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... Please make sure you are at the same height on the opposite foot. There are heal risers etc. ... (7 replies)
... Left foot reconstructive surgery. Very flat feet. ... (7 replies)
... I was in good shape before my surgery, and I find crutches to be very difficult, painful, and damaging to other body parts. Initially, I used them almost exclusively. ... (13 replies)

... I had a severe ligament strain several years ago in my right foot.My foot swelled up on top.The doctor diagnosed it as "broken" I was on crutches for about 3 months.Thankfully,my foot was not broken,but did develop scar tissue on the top area. ... (0 replies)
... I feel like I've been through medical hell and am still there. I suddenly lost the ability to walk a few years ago, found out I had chronic compartment syndrome in both legs with lots of nerve damage, and had a surgery to correct it. ... (7 replies)
... Hoping to find some more experienced people in this matter. ... (0 replies)
... and I've gotten to the point where I can do some partial weightbearing and even some walking without the crutches altogether, but I still have to go back to using the crutches often because of pain. ... (15 replies)
... and not a fractured sesamoid. My concern is that you said you are having surgery on it. What exactly are you having surgery for? ... (21 replies)
... sorry to hear about your injury, this injury is so hard to bear both physically and mentally. I am doing very well now, I started putting partial weight bearing on my foot about 3 months after my injury. ... (34 replies)
... Hello all. I am new here. I shattered my right heel on June 26, 2005. I am about 8 weeks into recovery at this point with my next orthopedic surgeon appt on September 1st. ... (88 replies)
... Surgery cannot and does not fix soft tissue damage. You need to elevate your foot as much as possible and REST it. You need to take care of yourself. I cannot stress this enough. ... (18 replies)
... If you don't mind me asking how old are you? ... (11 replies)
... When I was middle school I remember having some heel cup inserts in my shoes at one point, but that was the only time growing up my feet gave me any issues. ... (7 replies)
... ed off by something I never saw. Before I could drop to the ground to stop, my right ski got wedged into a saddle formed by the downhill slope of the hill I was on and the front of a massive mogul. My body weight pressed into my ankle, my Tibia and Fibular split and slid along my foot, and my ankle shattered. ... (0 replies)
... chance that my talus would collapse!!!! My orthopedist performed an ORIF surgery. He had trouble with getting everything in position and was getting ready to get his saw out and he had it in his hand, but he decided to try again...when he tried one last time...his last trial worked!!! ... (13 replies)
... Okay I need to communicate better! They said in a lab setting they have gone to 19 mm distraction on a cadaver with only 5 mm showing for their efforts. I am their first live patient with similar reactions. ... (270 replies)
... and that when I was up and about on my crutches I kept my injured foot in a tennis shoe that had arch supports. He supported the decision. ... (1 replies)
... ain went away but lateral ankle pain was worse after runs of 20 miles or more. Short, fast races no problem but I definitely felt lack of explosive pushoff power in right foot. ... (61 replies)
... ief HX... I have had ankle problems all of my life. When I was 12, I was taken to a podiatrist and had both feet soft casted immediately. From there it was years in braces, orthotics, and LOTS of pain. No one ever said I had an accessory bone that was causing all of the problems, let a lone there was a way to fix it. ... (2 replies)
... Looks like we had a dusting of snow last night in eastern Penn. ... (82 replies)

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