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Bone Stimulator
Feb 26, 2009
... thanks for the encouragement on the bone stimulator. i do use it for only 20 minutes per day and my doc was all for me using it. i'm hoping for the best that the healing takes place as it should. ... (14 replies)
Bone Stimulator
Feb 26, 2009
... You need to look into it a little better before posting things like that. Most of the older bone stimulators used a magnetic field to induce the bone healing process to turn on in non unions. Now the 20 minute model uses more of an ultrasound treatment to do the same thing in a lot less time and with better results. ... (14 replies)
... It takes a month or two for a broken toe to heel. Some things to steer clear of are NSAIDS medications. They slow down the bone healing process. ... (6 replies)

... hrs. a day to stimulate the bone healing process. It's like a big fat ankle bracelet with a timer on it. ... (30 replies)
Feb 23, 2009
... I'm sorry to meet you this way, but we'll all hep you thru this to get yourself better and under the process while doing so. ... (689 replies)
... Also wondering if during the healing process you experienced quite a bit of weird pain. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, my second toe was done at the same time. Healing for that toe is much quicker. ... (85 replies)
... er to my toe and not in the area classified as Jones. It does seem that the way of thinking is to get weight on the foot as soon as possible as this can help the healing process. ... (10 replies)
... th months and that any odd issues before then is the normal healing process. ... (7 replies)
... My first surgeon told me my bone graft was "almost" fused when he ordered me into PT at 5 weeks. I guess the word "almost" should've been a warning sign, huh? ... (21 replies)
... Happy Healing Angels! ... (28 replies)
... st surgery, I had an infection that started and I ended up back in surgery antibiotics iv for 4 days. After that it seemed as tho everything slowed down in ther healing process. I babied it. I kept it propted up most of the day. We used a piece of bone from the bbank, so maybe I should go with my own this time. ... (28 replies)
... I think that when you get the bone stimulator, your healing process should speed up. I know it worked wonders for me. ... (22 replies)
... lol..what a sight and more than that..incredibly uncomfortable...for the first two months the ONLY time I was comfortable was when I was sitting with the leg elevated and the ice pack on it...and it was truly 4 months before I could walk in "regular shoes".. ... (13 replies)
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... I do not know to what extent this is true but I have heard these sensations result from the healing process. It is important that you keep blood circulation in your foot. I would keep it leveled or alternate from elevated to lowered. ... (7 replies)
... had surgery to re orient the heel and add a plate with 9 screws. I have pretty much been isolated to the bed with the foot elevated every since, getting up from time to time to prevent clots and whatnot. The pain was slowly getting better until a week or so ago, then an unfamiliar pain that I haven't had before manifested. ... (7 replies)
... i had an incident a couple months ago where i think i kicked the side bone in the middle of the night and it knocked me down for 4 days. ... (4 replies)
... Did they use screws, bone tunnels, and a cadaver tendon. Or shortening the ligament by cutting it and using stitches? ... (4 replies)
... till swollen, since I'm not allowed to walk on it yet. Heel isn't as much as the rest of the foot. You can expect swelling after surgery like this for quite some time and 1 week is really very early in the healing process. Keep your foot elevated and ice it whenever possible. ... (6 replies)

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