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... why doesn't insurance cover foot surgery (5 replies)
... I have had foot problems for as long as i can remember. ... (7 replies)
... Insurance will cover the cost of foot surgery if it is not considered cosmetic. ... (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 agree... most plans cover it if it's for medical reasons. ... (5 replies)
... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... A year and a half ago, I had a calcaneal osteotomy with two pins and a tendon repair and transfer on my left foot and ankle for PTTD, and later, a cheilectomy of my left great toe. ... (21 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)
... to keep the foot up as well, instead of just the knees. ... (10 replies)
Foot Blisters
Apr 24, 2004
... Place a long strip of duct tape on the floor adhesive side up, and place your foot on it at a right angle to the strip, with the trouble spot in the center of the tape. ... (2 replies)
... I did have a ne be block and it helps d in part of my foot but not with nthe rest so I had to get hooked up Toma pain pump. ... (14 replies)
... uld have done it by myself sooner than that, but was scared of falling. I use a shower chair and a cast cover. I was worried about getting cast wet, but the cast cover is awesome! ... (3 replies)
... Gov't insurance coverage for foot surgery? ... (12 replies)
... and then I cover that with another big bandaid. It stops the rubbing. ... (75 replies)
... reconstruction on the other foot. Add I have a chipped disc in the middle of my spine which precludes using crutches. My exceptionally good insurance wouldn't cover a seated knee scooter. The dealer said he's never seen insurance cover this expense. Good luck. ... (15 replies)
... I poured them to completely cover bottom of dishpan. ... (0 replies)
... nd on it, waiting for the pain to subside, thinking it's nothing but a bad sprain and such. I limped back to the side of the building, and climbed back down a 30 foot ladder, hobbled about 50 feel to my truck, and drove 70 miles back home. But I'm noticing a searing pain each time I pressed on the accelerator or the brake. ... (32 replies)
... had for my neuroma surgery and then one for my cheilectomy. Even loaned it to a friend with a broken foot! And I just sat down on the si of the tub, put the cover on the foot and then turned to slide down into the tub. ... (22 replies)

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