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 61 for not able to walk after cast comes off. (0.403 seconds)


... I hope that's not me! I can definitely foresee not being able to walk for long distances or stand for long periods the first while. ... (10 replies)
... well, well, well... Congratulations!!!! yaay!!! your cast comes off!!!! whoo hoo!! ... (11 replies)
... weeks ago. Cast comes off on Wednesday! So excited, but nervous. ... (7 replies)

... hole on the ground and inverted my left ankle pretty badly. My ATFL and CFL were both torn. My job has a clinic on site and I was taken there. Surprisingly I was able to walk there. Anyhow, the doctor looked at my ankle and said I had a sprain. ... (8 replies)
... condition sounds like yours and perhaps was even worse as my bad ankle was swollen for 8 yrs. The last couple of years my walking became a problem as it started to hurt after limping for so many years. ... (8 replies)
... Hi! So just some tips. First, expect to be on crutches longer than you are told. ... (35 replies)
... walking cast for 11 days and yesterday was placed in a walking cast for the next three weeks. An arch was shaped into the bottom of the cast. The cast comes all the way under my toes although my toes are exposed from a top view. ... (50 replies)
... the doc never really made that clear. He told me that I would be in PT but he never said whether or not I will be in the boot, or how I will be getting around. ... (10 replies)
I hate this cast!
Jun 14, 2005
... osteotomy and just graduated to a 'walking cast' today. I know it's premature... but I hate it! My foot is in more pain in the cast than it was all bandaged up after the surgery. ... (13 replies)
... I remember feeling tired all the time for about the first 3 wks! It gets better. Just listen to your body..it needs that rest to heal. ... (24 replies)
... Both of those surgeries had me NWB for about 8 weeks and even longer recovery after I was able to walk. I am with you with how boring, painful, and frustrating recovery can be. ... (5 replies)
... exactly what happened to me. in fact this flushing caused instant pain if i were to put my foot down for the first month atleast! i simply could not do it even with pain pills for the first 2 weeks so i had to get out of bed in stages. then on crutches i had to lift my leg behind me right away. ... (3 replies)
... (14 replies)
... (14 replies)
... Yeah, that's really impressive. I own a wobble board because it was something that I just couldn't get right in PT the last time and I wanted to work on it more after I was done. I never got a full revolution without cheating with my arms. ... (7 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. I think she does most of what you do if not all. She's just about your age, I think a year younger. ... (65 replies)
... I know exactly how you feel and whilst I haven't had all the same procedures you have had I have had the brostrom and to be honest I couldn't even walk on it without pain at 2 weeks took me many weeks till I was able to properly walk on it. ... (35 replies)
... hard to describe, but it comes and goes and not always when I stand or even have the heel touched. ... (35 replies)
... only 4 days to go. Having read some of the problems people have been having once they reach this stage, I've been trying not to build my expectations up too high. ... (120 replies)
... Thanks London....bet you'll be glad to get that cast off....After only 1 day in this cast I'm ready for it to come off...lol....fiberglass prison is no fun..... ... (87 replies)


Associated Tags: 5th metatarsal, cast removal, cast removed, fracture, pttd; calcaneal osteotomy; post op;

Pages: 1 2 3

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 08:36 PM.





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