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... Two years ago, I double dislocated, and broke my ankle, heel, and fibular. I had pins put in my ankle and heel. Two weeks ago I was in a car accident, car was a total loss without a straight panel or airbag intact. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to the site and this is my first post but I am really in need of some advice! ... (0 replies)

... Ok I know everyone is different but here is a brief outline from my experience. I broke my calcaneus on 26 April this year had surgery 1st may this year. I was not allowed to put any weight on for 8 weeks while in cast. ... (6 replies)
... It was a complex fracture, in 3 different directions. She doesn't know how she did it, she's not really athletic, but she's not fat or anything, and she joined an indoor volleyball team. Next thing you know, BAM, busted heel bone. This was again, last September. ... (6 replies)
... I am having a truly terrible day. I thought the worst was behind me since I could start walking as much as I want, but I was so wrong. I can barely walk without the aide of one crutch, and even with it I limp. ... (2 replies)
... but I have terrible shooting pains in my heel and toes as I step. It's OK if I take most of the weight on the crutches, but as soon as I go to more than just a little weight on the boot, the pain starts. ... (20 replies)
... Thank you Zerk for replying me, you are almost only one who had fraction like I do... no one understand me, they tell me... "well, I also broke leg, so what after 2 months I was running"... i cant explain them this pain... I really started to think that i will limp whole my life and will use crutch... ... (16 replies)
... months down the line with heel fractures, especially bilateral. Also, hoping my early recovery timeline will be helpful. Have a couple of questions at the end too!! ... (4 replies)
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... I also broke my heel in 2 places. I am at week 5 today. My doctor also told me to start putting weight on my foot. Sometimes it feels ok, and other times it hurts really bad. ... (10 replies)
... I had a blood clot on the side that I broke my leg on, not the broken heel side. had to go on warfrin. They kept me on it for 6 months. I also had to keep it up until the I was using it for walking. ... (6 replies)
... Ironically enough, I did the same thing as "ouch" and to avoid falling down the basement stairs, I jumped and landed on my heel, breaking it in 2 places. ... (8 replies)
... and was just given a boot for walking and have to see ortho again in 2 weeks. The Doctor gave me the boot and told me hopefully in 2 weeks I should be able to walk in a shoe. ... (10 replies)
... I fell, broke my heel in October 11. Had 3 screws put in and have been weight bearing for about 2 months now, probably a month with no walking boot or anything. ... (1 replies)
... I am a big advocate of comfortable socks, and think they make a big difference. I wear wool hiking socks year round. ... (8 replies)
... hang in there. It gets better, although your arm will recover faster than the heel. My husband fell off a ladder last August and fractured his right heel and tore his right rotator cuff. His heel was also badly crushed and he has a plate and 10 screws in it. He did PT for two months and now only has a slight limp. ... (25 replies)
... Finally, someone with one more screw than me! 15 and a plate here. ... (1 replies)
Broken heel
Nov 9, 2010
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Associated Tags: ankle, ankle surgery, calcaneous, cerebral palsy, fracture, heel, heel bone fracture, heel pain, jones fracture, nerve pain, shoes, toes, triple arthrodesis, walking boot

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