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... My toes would get a little cold so I just put a light blanket over my leg and foot. ... (52 replies)
... Did you have pins in your toes? ... (17 replies)
... Yup, I agree, forgot to add in the other post, that when I am at home, watching TV or on the computer , I always try to raise my foot.... that should become second nature ... ... (12 replies)

... I am also 9 months post op and my little toes and heel feel the same as yours Rosie.. my little toe will not move on its own, nor will it bend and it feels some what numb. ... (8 replies)
... op visit today. I was so excited to get the loose cast off my foot! ... (10 replies)
... I am just wondering if anybody else has been given a boot rather than a cast, and, if so, what rationale your surgeon has given for this? ... (0 replies)
... Well got my cast off today. Hurray! Im now in a boot but still not weight bearing. ... (3 replies)
... So, my doc said I could start with partial weight bearing with the boot and crutches and work up to no crutches. But anytime the foot is not elevated or in bed I should have the boot on. ... (12 replies)
... I tried wrapping a garbage bag with tape and nothing sucks more then having water leak in it and trying to blow dry it. I was in a hard splint for a week and a cast for 3 weeks. I ordered mine online. ... (0 replies)
... gh room to fall outwards due to the wall being so close and I had to topple sideways. Snap, crackle, pop, loss of consciousness. When I came to a moment later my toes were strangely contorted..and my whole foot was quite painful. I immediately knew something was very, very wrong. ... (1 replies)
... Two years ago I had spent 2 days on a ladder washing windows while wearing shoes with poor support and partially tore my tibialis posterior tendon. Was in a Cam boot for 2 months for healing, nwb. Had pt for about two months, but still had pain while walking. ... (61 replies)
... Hi. I also also work in a school as a speech language specialist. Like many others, I am in my mid 50s. ... (70 replies)
OATS Recovery 2
Dec 24, 2008
... and not loose cartilage! I would be really bummed to have another surgery but at least encouraged to know they are going to have a good look at what's going on in there and can clean it up. And yeah, recovery nothing like OATS so hopefully it won't be too bad. ... (20 replies)
... Tomorrow morning is my PT appt. At 12 weeks I get out of the boot and then I can start the toe raises and step ups like you were doing at 14 weeks. ... (97 replies)
... cast boot. I went in a week after the first cast because my toes were becoming numb, a week later because the cast was so tight around my ankle I thought I'd go nuts, and then went in a week later. ... (11 replies)
... on Thursday! I have been through many months of wearing the boot before surgery, in the hopes to avoid surgery, and have always found it to cut off my circulation somehow. My toes always go numb with the boot on!! ... (4 replies)
... just a matter of whether I can get in the van or not! ... (18 replies)
... especially later in the day. ... (18 replies)
... ncision. But I don't think that is what you are talking about. I had the problem with the boot. That was the main reason I asked for the cast. When I had the boot on, it was like it was pressing on some nerve that made my toes first go numb and then scream in pain. ... (18 replies)
... My appt. is tomorrow afternoon, I will let you know how it goes. I am still taking a percocet each night as that is when my foot is still so sore. The boot is SO heavy! I really hope I can have it switched to a fiberglass cast tomorrow. ... (8 replies)


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