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... Anyway all is healing well, but when the boot came off I am having a really hard time walking in any kind of shoe. I was wondering if anyone else had the same experience. ... (6 replies)
... I went out yesterday with my cam boot on and after 5 hours and trying on 16 dresses and then going out to eat, I was ready to scream. ... (15 replies)
... I am torn now between wearing a shorter dress vs. and a long one. I can see your point in wearing the cam boot and not risk hurting my foot being in a slipper. ... (22 replies)

... A few weeks back I never thought I would be stepping with the cam boot and here I am limping through Walmart. ... (22 replies)
... A few weeks back I never thought I would be stepping with the cam boot and here I am limping through Walmart. ... (22 replies)
... The cam boot is clunky, I do not wear it alot, but I am allowed to start WB on my actual foot now so that is the reason I do not wear it. I still use knee walker at home. ... (22 replies)
Cam boot
Sep 27, 2008
... Is the Cam boot to the knee or just the short one? ... (2 replies)
... are exagerated in a position that sits much lower than all of my toes. This makes the big toe sit much higher until all pins are removed. When I first wore my cam boot it hurt like the dickens. Now 7 weeks out it doesn't bother me as much. I only wear my camboot the minute I exit the house. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Pheslie, I am 34 year old active female. I had an accident at work resulting in a lacerated tendon and had dropped foot as a result. I had surgery two weeks ago. I was wondering if you could share more about your experience...I am in a cast, and the doctor wants to keep a cast on for 4 more weeks. When did you start walking? How has your progress been? I'm trying to... (10 replies)
... I am almost at 10 weeks post op. At 6 weeks when I began cam boot walking I was very stiff. Limited range of motion but no pain. I am now walking in a large sneaker. I still swell up and turn pinkish, but not like at 6 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... What is walking like after the boot? ... (4 replies)
... When I used the cam boot for almost 3 months then after surgery and the cast came off I used the same socks still today I use knee high socks made called cloud. ... (2 replies)
... I am looking for any thoughts on how to keep from destroying the bottoms of my cam boot. I am walking on the outside edge of my foot. This was made worse after I ruptured my poroniouongus tendon. I have bin destroying the out side edge of boot. ... (11 replies)
... hat less. Don't get me wrong. At 6 months tomorrow, it still hurts me some to walk, but nothing like before. Finally, I can walk around my house with just the CAM boot. I don't need the knee scooter indoors, but I still use it for distances and for work. ... (14 replies)
PT and Walking!
Jan 15, 2015
... Wow doing good. I hope all keeps going welll. I hate to be chofered around, rite now I drive with the cam boot. ... (29 replies)
... I am not sure that everyone gets a walking cast with him but I only think that because at one point he said I'd get a boot around 8 weeks and his resident said at 6 weeks. Instead I got the walking cast at 6 weeks and it came off at 10. ... (20 replies)
... and throb in pain after so much activity. take it one day at a time. Gradually build up your strength, muscles, and stamina to walking. You were in a cast and CAM boot for 86 days. That is a long time and your muscles and connective tissue naturally will atrophy and be weaker. ... (14 replies)
... Congratulations! That's so awesome. I am so very happy for you! Are you walking with a CAM boot? ... (14 replies)
... me and he told me not to put it off until I couldn't walk without it. I suppose I kind of did since I had torn it up so badly by the time I went to surgery that walking was not good. But I am glad that serious arthritis hadn't developed. ... (20 replies)
... foot surgeries as "The best way to learn patience". I never dreamed it would take nearly 7 months to get to the place I am walking well or that I would happily restrict myself to inside all winter to avoid the risk of falls on ice. ... (20 replies)


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