It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Foot & Ankle Problems Board Index
Pages: 1 2 3 Showing 1 - 20 of 57 for can you walk after cast removal. (0.011 seconds)

... sted that I had been thru this before and would be responsibe about it. But much less shrinking of muscles and tendons and the other leg was much more damaged after the failed drilling the talus had just crumbled into pieces. ... (19 replies)
... Try not to get too discouraged. Theropy can be the 2 step forward and one step back process. As far along as I am I have had my set backs too. On the 14th we moved my daughter to college. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, I am behind you by a bit. I got lucky though and they booted me at 4 weeks. I have since been working on range of motion. ... (19 replies)

... Hi, Isn't it so nice to be able to walk and carry things at the same time! If you wear your shoes inside when your busy it will help the leg not get so tired. ... (19 replies)
... Hello everyone! I have responded to some posts here but thought I'd tell my whole story to see if any of you wise ones can help me! ... (0 replies)
... Evans calcaneus osteotomy, midtarsal arthrodesis, extra navicular removal and PTTD on Jan. 24. ... (4 replies)
... It will be up to a year before they officially know that it has incorporated. However, you will be walking long before that. The osteotomy site has to heal first. With the cast off in four weeks you are off to a good start. ... (83 replies)
... Cinde,Good morning! IMO, the first thing to remember is that it is ALWAYS worse at night than it is in the morning. The mind is very powerful. You are most vulnerable at night and that's when your mind races and that's, I think, why the pain feels worse and you don't know where to turn. ... (32 replies)
... the pain you feel is perfectly natural. Your poor foot has been through a lot, so treat it with compassion and understanding. ... (54 replies)
... I'm so sorry you have to delay your cast removal too! ... (80 replies)
... Great info on the PT RBaller. I still have some more questions for you all. ... (54 replies)
... i had a similar accident while windsurfing. Fractures on 2,3 and 4 with dislocation on 1. I am now 5weeks post op with hard cast feeling better. I am looking for info on long term effect experinces and recovery times. ... (32 replies)
... 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. ... (32 replies)
... If you search for my handle you will find a number of posts, but most of them only show a part of the story. ... (32 replies)
... Today I made it to the Ortho's office for cast removal! .. I was so happy! ... (42 replies)
... I had the surgery on June 1 and stayed in the hospital overnight. The doctor performed an open reduction with three screws to hold everything in place. Right after surgery, my foot was in a cast past my calf. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Kim, Thank you for your post. I have been following your progress as well. ... (41 replies)
... Wow, you have quite a resume! My cousin's daughter is a dancer and I know she does a lot of lyrical because I had to ask her what that is. ... (65 replies)
... or tib". And then, asked if I had done PT before... I said yes, and I am not a huge fan of it. It didn't help me much. He said ok... and then said "we usually cast or boot these". Ok... ... (2 replies)
... I agree with you. When I got my cast off & went into a boot, I still had 4 weeks left of NWB, but they had me start exercises. The doctor asked me if I WANTED to do PT and at that point I was going to decline because I thought I knew how to do the exercises they showed me why should I go to PT. But then his PT saw me there in the office and insisted that I should start PT. ... (9 replies)

Associated Tags: allograft, newbie, ocd, osteochandral defect, osteochandral lesion, osteotomy, physical therapy, pttd, swimming

Pages: 1 2 3

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 02:03 PM.

2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!