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Broken heel
Sep 5, 2016
... I have heard of several Heelies having no cast over the years, so there might be times when that is the best choice. ... (1 replies)
... and hung on rim and came down just to feel a definite problem in LEFT heel. ... (2 replies)

... I had the similar break as you whereby the talus shattered my right calcaneus, 13 screws and a plate. I had my op on the 4th of Jan this year and I'm currently using crutches, no boot, I am able to drive and put a little weight on my foot. ... (11 replies)
... The left foot has a few fractures but the bone wasn't displaced enough for surgery. On the right foot, the talus bone got driven downwards and split the calcaneus in alot of pieces. ... (11 replies)
... Get yourself a slant board and step on it and then a tennis ball. When using the tennis ball, step on the front of the foot for a short time and then go to the middle of the foot and then further back. ... (1 replies)
Broken heel
Nov 9, 2013
... I am a very fit and active 49 year old woman. I broke my calcaneus 10 days ago falling 7 ft from a dance pole doing a very dangerous trick and guess what, the crash mats were sitting in the corner. ... (3 replies)
... does that mean that I can't put my heel on a pillow? ... (2 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 6, 2013
... Hi liz, Thanks for the reply, my surgery was 8th Oct 2012 NWB till 04th Jan 2013 I went straight to shoes no boot, I use tennis shoes and find them good the pain is a stiffness and soreness and my tendons are very tight, the pain is ok to bear, i have limited movement inwards and outwards around my ankle movement of the foot backwards is good forwards not so good, I... (14 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 6, 2013
... Hi liz, Thanks for the reply, my surgery was 8th Oct 2012 NWB till 04th Jan 2013 I went straight to shoes no boot, I use tennis shoes and find them good the pain is a stiffness and soreness and my tendons are very tight, the pain is ok to bear, i have limited movement inwards and outwards around my ankle movement of the foot backwards is good forwards not so good, I... (14 replies)
... When I was a child, I was always the one with the least amount of grace, always falling, spraining that ankle...but no one even thought about a birth defect. ... (0 replies)
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... he then sent me to podiatrist and she did MRI and now I find out there is still a "SIGNIFICANT FRACTURE" in the heel...This jerk has had me walking on my broken heel for MONTHS!!! ... (10 replies)
Broken Heel
Jan 2, 2013
... I was also lucky enough to only fracture my heel in 2 places, so no surgery. However, I have heard pretty good news about heels healing fast. ... (13 replies)
Broken Heel
Dec 18, 2012
... miles a day. Then I got hurt in a rock climbing accident. ... (13 replies)
Broken Heel
Dec 18, 2012
... Hey all. I've read quite a bit on this forum before deciding to post. ... (13 replies)
... ray and he would see about being able to walk in a shoe at that time. ... (10 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)
... When I landed on a concrete sidewalk from about 7 feet, I knew immediately that it was broken and made a trip to the ER. I had no surgery but wore a cast for quite a few weeks and recall the pain involved. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: broken, calcaneous, calcaneus, definition of non-weight bearing, foot, fracture, heel, non-weight bearing, nwb, surgery, tarsal coalition

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