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... Having read some of the messages on this forum I realise that I am not the only one suffering a severe pain in my foot and the reason for it has not been found. ... (2 replies)
... I am not the only one suffering a severe pain in my foot and the reason for it has not been found. ... (6 replies)
... and then the second picc line I know know made my arm bleed inside, pushing on nerves in my arm. BUT, at the same time my leg got worse. ... (240 replies)

... In October of 2016 I was working and wearing about 30 lbs of gear. I stepped off of a wall that was about 2.5 feet tall and into a sprinkler hole or hole in the ground. I followed with my left leg so I dropped with all my weight onto the foot and ankle. ... (0 replies)
... at everytime I sat or lied down, when I got back up walking is very difficult and I limp around. The top have of my body feels disconnected from the bottom half, like they are not in sync. My feet seem to naturally stand in a weird position that makes the limping worse. ... (3 replies)
... And pain is supposed to be treated. That was the whole point of adding pain as a vital sign, it was so that people had to pay attention and do something about it. I'm glad your family dr is reasonable. ... (12 replies)
... Sure, although you may have to remind me. I was in a walking cast for the last 4 weeks so I did get some weight on it during that time. ... (9 replies)
... the slide and move me out of harms way bc I couldn't put any pressure on it at all! I literally almost blacked out from the pain. I couldn't allow myself to cry in front my son. ... (17 replies)
... provided an excellent opportunity for the accident to happen drunk OR sober. Just a strange, freak accident. In retrospect, being drunk was actually a bonus, as the pain throughout the drunkenness was certainly reduced...that was, until the morning. ... (1 replies)
... ng for info on long term effect experinces and recovery times. You have not posted after feb 09 and I'm just curious on how are you doing now and if you are back in the water or snowboarding. ... (32 replies)
... wn across the ball of my ankle as well as two smaller incisions on both sides of my ankle, I assume from the ankle scope. Foot is actually still very swollen and bruised even today, especially if my foot is not elevated for a few minutes, it will turn purple and swell and become very painful. ... (10 replies)
... ok - I guess it's a come to reality day. After finally looking up what lisfranc breaks are ... it's doesnt look great. I know it's only been 6 wks but I am going nuts. I go back in 3 wks to remove screws/pins, and put some weight down. I guess I just thought I would start walking...but from what I have read all day that's not going to be the case. I just finished my first... (32 replies)
... od shoes but they are heavy shoes as I help to unload heavy boxes as I am a manager of a fast food restaurant. For the past two weeks I have noticed that I have pain in one of my feet. The pain is like I have bruised my foot but I have not done that. ... (2 replies)
... I wanted to put together my story of lisfranc joint injury in one post and keep it updated as I go along. ... (32 replies)
... fuss out of nothing and that it was probably just a sprain and she moved it. And till this day I swear her moving it made it worse. I was told at the hospital my leg I broke may be shorter than my left leg and that I will definately get arthritis. I needed an operation to put 2 screws in it. ... (3 replies)
... now fallen 4 times while on crutches since my surgery for a lisfranc injury. My 1st time falling was only a couple nights after the surgery and I was groggy from pain meds. It was painful and scary but the next day it felt a little better. I felt too embarrassed to call the doctors office. ... (4 replies)
... The first few weeks of pt will focus on range of motion exercises like ankle pumps, circles, alphabet, and marbles. I also did table exercises to strengthen leg muscles. Then I gradually did more and more standing exercises as I was able to tolerate them. ... (2 replies)
Broke my toe
Apr 12, 2015
... e JustmeJen and Black Bear! I appreciate people listening to me vent and rant! I am just so fustrated and the fact that I can't do much is drving me bonkas! I am like you Jen I swell at times but other times not so much! I also rarely notice bruising when I do bruise myself! ... (14 replies)
... I am an avid hiker, snowshoer, cyclist, backpacker and sometimes climber. Love the outdoors. I put off surgery until I could no longer engage in the activities I loved. I am happy to report that I am back doing everything but climbing. But I am not without problems. ... (3 replies)
... ankle is. Seeing an ortho does not mean you need more surgery. It's not impossible but I'm certain it wouldn't be the first step. I don't think they'd go back in until you pass that year mark and have had adequate PT anyway. ... (22 replies)


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