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... Hi, My name is Kevin and on January 26 I slid down a roof and fell 12 feet to the pavement. I managed to land on my feet, heels first. I broke my left heel into four pieces and bruised my right heel. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. I had my heel screwed back together in January, so coming up on 1-year anniversary. Mostly I'm doing fine, walk about 2 miles a day with no problems, and I've regained a good deal of flexibility. But lately a new problem has appeared. After standing motionless (behind a camera, at work) for a couple of hours, I notice that the sole of my foot, and the back of my thigh, is... (0 replies)
... So heelies what about your recovery stories? ... (0 replies)

... either way keep it elevated, really elevated, do what they tell you, they are doctors. Yes recovery is inconvient. ... (2 replies)
... t have but have assured me I will get back to normal after some time. I met another guy who broke his heel and in 3 years his doing everything he did before. Things have advanced and they are busy with ankle replacement research. Just stay strong and positive. ... (11 replies)
... This is a life changing injury. Recovery varies from person to person and injury. ... (11 replies)
... Tony, Do all of your therapy and ask if you can do more therapy at home with bands, weights, rom, anything they approve. Allow it to heal as best it can and then progress slowly. Every injury and recovery is different so it's hard to say how active your body will allow you to be but with hard work and a positive attitude I'm sure you will have plenty of fun once you're out of... (11 replies)
... Hi Tonyb If you don't mind me asking how old are you? 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. I am also able to use one crutch and the boot from time to time. I do take an... (11 replies)
... It's possible but honestly unlikely. With the force of the talus being driven in the calcaneus you are guaranteed to experience a significant amount of cartilage damage. You are very likely to develop arthritis in the subtalar joint. Probably pretty soon after you start walking in the right foot but even the left is likely to be affected after a number of years. This will make... (11 replies)
... Given your past experience with this type of injury, is a full recovery of function and mobility possible? ... (11 replies)
... bearing allowed, he took it off and told me to walk. Well, I really couldn't. I had a sharp pain in the center of my heel about the same as if you were to put a pebble directly underneath your heel and walk around on it. ... (7 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)
... I broke my heel over 3 years ago, and decided not to get surgery. I think my recovery went fairly well, but I'm really not sure. I still have pain in my heel when I run...and feel pins and needles pain when I first stand up in the morning. Nothing too severe...but enough to notice, and affect my day. ... (1 replies)
Broken heel
Nov 10, 2013
... The severity and recovery time really varies. But a year is ball park, with gains until 18 months, with people saying it still gets better for a few years. ... (3 replies)
Broken heel
Nov 10, 2013
... The severity and recovery time really varies. But a year is ball park, with gains until 18 months, with people saying it still gets better for a few years. ... (3 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 8, 2013
... Don't know if this will help or not, but I think we are at the same point in our recovery. I had surgery on Nov. 7th. My heel was in many more pieces and they also had to do a fusion, so the injury is a little different. I have been in a boot for 5 weeks. ... (14 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 6, 2013
... It is a long recovery. My pain started to get better about the 10th month, and probably about as good as it gets around 18 months. Though I think I made some small gains after that, as I got stronger. . I am doing everything I want, but in moderation, and there is pain with use. This injury varies between people, so hope for the best, but just realize this is a life... (14 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 6, 2013
... I was told that the muscle you lose in 4 weeks takes 4 months to bring back. Which isn't an encouraging stat. I can still see a marked difference between my good leg and bad leg, muscle wise. I have no noticeable inward/outward motion in my ankle, but that was because they fused it due to the severity of my break. I can point my toes close to normal, but pulling them up is... (14 replies)
Broken heel help
Feb 6, 2013
... Hey there, We are right about at the same time in recovery, I think I might be a month a head of you (My surgery was 23 August). Are you in a boot? Or shoes? It took me about 5 or 6 weeks to be full weight bearing in my boot. Once I was given the clearence to start into shoes, I waited until I had my first PT. There, they were surprised I wasn't walking yet, and basically... (14 replies)
Broken Heel
Jan 2, 2013
... I wish you a speedy recovery! However, I've heard a full recovery takes a while. I'm 6 weeks in now, hoping I can start putting weight on it in 2 more weeks! ... (13 replies)

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