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... and into a hard cast for another 6 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... So I had my surgery done 6 weeks ago and just got my cast off a few days ago after being completely non weight barring. ... (1 replies)
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... The doctor told me that it'd be "months" of a cast, followed by a walking boot and some "intense" physical therapy. ... (4 replies)
3 days post op
May 19, 2018
... The Friday after my surgery, I woke up and the swelling was gone from my foot. Now the splint was extremely loose. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you, I am hoping that my gp sends me back to the specialist. I saw him in dec 16 but after my first mri he said because I didnít need surgery there wasnít anything more he could do for me. Itís been over a year since then and I still have lots of pain and canít run or even walk for very long without it hurting :( (2 replies)
... unable to run more than a few steps, walking on flat ground is very limited, and I can't handle uneven ground for any distance. The current issues came to a head after I tried to rehab after a stress fracture to the same foot last year, an injury made worse by my flattening foot. ... (0 replies)
... a teacher and can only really do my surgery during the summer, but this summer I am planning on having a significant eye surgery. What I worry about is my pain after the surgery. Things can happen and nerves can be worse after the surgery, and what if there are complications or infection or something like that? ... (1 replies)
Boot vs. Cast
Dec 29, 2012
... I have both experiences... With my first surgery last March, I was in a cast for 6 weeks... ... (5 replies)
... Yep after 5 weeks I am bored senseless. I am burnt on TV and I think I check the boards about every 2 hours in between puzzles games and I am taking an online class. ... (19 replies)
... I am into my second week wearing the boot after cast removal. I started physical therapy on Monday and go again this Thursday. ... (100 replies)
... I didn't use a walker right after surgery. I did have a wheelchair bedside and could wheel myself to bathroom etc. ... (45 replies)
... I had surgery on my foot and was in a splint type thing for a week and then a boot after that for months. I am very glad i was never in a cast. I think I would have went nuts. ... (6 replies)
... I went into a boot after the splint the second time around. ... (6 replies)
... how long do you wear a moon boot after an 8 week cast with a broke calcaneus bone in the heel (1 replies)
... I would appreciate if anyone can share their experience with walking shortly after ditching the boot. My doctor advised me to lose the boot cold turkey three days ago. ... (2 replies)
Cast versus boot
May 31, 2016
... If you go with a cast, try a Cast Cooler. It wraps around the cast and has a PVC that sticks out and holds the vacuum hose. It pulls air through the cast and helps sweaty skin dry, cools you down, calms itching, and can even dry a wet cast. A simple device, but it works. ... (5 replies)
... I had a Chrisman snook procedure done in January and after 6 weeks in a cast he wanted to put me in a cast for 3 more weeks, I asked him about boot. He let me go with boot provided I slept with it on and only took it off to shower and do some ROM exercises. ... (1 replies)
... I had surgery last Fri and the cast is driving me crazy. My foot feels hot and sweaty and very uncomfortable. It doesn't feel too tight or anything. ... (1 replies)
Why the boot?
Mar 26, 2016
... Hi there Tarp, I could not have walked without the boot after the cast came off and I was allowed to pwb and then gradually fwb. ... (9 replies)


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