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... my ankle and numbness in my little toe. Questioned DPM he said everything would be fine when my cast came off in 4 to 5 weeks. Pain was worse and my toes were blue so I went to the ER, they removed my cast and referred me to a different DPM. ... (12 replies)
... Hurtzdonut, thanks for sharing your experience. It makes me feel better to know that you are fine after your injury. I like your suggestions, especially the one about the box. I called my ortho today and he wants to do an MRI, which I will have done. ... (20 replies)

... For 3 years now i have had a reoccurring Syndesmosis injury so much so that it has gotten to the stage that i am now being recommended for surgery. ... (12 replies)
... Well...I literally got up on the wrong side of the bed. My right foot found a space between the mattress and the side rails of my roommate's bed instead of the floor. ... (1 replies)
... ocation on 1. I am now 5weeks post op with hard cast feeling better. I am looking for info on long term effect experinces and recovery times. You have not posted after feb 09 and I'm just curious on how are you doing now and if you are back in the water or snowboarding. ... (32 replies)
... I guess it's a come to reality day. After finally looking up what lisfranc breaks are ... it's doesnt look great. I know it's only been 6 wks but I am going nuts. ... (32 replies)
... I then began walking on my cast with slight pain for 24 hours. After that I have had no pain, just what feels like muscle tenderness. ... (32 replies)
... I wanted to put together my story of lisfranc joint injury in one post and keep it updated as I go along. ... (32 replies)
... heat too soon increases swelling. If ice feels better than heat after 3 days than that's fine to use still. ... (2 replies)
... and he never looked again, even when I went in 2 days after rolling my ankle so far under it made my mom sick since she happened to see it happen. ... (20 replies)
... I don't have the injury's you have/but if I were you I would go see an ortho/surgeon who specializes in the feet/I know my ortho/surgeon did so many other test and found my many problems/my surgery took 6 hours my surgeon said I had so much wrong in there. I am not a doctor but if it were me I would seek out a very good orthopedic/surgeon. Good luck/please let me know how... (2 replies)
... rays, but because my foot kept hurting and I could only walk on the outside part of it my doctor had a CT scan done 10 days after the injury. It showed an avulsion fracture with dislocation of the 2nd metatarsal. ... (2 replies)
... From then until now, out of the blue I would get random pain. ... (5 replies)
... Five days later I was in an orthpedic doctor's office with a foot that was twice the size of normal. My ankle was the size of a soft ball, and my entire foot and most of my leg was black and blue. I couldn't move it or bear weight. ... (6 replies)
... kle went down to the ground on both sides twice each way. The pain was INTENSE, very sharp like a knife cutting my arch of the foot. It felt like someone took my foot and forced sideways. I could not even put any pressure on my foot. My foot swelled up huge and did turn blue. I could not even move my foot at all. ... (3 replies)
... I read on this forum many after surgery who had nerve problems describe the exact sensation. ... (0 replies)
... Congratulations on the removal of your cast, after 3 long months!! WOW!! I am sure you are SOOOO relieved! ... (17 replies)
... and his lower body on my foot. At first I was fine worried about his head. Then I felt a little pain and lifted him off my foot still seated on the ground. I went to stand and felt sharp horrible pain.....a lisfranc is born in a few seconds. ... (54 replies)
... I found my way to this board because I am desperate for anyone to talk to about my foot problem that will maybe understand what I am going through. I am 39, married, live in NJ and am a very proud stay at home mom of three. ... (6 replies)


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