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... now using bone growth stimulator in the hopes I won't need surgery down the road. Yours may not be a Jones will heal easily, but please see an ortho and post back. ... (2 replies)
Jones Fracture
Jul 4, 2009
... Sorry to hear about your jones fracture. ... (1 replies)
Bone Stimulator
Mar 14, 2009
... I had a bone stimulator that I had to use for 20 min daily. Thankfully due to the bone stimulator and 6 wks of NWB on crutches, I didn't have to have surgery. It formed a union. So I feel the stimulator worked well. Hope it does for you too! ... (14 replies)

... rays I will then use a bone stimulator. I was hurt at work, so workers comp is paying all medical bills. I am unaware of the cost of a stimulator. ... (2 replies)
... a jones fracture. I, too, wondered what the healing process would be like. I can tell you this. ... (2 replies)
... I fell 4 weeks ago and suffered a Jones Fracture of the left foot. Much of the bruising has gone down. Just a little black and blue left. ... (2 replies)
... kle orthopedic surgeon. You should follow doctor's orders over another's but I will say the PT sounds more on par...which is why I say get a 2nd opinion. I had a Jones fracture and was NWB for 6 wks and narrowly missed having to have a pin placed. ... (2 replies)
... Well whichever treatment path you decide to go with, something needs to be done so that the fracture heals and heals CORRECTLY. ... (1 replies)
... I had the Exogen bone stimulator 8 years ago when they were just coming out. It was a once a day 20 min use with the gel, etc. ... (15 replies)
... ray done. The thing with Jones fractures is that there isn't much blood supply to that area so it's hard for it to form what's called a union. I sustained this same fracture in 2004. ... (4 replies)
... As far as thr bone stimulator. ... (2 replies)
... I'm thinking your right because a Jones fracture is a fairly serious fracture only because it's not very vascular and doesn't form a union easily. ... (4 replies)
... I had a jones fracture of the 5th met. a year ago. I spent alot of time on this board during my recovery. ... (21 replies)
... I am in my 30's and have mild cerebral palsy. I am pretty high functioning but about 9 months ago I suffered a Jones fracture due to a foot deformity. ... (0 replies)
... along with tearing ligaments and cartilage in my ankle. I was on crutches NWB for 6 wks and had to use a bone stimulator, etc. I narrowly missed having to have a pin placed. So not as serious as yours. ... (2 replies)
... That got me 6 wks NWB and a bone stimulator. 3 yrs after that another bad sprain, etc, etc. ... (38 replies)
... do fast and in you're in a lot of pain. I broke my 5th met a few years ago. I was on crutches for 6 weeks. My doctor elected to not cast me so that I could use a bone stimulator every day. The catch was I wasn't allowed to so much as touch my toes to the floor for those 6 wks. ... (1 replies)
... I was again told I'd need surgery for the ankle and thankfully I avoided needing a pin because a long time on crutches and a bone stimulator helped it heal. I again put surgery off because I had to. I sustained several minor sprains after that and in 3 years later another grade 2. ... (47 replies)
Ankle Sprain
Jun 9, 2012
... out scar tissue, cartilage, etc. After being on crutches for 6 weeks and using a bone stimulator, I was thankfully one of the few that didn't need surgery for my Jones fracture because it made a union and therefore, since the pain wasn't terrible in my ankle, I brushed it off again. ... (5 replies)
... Well, maybe I didn't fracture my foot, or at least not to the degree you did, then. ... (31 replies)

Associated Tags: 5th metatarsal, aircast, bone growth stimulator, broken foot/ankle, cerebral palsy, fusion, healing process, heel pain, jones fracture, triple arthrodesis, ultrasound

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