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... All is still going great. Went to hospital on Monday to have plaster cast removed and get a fiberglass full cast on. ... (48 replies)
... My apologies if you are looking for a quick get in and out post. This is a long item. It is a followup to an earlier post from 4 weeks ago. This long post is intended to help readers considering or planning toe fusion surgery. ... (0 replies)
... I had a brostrom procedure done on my left ankle 7 weeks ago. I go back to the doctor in 2 weeks to get my cast off, and at that point I am also going to schedule physical therapy. I was wondering how much PT I am going to need? ... (7 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)
Broken foot
Jun 7, 2012
... The GP said that I just have to wear a boot cast for two weeks and check back after to see how my foot is. I have to remain completely off it until then. I am wearing an air boot cast. I don't know if that is more common now than a regular cast. ... (15 replies)
... Well, I'm finally out of the cast and into a boot. ... (0 replies)
... So I'm going to keep my appointment for next week and just be careful this week...so it is a relief that it's nothing serious, just painful. How is your cyst today? ... (124 replies)
... Hey! Good to hear from you! I bet your calf muscles are coming back and making the cast snug at times! I can only imagine since I feel mine coming back, but I can adjust the boot. ... (124 replies)
... on crutches for 7 weeks. It would have been longer but I was young and hated the crutches so I walked on the cast causing it to fall apart. My doctor wasn't happy but he didn't put on a new cast, just left it the way it was. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for your kind reply. Yes this surgery takes allot out of you, and there is no way I would have been able to care for myself. It wasn't as awkward as I thought to be in the nursing facility. I checked out several places and found a newer one with private rooms. ... (50 replies)
... told me I'd be fine to go home and wear my CAM walker boot which I had worn for conservative treatment when first diagnosed with PTTD. ... (50 replies)
... I like doing my PT, if I start to get a tad hungy for junk food I do it and you know I forget about the junk food! lol! ... (21 replies)
... rays look good! Yes yo will have to wear the boot much longer than me! I won't get the boot for 3 more weeks. So 6 wks in a cast and then the boot for not sure how long! Keep following those doctor's orders!! ... (21 replies)
... My 16 year old son has been dealing with ankle pain for over 4 years. I stated taking him to his family doctor. He has flat feet. ... (12 replies)
... ok, now you've made me jealous twice again! LOL! First, I wish I was going home in a boot and second, I wish it was cold here! It's supposed to be, but we haven't seen winter yet! Grrr! ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that your joint replacement failed. ... (2 replies)
Ankle Instability
Dec 27, 2011
... marathon at the beginning of this month and decided to have it checked out to be sure it was ok. It is not ok. ... (8 replies)
... cotton osteotomies and gastroc recession. My doctor does not perform the surgery outpatient. He routinely keeps his patients in the hospital two to three nights for pain management. I couldn't imagine going home the same day. I took rx narcotics when I got home. ... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone! I know this post is going to be long, and I apologize in advance for that. ... (2 replies)


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