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... I have purchesed one of the dry cast covers that you pump all the air out of and can go swimming in. Has any one ever tryed one I have used it in the shower and like it. But next week I will have a chance to go in a pool and I would love to swim. ... (15 replies)
... better. But after that, freedom! I was non weight bearing for the first 6 weeks, and I'm currently in a walking cast boot. At 7 weeks post op, I started working part time, mostly sitting down. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with you on slipping the boot off, that's one of the major issues I've had with my last two was I could take the boot off. With th cast, I can't and my foot won't be able to move. So I agree with your vote! ... (28 replies)

... cast or boot or combo? ... (15 replies)
... But because I'm in the healthcare field and I've had this done once before AND this will be a more in depth surgery, it's made it harder for me to commit to signing up. But I'm tired of being in pain and my ankle not being stable. I'm tired of being scared of my ankle. ... (77 replies)
... seemed wrong or just if I'd forgotten to ask a question at the last visit. Since I'm about a 3 hour drive from the doctor I don't have the option of stopping in for a quick visit. ... (149 replies)
... I had my right foot done on Oct 1. So...this is week 9. I am able to drive now. I am also walking with no crutches and in the big moon boot too. ... (29 replies)
... Have a great cast cover for the shower. Am using a two step rubbermaid stool in the shower. ... (17 replies)
... Then I waited a little while longer than strictly necessary for surgery so I could go on vacation. ... (27 replies)
... tilting bed tray this morning. I was going to look into a walker but realized my insurance would probably cover it so I'll hold up on that. ... (27 replies)
... t. I'm scared of a hard cast. I can't even rationalize the fear. When I first started having difficulty walking and went to the Ortho he wanted to put me in a cast right then and there. I begged for an alternative and was subsequently put in a Cam boot. I swear I wore that thing religiously just to keep out of a cast. ... (27 replies)
... de home counts. Also you will have more pain and swelling any time you aren't elevated. They tell me the foot turns deep purple when it is down. I had a weird cast that covered my toes so I didn't see this until 10 weeks in the shower when it was less drastic. But you definitely will know if you aren't elevating. ... (2 replies)
... I just know they had been injured multiple times because of the amount of scarring the surgeon found when he went in there. I had been in a substantial brace for 4 years but after that I was hurting it several times a week and had numerous falls from it giving out. ... (14 replies)
... With my second foot, I "negotiated" with the doctors to let me be in a boot after they took the sutures out. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for mentioning the cast cover. ... (12 replies)
... ments in advance of this surgery. I suppose it wont hurt but I didnt do it personally. I think by the time your family vacation hits you should be in a walking boot and be fairly well adjusted to getting around in the boot by then. ... (25 replies)
... Hello. I have neen post op now for 14 months. My ankle no longer turns over on me. Overall, I can say I'm pleased with the results of my surgery. ... (18 replies)
... boards, although I'm sorry you need them! There are several of us on here that just went through the surgery you are facing. I just had my second reconstruction for ruptured ATFL and CFL ligaments, ruptured retinaculum and longitudinal split in my peroneus longus tendon. ... (41 replies)
... I had ankle arthroscopy done 2 weeks ago, so I'm mostly weight bearing in a boot by now. The best thing I picked up was a cheap 4 legged stool for the tub. I got mine at Ikea and added rubber feet. ... (77 replies)
... I am using a foot and ankle ortho at a top ranked hospital for orthopedic surgery. This doctor has a special interest in posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. ... (21 replies)

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