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... optimistic about other healing. I had a splint for 2 weeks and my current hard half cast for 4 weeks and then move to a boot. He has maintained his initial requirement of no weight bearing for 4 months. ... (18 replies)
... circulation. Sorry, don't mean to hijack your question, but am also very interested in any answers. The dr. says once I start walking around again it'll be fine but....I don't know. ... (13 replies)
... I generally feel fine, my only complaint is the ankle pain, and I have no fever, so I don't think there is any infection in there. I have been trying to sit around with my leg elevated as much as possible to reduce swelling and pain. ... (10 replies)

... Sure, although you may have to remind me. I was in a walking cast for the last 4 weeks so I did get some weight on it during that time. ... (9 replies)
... I called the hospital today and they are seeing me tommorow for a cast change, if needed. Although its loose in there as soon as i put my foot down it fits again! So they may leave it but it def feels too big to me. ... (19 replies)
... gh room to fall outwards due to the wall being so close and I had to topple sideways. Snap, crackle, pop, loss of consciousness. When I came to a moment later my toes were strangely contorted..and my whole foot was quite painful. I immediately knew something was very, very wrong. ... (1 replies)
... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... fused my first three cunniforms and the heads of my first two metatarsals. Let me start off by saying I will try to give as unbiased a view as possible about the surgery and the recovery as well as mobility afterward. I went into surgery at a daysurgical center assuming that I would be going home afterward. That was not the case. ... (7 replies)
... blotchy for some time after surgery. ... (55 replies)
... Hot mess about describes it. That's why you don't tear 2 ligaments, 2 tendons and the achilles and delay surgery 5 years. ... (27 replies)
... I know what you mean about the look of it. I first saw what my leg and ankle looked 7 days after surgery with an unexpected visit to emerg. My entire leg from knee to toes is bruised and black and blue. My ankle and foot twice the size of my other one. ... (29 replies)
... When I had the splint taken off and the cast put on they changed the position of my foot. My foot was very, very swollen and I felt that the cast definitely felt too snug in certain areas. I followed the surgeon's instructions religiously too. ... (5 replies)
... re my top 2 most useful and favorite things! I'm sure you noticed the other products when you ordered your sleeperz like the slickerz, etc if you are going to be in the boot for a while, etc. Oh! Check out cast cozy online too. I did order this and used it a few times too. ... (35 replies)
... from calcaneal osteotomy, debridement posterior tibial tendon, transfer flexor digitorum longus tendon to navicular, and gastrocmenius release. I'm still in my cast for another 1.5 weeks. I haven't gone back to work yet. I'm debating on calling my doc and seeing if I can work part time from home. ... (38 replies)
... I have basically NO pain anymore. I am back in a tennis shoe. I am currently trying to get a new job so my doctor said I can wear my small healed loafer only to the interview and once I get out take it off. ... (14 replies)
... Today I made it to the Ortho's office for cast removal! .. I was so happy! ... (42 replies)
... short on money, fighting between my mum and her boyfriend, people living in the basement not paying rent, my mum working all the time... Yeah, it sucks, but that's why we haven't had a chance to make an appointment. ... (47 replies)
Fibula fracture
Apr 20, 2012
... If you think your circulation is being compromised, you need to go to the ER and get them to replace the cast. I don't know how heavy plaster is before and after it dries, but I do know that it is WAY heavier than fiberglass. You are obviously still dealing with swelling which will make the cast tighter. ... (1 replies)
... I will be thinking of you on the 10th. That day is the next time I see my surgeon. I am progressing. Last week when I saw the surgeon he thought my cast was too tight as my toes would immediately turn blue when my foot was down and then it would take 15 to 20 minutes to pink up once I was back on the couch. ... (32 replies)
... I twisted my left ankle pretty well about 8 months ago, a day after memorial day. I proceeded to keep re twisting it for about 4 months...then I was really careful and managed to not hurt it for 2 months. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: blue toes, calcaneal osteotomy, gastrocnemius slide, knee scooter, lisfranc fracture, lisfranc injury, lisfranc physical therapy, lisfranc recovery, lisfranc surgery, modified brostrom, subtalar fusion, tarsal coalition

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