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... Best form of footwear i have found is the humble croc, with arch support, cannot get any other type of shoe on injured foot, only motorcycle boot and only for limited period then. ... (9 replies)
... d stable, until I got into car and Driver started to move car and it caused repair to fail, about 8 months later. Had a revision and ankle felt stable, but had pain due to subluxation of peroneal tendon and stress reactions. ... (4 replies)
... I was put in a circular fibreglass cast right after the surgery and was allowed weight bearing as tolerated immediatly after the surgery. ... (4 replies)

... Both surgeries I was nwb for 4 weeks and then slowly transitioned to walking in a boot without crutches by week 8. ... (4 replies)
... I did have a lot of pain and required pain meds for the first 4 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... How would you describe the post surgery pain level. ... (4 replies)
... support and encouragement but it's just too painful to do that much. You will get there. Hang in there and be patient with yourself. People not dealing with the pain will not understand the struggle you are going through. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I had a subtalar fusion done on 20th April. I was in a plaster cast for 6 weeks, then a boot, and non weight bearing for 8 weeks. ... (9 replies)
... I wasn't really allowed to torque on my foot left to right when I took my foot out of the boot for the first month so I didn't dare mess with it. ... (9 replies)
... On the swelling hopefully like me that goes down in the next few weeks. I was taking my foot out of the boot during initial pt and put into my shoe just for the exercise bike for 5 minutes to start and recall having to undo all the laces and it being a tight fit. ... (9 replies)
... Looking back the biggest mistakes I made was not having a knee scooter to get around better over crutches. ... (9 replies)
... The worst part of recovery for me was the throbbing pains when putting my foot down during the first few weeks. Pain meds never helped that for me. ... (9 replies)
... nfortunately the person who put it on apparently let my position slip and I wound up casted with my toes pointed down and my heel unable to be in the heel of the cast unless I was upright with my knee fully extended so gravity pulled it in. ... (9 replies)
... I was told today that I can over the next 7 weeks go from PWB to FWB in my boot cast. I have no idea how to start. It's a good thing I'm going to physio tomorrow as I can't imagine even PWB. ... (9 replies)
... Now, 4 days ago, my 'good' knee has swollen up and was so painful. I'm sure I just pulled something as it is getting better slowly slowly each day. ... (3 replies)
... The boot throws your entire gait off. The result is knee pain and sometimes hip pain. I wore the boot for 6 weeks or more and had the same issues. Once I tried walking normally the pain lessened as did my hip pain. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, knee pain is a common side effect of using an ankle boot. Putting ice on it might help. ... (10 replies)
... I have had a ankle fusion, I've been in a moon boot and now my dr has me in a cast and non weight bearing I've been in the cast 2 months now. I still have alot of pain, on March 1st I will get it off and he said I will have injections if pain is still there. ... (0 replies)
... I had the same surgery in the fall of 2103. I am so sorry you are in such pain. It WILL get better. At this stage you need to be ahead of the pain and take the pain meds you were prescribed on a regular basis. ... (8 replies)
... ed some input. I'm 52 years old and healthy. 4 months ago I started working a full time retail job. The store has marble floors. Immediately, I had foot and leg pain so I went for Dansko XP Pro clogs. ... (2 replies)




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