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... It was definitely worth it for me. I was having pain from a plate and screws, so decided to have them removed. The surgery itself was quick, and I was able to walk, in a boot, toe touch weight bearing when I left the hospital. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, i am hoping that your surgery in January of this year was successful and you are healing nicely. ... (8 replies)
Calcaneus fracture
Apr 18, 2017
... The pain will become more manageable. I still have pain in both but I function more and more normally each week. I think you will be able to get back to your business soon. Who says you can't take photos from a chair? ... (8 replies)

... So the doctor gave me the all clear and said I didn't need my boot or crutches just 4.5 weeks after my 5th metatarsal fracture. ... (3 replies)
... weeks out. I am still in my boot and still have to use crutches most the time with the boot. ... (8 replies)
... I'm struggling to walk in the boot and am NWB still. ... (4 replies)
... as a strong active guy all i can share is that after my injury and the initial swelling phase i got very weak and stressed because i knew i was in trouble. ... (3 replies)
... That is great the you have it scheduled and I hope that everything goes well with recovery! Enjoy your month of being mobile while you can! ... (6 replies)
... I have read with great interest all the different postings, mostly many years old now, about Calcaneus fractures. I fell about 12 feet onto concrete, and in addition to some other broken bones in my foot, broke the heel into a dozen pieces. Screws and a small plate were used to put it back together. ... (8 replies)
... ised me most was that the incident was fairly minor. I might have fallen 18 inches at most. I didn't see the river bed in time to stop, so attempted to clear it, and i did just about but not quite. Still, i landed flat on both feet equally and my momentum carried me across the other side. ... (2 replies)
... I pretty much had the same experience as Dawn. Once I was in a boot I used crutches, except when grocery shopping in stores. ... (31 replies)
... I had a subchondroplasty for an OCD on my talus, ATFL repair and Peroneal tendon repair on January 20th. ... (2 replies)
... Please keep in mind my surgery was done for a different reason than yours and I have another health issue that created more difficulties. ... (8 replies)
After NWB?
Feb 13, 2017
... weeks NWB, getting my cast off and into a boot on Friday...pretty sure my Dr. will be making me FWB. Super excited, but also nervous! If I have to be PWB, I'll still use crutches. ... (5 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)

Associated Tags: ankle, cheilectomy, foot and ankle, injury, ocd, peroneal tendon, talus

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