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... b. I had a knee walker and crutches. Started physio 5 weeks ago. Still having issues with foot pain. All my shoes now have some sort of 'rocker bottom' sole. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks mammalu! I do have a knee scooter and a walker but no crutches. So you started physio at about 6 months? ... (2 replies)
... I'm getting up from chair on to crutches like always and I slipped and landed partly on the toes and front of my nwb foot for about 2 seconds. Foot is in a boot, and it really didn't hurt. I elevated and iced it, and it maybe felt a little worse than the night before, but my foot is always swelling and more painful at night. ... (0 replies)

... Exercising in a pool is a life saver no matter what age you are . When you are unable to walk normally and using crutches, the water is an excellent way to stay fit and even do therapeutic exercises. ... (18 replies)
... From that moment until now, I have been through everything, emotionally, spiritually , and physically. 3 Doctors, 3 different PT sessions. Wearing a boot while walking on crutches while doing PT at home and in a pool. I don't have answers for you. Just wanted to share that you're not alone. ... (1 replies)
... Most of us have made the same "mistake" of continuing our activities . But we are fearfully and wonderfully made! The human body can recover with and even without proper medical care. Therapy can do wonders. ... (18 replies)
... My doctor sent me home with crutches and instructed me to not use the foot at all. ... (4 replies)
... My big news is that I have had my cast taken off and am now PWB in an air shield walker boot and crutches. I was very tired and achy at first, but it all seems to have settled down now. ... (32 replies)
... I had posterior tibial tendon repair with calcaneal osteotomy, lapidus and gastroc lengthening on May 6. So, not the same surgery... ... (32 replies)
... I found it much easier to adjust the amount of weight I put on my foot by using crutches, then slowly putting more and more weight on the injured foot. I am now doing quite a bit without the crutches, but still use them if I'm walking very far. ... (5 replies)
... I had microfracture and ligaments repair at the same time! ... (16 replies)
... Partial tears and stress fractures hurt plenty, have no doubt of that. But IF you stay off it, it should heal fine. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I had my bunion and hammertoe surgery 4 weeks ago.dressings came off 2 days ago and pin removal also. I have started my exercises on my big toe now and have to do that for 8 weeks.for the first 10 days, i rested completely with chevron boot and crutches, now i am just walking slowly with hardly any pain. ... (7 replies)
... weeks into recovering from bunion surgery, toe fusion, and arthritis repair on the top of my foot. ... (70 replies)
... I saw my OS yesterday and I am now on the list for surgery in a few months time. ... (0 replies)
... I walked in my doctor's office in boot without crutches. ... (9 replies)
Boot questions
Jul 19, 2008
... Hello, I had bunion surgery 6 days ago with a plate and 2 screws put in permanently. ... (7 replies)
... I think it had really taken some stress over the years due to constant ankle rolling and maybe something biomechanical. Am only 28 yo. ... (29 replies)
... Left foot fifth metatarsal stress fracture. In a boot for 6 weeks. Out for a month. Still pain so a boot and crutches for 6 more weeks. Taken off that with no scan or anything to check up on it. ... (2 replies)
... I went from that to a boot and crutches and within the last month or so have been crutch free and boot free. I still walk with a limp and sometimes really is sore and hurts but all in all am improving more each day. ... (29 replies)


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