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... I won't have a cast on the foot, just the blue shoe, but I was wondering what doctors usually say about driving. I envision maybe I can accelerate with the right foot and brake with the left after maybe 2 weeks? ... (11 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)
... I am a 31 year old female that had bunion surgery done on my left foot almost 3 years ago. I am now scheduled to have it on my right foot. ... (11 replies)

... cast on my right foot, so I couldn't really say for sure. ... (12 replies)
... I am currently 8wks post op from a total ankle reconstruction. Firt 7 wks was in fiberglass cast and now I'm in the air cast. My surgeon made it very clear to me that I would NOT be allowed to drive until my leg no longer has any orthopedic device on it... ... (6 replies)
... In my line of work, sometimes I have to climb up on the roofs of buildings to install, and maintain communications antennas. On July 22, this was my first time on the roof of this building.There were two different levels of the roof, one was about 4 feet lower than the other. ... (32 replies)
... I know it is different in different places but where you live does it matter what foot the device is on? ... (12 replies)
... Okay, I wanted to clear the air regarding the driving with left foot... ... (11 replies)
... I have found on this board that some doctors will let you drive sooner then others. ... (5 replies)
... While in a cast and then aircast on my right foot, for almost 8 months, I drove an automatic using my left foot. ... (12 replies)
... etc on the right foot. Call your local police department to find out what applies in your locale. ... (11 replies)
... they kept my foot neutral for a while, but i was in a walking boot around the house, etc. before the first month was up post op. ... (7 replies)
... I have a boot on my right foot. I drove Friday. I cannot drive my car, but I can drive my mothers car. I did not know that it was a big no. no. ... (7 replies)
... After first being diagnosed with degenerative arthritis in my toes in 1996 I stopped running. I started wearing orthotics in all my shoes. About 5 years ago I stopped dancing. ... (0 replies)
... My plantar fasciotomy, which didn't get rid of my plantar fascitis but left me with nerve damage and a fallen arch on the affected foot, has caused me to seek additional help. On Friday I saw a "miracle worker" foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon to hopefully get some relief. ... (1 replies)
... Ditto with my doctor and my left foot. It would be even worse with the right in a cast. Don't tempt fate. Hang in there! ... (5 replies)
... Congrats on getting the cast off!! It's a great feeling, isn't it? ... (4 replies)
... Well now that you are out of the cast it is all down hill and time will fly. PT is great and hope your PT include ankle massages and electro stim which feel soooo good. ... (6 replies)
Post Op Driving
Aug 21, 2013
... Is that saying you can't drive with a boot on your driving foot (right foot if you have automatic) or you can't drive with a boot/cast at all - either foot? I thought I recall Dr Myerson saying something to me about driving around 1 month post op since surgery was on my left foot but I am over 7 weeks and I haven't attempted it - but I will definitely check into it at my next... (9 replies)
... Hey Hollywood. The doctor never made me stand on my foot, or really even bear weight on it. I"m hoping he won't do that to you. I've been WALKING on my foot today with minimal help from crutches and the pain is minimal as well! ... (160 replies)

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