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... I can't take pain pills and drive to work and with physical therapy that creates a 9 hour day for me. ... (16 replies)
... My surgery was July 3rd so I am 7 weeks post op. I will have had physical therapy for 4 weeks. Its hard being a teacher cause you are on your feet a LOT! I will be 13 weeks post op when I am suppose to return to work. ... (16 replies)
... You need to do the physical therapy at home not just the appointment, and continue it for months, even if you have been released. ... (16 replies)

... I start physical therapy Sept 8th and am scheduled to go back to work 4 weeks later. Will that be enough time? ... (16 replies)
... As you recovered from your heel fractures, how many weeks or months did you attend formal physical therapy appointments? ... (3 replies)
Calcaneus fracture
Apr 18, 2017
... After physical therapy and constantly working at it...you will have to push yourself and it will be painful, but you will improve. ... (8 replies)
... iner so I keep my feet up. Don't work a full day but when I get home I ice and elevate more. I see the PA for my surgeon tomorrow to hopefully get released for physical therapy. I am sure I will need some pain pills for therapy. ... (6 replies)
Calcaneus fracture
Mar 29, 2017
... he folks i suffered a fall from a slipped ladder about 5 feet it turns out i broke my heel i was happy when the surgeon said no surgery was required. i spent 10 weeks off my foot no weight bearing i just started physical therapy i mean i lost complete muscle in my left leg its been 2 weeks if gone from crutches to a cane but what aggravates me is after being on my feet for the... (8 replies)
... Your legs will shrink a great deal. It will come back fast. Physical therapy is important. Treat it as your job. Do it at home, not just appointment. ... (4 replies)
... I see there are about a thousand threads addressing calcaneus fractures and I think I have read all of them! All the way back to 2009 or something! Thank you to all for the information. ... (4 replies)
... Good socks and boots make a huge difference, and physical therapy is probably most important. ... (3 replies)
... Definitely check in with your doc again, and if you aren't in physical therapy, you need to be, ASAP. The range of motion and muscle tone get destroyed after even a month of not being able to move it. ... (6 replies)
... Physical therapy is giving me exercises that I never would've thought of on my own. ... (3 replies)
... I think physical therapy may be the most important thing you can do. ... (3 replies)
... yr old male, fell off ladder, right calcaneus fx with surgery 8 days later. No weight bearing for about 6 weeks, then gradual weight bearing. ... (3 replies)
... My fracture didnt seem that bad. ... (7 replies)
... I was doing 2 miles on a treadmill at physical therapy. ... (12 replies)
... Yeah I wish I could wait! I have a week to ask for more FMLA leave so I have to tell them ahead of time. I guess maybe I am better taking the time off then not! (16 replies)
... I would think about a walker too, more stable, you can use your hands better. I think you are going to have to wait it out and see. (16 replies)
... So 5 months post op would be ideal to go back to work? From reading all the posts on here it seems that is when people are more functional. I need to be able to limp around, partial weight bearing with at least one crutch and make it 8 hours without to much pain and swelling. (16 replies)


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