury and learned a lot. So here is my timeline to help those of you in the same spot. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, great to here your recovery story, it sounds very similar to mine! I also suffered a lisfranc at the end of november last year. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone! I thought I'd share my experience with a Lisfranc injury. ... (4 replies)

... I've read a lot of pessimistic stories about the long and painful recovery of lisfranc fractures so I thought I would share my POSITIVE recovery story so far with everyone. ... (0 replies)
... ut that hot firefighter!! I have yet to get attention like that, but keeping my fingers crossed. I think for me, I am just a girl who lives for clothing and cute shoes and looking my best all the time and its just been an adjustment for me to not strut around wearing high heel boots all the time. ... (11 replies)
... The pain started day three and holy cow. Percocet just knocked my butt out but I was aware of the pain. Best I can describe it was a hot shooting pain that throbbed intense! Then went away. Two weeks and the worst was over. You'll get dull aches. ... (11 replies)
... Make sure you research your surgeon over and over again, thats what I did and have every confident that he will get me back bike riding and back in my Nine West shoes in no time at all. ... (6 replies)
... I opted for the same thing-no surgery.Originally my Lisfranc was misdiagnosed,than after 6weeks NWB the x-rays showed 5mm separation between 1st and 2nd metatarsals.I had no pain in that area and still don't.I was seen at the best orthopedic sports injury clinic in my area, 3 doctors looked at my x-rays and my foot.We have decided against surgery and they will follow me up in... (38 replies)
... as. One of the things I was worried about with not having the surgery was losing my arch, but it's still there. I notice something wierd though... I hate wearing shoes in the house. Even now I have a hard time walking around in socks but I'm ok if I'm barefoot. ... (38 replies)
... thanx for your reply, can i ask how your foot felt 11/12 weeks after surgery, some doctors say the lump on the top of my foot is a swelling and others say it will stay there. i cannot launch into a step as the pain is too much. maybe its early days and i'm being optimistic, my screws come out on the 21st jan, i'm hoping maybe it will make a difference. (38 replies)
... My foot was deformed too. I had a 5MM Lisfranc injury in Mar 08. 12 weeks NWB 6 cast 6 boot. Then a wicked struggle to just keep from breaking down from the pain. ... (38 replies)
... yes. every lisfranc is different. ... (10 replies)
... Shoe inserts may help you with your lisfranc injury. ... (4 replies)
... Going down steps is the most awkward thing at the moment and walking on uneven ground is a bit of a challenge, but overall it seems to be going well. Walking in shoes also seems to be helping to reduce the little bit of remaining swelling. ... (12 replies)
Lisfranc Injury
Apr 10, 2008
... Hi DB ~ I'm 10 weeks post-op today. No way to tell how your surgery/treatment will go, but I can tell you that mine went great. I couldn't be happier. TMT joints 1-3 fused, with screws and bone graft. Didn't have a lot of post-op pain, and what I did have was managed easily with OTC meds. Spent the first two weeks in a temporary splint, and seven weeks in a good... (6 replies)
... et some for added arch stability in my court shoes. He recommended those made by Superfeet, and I'll probably go try them this week to see which model would work best for me. ... (2 replies)
... up shoes for the rest of my life. That has held true. If I wear regular shoes, I end up not hardly able to walk. I need the support that the lace up gives. ... (7 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)
... My injury is a little different than yours. I had a lisfranc dislocation as opposed to a lisfranc fracture. ... (3 replies)
... Oh well I'll do the best I can. ... (3 replies)


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