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... I started in a nylon brace thing, then moved into cam walker, but the minute he saw the MRI, he moved me into a hard cast. ... (0 replies)
... I was scared of a cast too. Although I was actually more scared of a boot because the boot I was in years ago after my injury was so incredibly uncomfortable. ... (27 replies)
... Hot mess about describes it. That's why you don't tear 2 ligaments, 2 tendons and the achilles and delay surgery 5 years. I was braced all that time and the one time I went out without a brace to get my infant niece from the car my ankle went completely under and everything tore again, leading to surgery. (I did not drop the baby which I am very proud of). Then I waited a... (27 replies)

... tilting bed tray this morning. I was going to look into a walker but realized my insurance would probably cover it so I'll hold up on that. ... (27 replies)
... If you buy the scooter you shouldn't need a prescription, but if you rent it from a medical equipment place, and want insurance to cover it, then you will need one. They are wonderful for helping you to be hands free. In your case, I would highly recommend it. Good luck. (6 replies)
... weeks in the cam walker boot. ... (6 replies)
Is This Too Fast?
Jul 18, 2015
... weight bearing cast for 23 days and then afterwards I graduated into the CAM walker boot. ... (0 replies)
Jul 15, 2015
... When I begin FWB, I want to try to step away from my walker and at least use a cane or some sort. How did you all have confidence to walk FWB with a cam walker boot after PWB? ... (7 replies)
... On a final note, how do people go down the stairs with a CAM walker if half the stairs doesn't have a railing? ... (18 replies)
... d PT which I haven't started yet. I'm questioning if I' even ready for weight bearing yet. No, I can't put weight on the foot without the boot. And only with the boot and crutches, I can take steps using both feet but very lightly on the injured foot. ... (1 replies)
... year pool party. Is there such thing as a swimming CAM Walker? ... (4 replies)
... Once the cast was off, I transitioned to a CAM boot or continuos ankle motion walker. I was encouraged to transition over a four week period from NWB or nonweight bearing to FWB or full weight bearing. ... (15 replies)
... I agree with Ruth. If you don't have any big knee issues, the knee scooter is a life saver. I would have been lost without it the first time around, and there was no question this time either. It's 10x better than using crutches or a walker, although you probably will still want to keep one or the other of them on hand as well for spaces that are tight and impractical for... (4 replies)
Cronic Foot Pain
Nov 7, 2008
... Should I get a night splint, Or should i just get a Cam Walker Boot? ... (2 replies)
... Yah I appreciate you feedback. I lasted in shoes just enough to walk to restaurant door and to table then after dinner we walked to car. Came home and put Can walker on. This morning I put shoes on 1st thing this morning but only lasted an hour. In CAM walker the rest of the day. I have such a busy lifestyle.... ... (3 replies)
... Yes it hurts! The cam boot is so much more supportive. You'll probably need at least one crutch. If you don't have full rom back yet.......ouch! ... (3 replies)
... was NWB for 4 weeks in hard cast, 2 weeks weight bearing in hard cast, then was put in CAM walker for two weeks. I'm going into a regular shoes in 2 days. I still have pain from time to time.....each transition I had pain. ... (3 replies)
... I did not have your type of surgery. I had foot reconstruction done in August, any way I can relate to the cam walker boot, I HATE mine too! I went out in mine yesterday for around 5 hours. When we were at dinner, the pain in my foot and ankle was excrutiating. ... (9 replies)
... o idea what is going on with the incision area. The ace bandage is a bit discolored around the heel but it is dry. I'm assuming the odor is from living in this boot 24 hours a day for 7 days but want to make sure there isn't any risk of an infection. I don't have a fever or an increase in pain. ... (19 replies)
... I am still in the cam walker most of the time but supposed to start weaning off it into regular shoe. ... (1 replies)

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