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... I'm sorry to hear that your joint replacement failed. ... (2 replies)
... foam, casing boot to wear. Went partial weight bearing on one crutch, then fully weight bearing and the boot was a god send. So was the walking stick for balance. ... (12 replies)
... After that I was full weight bearing, but I had an air cast to wear in my shoe to support my ankle for many months. ... (5 replies)

... It's been a bit since being on here, just been working at the gym building my strength and getting ready to go back to work. ... (113 replies)
... I mean, is it like back to feeling normal? ... (151 replies)
... Its always nice to see stories in regards to lisfranc injuries. I suffered mine lisfranc injury on june 18th of 2008.. long story short.. ... (32 replies)
... I am so happy to have found this message board and have enjoyed reading everyone's posting on LF's and all the different situations. ... (17 replies)
... I found it hard to walk for any distace, stand on my feet for any period of time, I had a limp, was on drugs, had to wear MBT shoes and my ROM had decreased to the point I couldn't get it to 90 degrees. I didn't have arthritis in any other part of my foot, but frequently got pain especially in my big toe. ... (20 replies)
... Congrats on getting your cast off! ... (3 replies)
... No it wasn't, I just went to my local hospital fracture clinic. The doctor there didn't really seem that bothered by my injury when I went in to get my cast off as he only poked one area of my foot at it was not the place broken. ... (4 replies)
... O.K. Went to the doctor today. They took all the dressing off and I got to see the incision. It was worse looking than I thought it would be. The incision is about six inches long. Did not look infected at all, so that is good. ... (37 replies)
... Im sure you have had your pins out by now. Just curious how it went and are you in shoes already. I was in a cast for another month, then a boot for 6 weeks after I had my pins removed but I had a lot of other work done on my foot, too. ... (3 replies)
... and how conservative your doctor is. ... (2 replies)
... Interesting. I haven't worn the boot for about a week. I haven't gone to a bar or anything and wouldn't risk it. I'm having a hard time gauging how far along my foot and ankle are. My calf strength is still pathetic and I can't go up on my toes without using the other leg for support. ... (38 replies)
... Plus I got mine in the ER after going in for a too tight cast so they didn't say anything about putting a sock on under it. So needless to say....after a couple weeks it sure stunk!! The grey boots indeed have a removable liner. I have been told you can machine wash it, but I also did it by hand. ... (13 replies)
... Ok so how long does this really take to heal? ... (2 replies)
... I am new to this site and trying to get some GOOD advice. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Ellen. Yes it is nice to keep in touch with our friends. We had a nice time, laughed and laughed at the crazy things we did as kids. So happy to hear you are doing well with the cast. Yes, I was in the BOOT ugh! ... (41 replies)
... I wouldn't have believed how quickly he expects me to heal, except that I had a friend have the same procedure done by him. I have no cast, and I'm not allowed to use crutches. ... (26 replies)
... I bet your feet are still swollen and that's why they're wide. Still, you need to find comfortable shoes until the swelling is totally gone. I had surgery on my left foot in August and am now able to wear any of my regular shoes. ... (30 replies)

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