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... There is lambs wool you can purchase to cover the wound, inside of the boot. ... (4 replies)
... why doesn't insurance cover foot surgery (5 replies)
... Insurance will cover the cost of foot surgery if it is not considered cosmetic. ... (5 replies)

... I agree... most plans cover it if it's for medical reasons. ... (5 replies)
... custom from the doctors. I have had three pairs plus an additional left one because after each surgery my foot changed. I was very fortunate that my insurance has paid for all of the pairs. ... (7 replies)
... My insurance doesn't cover orthotics, and it's truly ridiculous. I had PF surgery because they wouldn't pay for orthotics, but they would pay for the surgery. ... (7 replies)
... You may want to get another opinion about your foot problem. It really may be too late for orthotics. Get them ASAP and try, however getting another opinion is called for as well. You may pay for that too. ... (7 replies)
... I have had foot problems for as long as i can remember. ... (7 replies)
... a few days later I tried to get out of a chair and just failed... felt like an idiot but at least it didn't hurt as much, I fell slowly and didn't touch the bad foot down too hard. Talked with the family about getting a rolling knee walker which has helped considerably. ... (4 replies)
... I did not agree to it other than signing the surgical consent which would cover anything that came up during surgery. I was told later that once the surgeon got inside it was much worse than expected. ... (30 replies)
... along with basketball, cycling and hiking. In December of 2013 I had my first foot surgery. I was diagnosed at Kaiser with a bunion, and had a bunionectomy on my right foot. They cut a v shape and inserted several screws. ... (2 replies)
... l due to the knee scooter. This time around my surgeon is very big on knee rollers. When I went to my first op appt, I saw another patient that had a sheepskin cover on the knee part. She said it helps with her knee. After calling around after surgery, I found a medical supply place that had one. ... (3 replies)
... I looked at the seated scooter and my concern is with the bar that you rest your leg on. If you are resting it on your heel it might be painful. Also with your foot sticking out I think your turning radius might be limited. ... (2 replies)
... when i think back my toes and all sorts of parts got stiff just from sitting with booted foot raised up in the air trying to let things heal. they had me do simple exercises to keep things moving during the first phase to see if my injuries would heal. ... (9 replies)
... provincial laws and insurance company. Here it is absolutely illegal and insurance won't cover you. You are impaired. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for the response ! Ya Im worried I might go stir-crazy I usually work 7 days a week so taking the summer off will be a huge change!! Definitely will have to invest in a cast cover :) thanks so much !! (8 replies)
... One product that saved my life was a cast cover for showering. ... (8 replies)
... Well I used my cast cover I the pool it worked like a charm. Even went in the hot tub to warm up after my swim water in the pool was about 87ish and hot tub was 102. ... (15 replies)
... Black bear, did you try it? How did it work for you? I did not buy a cast cover, just used plastic garbage bags and tape to shower. I can get my foot wet now but prefer to wait until the incisions heal completely before I go in a (potentially germ-laden) pool. Looking forward to swimming soon, though! (15 replies)
... Tomorrow I will try the cast cover in pool. We have bin out and about all day and I am beet. Ugg. It is amazing the how quick are body's lose mussel from surgery and nwb faze. ... (15 replies)

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