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... Good boots and thick socks help a lot. Physical therapy is probably the most important thing you can do. I started with some simple ROM exercises around 6 weeks. ... (11 replies)
... and some strenthening of the calves, quads and hamstrings with a leg press. I was allowed to do exercises with my boot off but couldn't bear weight with exercise for 6 weeks. I found that the key to success in recovery was in those first 6 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... ts. Having both broke might have slowed you up. Without good side to favor, it is probably harder to get out there an build it up. But you may have to. Water exercises is supposed to be good way. ... (3 replies)

... I felt I was making good progress until her visit. Any one else out there have the same problems with scar tissue. Can't I just strech it out with the exercises they have tought me. Once I am able to put weight on it won't that also strech it out too. I have read so many different things on this. ... (22 replies)
RE: Broken Ankle
Sep 25, 2010
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RE: Broken Ankle
Jun 9, 2010
... He gave me some advice on some exercises that he wanted me to do to work on mobilization of my ankle. ... (7 replies)
... t when you resume normal activities. So the more PT you do at any stage the easier it will be to move on to the next. Using that theraband, doing range of motion exercises and leg lifts while on crutches will make it easier to move on to a cane. Then, doing more of the same will facilitate getting off of the cane. ... (9 replies)
... for several months and not allowed to put one ounce of pressure on my foot. Physical therapy during that period included 'range of motion' exercises for the joints and weight exercises to keep my leg muscles in shape. ... (14 replies)
Lisfrac Injury
Aug 2, 2016
... o make it back into my house up 3 steps! I went to the recliner with the help of crutches and iced my knee and foot. I had brusing along my toes, the side of my heal and the bottom of my foot. I could not bare any weight on my foot for 3 weeks! I was doing good, just to make it to the restroom and bed. ... (1 replies)
... bearing at six weeks it was 8 weeks or four months before that so am scared he doesn't know what he is doing....I am in my sixties and it takes longer for us to heal I was told so why is he pushing PT and also weight bearing at six weeks...may only be partial weight bearing but I am very nervous about it. ... (6 replies)
... which tricks the body into thinking it's a broken bone and must heal it. ... (62 replies)
... To address the whole "you'd have been better off if you had broken it" phrase....I got sick of hearing that too. Having been this far down the road though, I can tell you it's true and I wish I had just broken it! ... (5 replies)
... How's it going for you by now? (2 replies)
... h the foot looks a lot better, I can't lift or straighten my big toe. I have only the tiniest ability to move it in that direction. My doctor said to do some ROM exercises and I've been doing them. But since I started, my foot pain has returned with a vengeance. The Percoset doesn't touch the pain. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all, Just a note of introduction from someone (non-diabetic female, not a couch potato but nowhere near athletic) who had Calcaneonavicular (CN) Bar excision in Dec 2012. At age 45 and with early onset osteoporosis in my right foot/ankle/leg, I thought I had developed traumatic arthritis following a nasty fall (broke at least one foot bone) 20 years ago. I thought I was... (0 replies)
... it so I laid low for 2 weeks and started wearing a lace up brace the second week for daily stuff. I've seen 2 sports med docs and started doing some basic rehab exercises immediately. ... (0 replies)
... rays and did not see any fracture. They diagnosed Plantar Fasciitis and gave me prednisone, naproxen and some exercises for after the pain subsided. A month and a half later, I got tired of the pain and was not experiencing Plantar Fasciitis symptoms at all. I picked a Dr. ... (0 replies)
... The physical therapists gave me upon my first visit, several seated exercises to do to increase mobility. As every situation is different, and these exercises were tailored to my specific situation, I wouldn't feel comfortable sharing them all here. ... (1 replies)
... It hadn't swelled prior to today. The doctor I saw is extremely hard to reach. He called me on the phone to tell me about the fracture, but I didn't think it was broken so I wasn't prepared to ask specific questions. ... (6 replies)
... I must say though I kept my foot relitively still for 2 weeks after surgery. Also my ankle was broken so I didnt want to push it. ... (32 replies)

Associated Tags: calcaneous, calcaneus, fracture, lisfranc fracture, lisfranc injury, lisfranc physical therapy, lisfranc recovery, lisfranc surgery, surgery, tarsal coalition

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