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... Just wondering if anyone can give me some helpful advice or hints related to having a Lisfranc fracture. I was hit by a motorist while crossing a street last week. ... (3 replies)
... I injured my right foot on Oct. 25 and was in the hospital until Oct. 28. I have a lisfranc fracture and 2 metatarsal fractures. ... (2 replies)
... I would love to hear how others are progessing and whether normal shoes can be worn again. My Dr. said I should count on a 6 month recovery time. ... (5 replies)

... My CT scan saw a have a few problems that they had missed, Lisfranc fracture, tarsal coaliation and of course the heel fracture.... ... (165 replies)
... I am still trying to get used to an idea of a very prolonged recovery time. ... (5 replies)
My Lisfranc injury
Dec 15, 2010
... I recently sustained a lisfranc injury after walking home and slipping on a patch of ice. ... (10 replies)
... I was reminded today about how desparate I was in the months following my lisfranc injury to find long term recovery stories, particularly from folks who shared my athletic interests. ... (0 replies)
... later the day, on the pleas of my friends, to show her my foot. My foot was extremely swollen and purple. She took xrays and gave me crutches and a boot for the time being till she could get me a doctor's appointment. Crutches were hell that first week. ... (32 replies)
Mar 7, 2004
... e extent of the injury will make a difference in the recovery. There are several old messages on this board discussing various aspects of this injury. While the recovery varies a great deal from person to person, standing on one's feet for a prolonged length of time is usually painful and a common complaint. ... (3 replies)
... Last August I fell down the stairs in our new home and sustained a bimalleolar fracture of my left ankle which required surgery that day on the fibia and then a surgery in October of the bottom of the tibia which did not heal on it's own. ... (2 replies)
... Not to be a bummer, but I'm your worst case scenario. Lisfranc fracture Sept 1998. Surgery Oct, pins and screws out 4 months later. ... (11 replies)
Mar 7, 2004
... thanks for the reply....our orhtopedic stated he very familure and although this injury is not that common he see's around 6 a year and has 20 years experience he assured us that if he was not confident that he would send us to alberta must be rare as you are the onlyone to respond...again ...thanks... (3 replies)
... rays as a Lisfranc injury. Then he recommended a cortisone shot in the cartilege to see if that helped. ... (6 replies)
... I too have experienced the delights of the lisfranc fracture, but on my right foot, on the 2nd metatarsal and dislocations on the 3rd and 4th. ... (1 replies)
... I fell down almost a whole flight of steps February 15, 2012 and needed lisfranc surgery. I had two surgeries, one on February 27, 2012, to put in hardware to fix my foot. I had more than two screws though. ... (10 replies)
... For me the hardest part of Lisfranc recovery is the length of time your unable to walk. ... (5 replies)
Lisfranc injury
Aug 30, 2004
... Tinkerbella I just found out on August 18th that part of my surgery wasn't successful. I have 5 screws and bone was taken from my hip and grafted in. The screws have to come out and 2 of the 4 bones that were grafted didn't heal. So on Sept. 29 I go back in for surgery again. My original injury was a year ago Aug. 10. I am really dreading this surgery since I already know... (35 replies)
Lisfranc injury
May 11, 2004
... and lots of pain. It took me about a year before I could walk, slowly and on a regular basis, without my foot hurting and swelling. But it did happen and with time I've returned to being extremely active and pain free. Total recovery, even the nerve pain. Some of the methods I used might be of help to you also. ... (35 replies)
... scared me so I took it very easy and slow the first few days. I quickly learned how much I could and could not handle and each day that increased so that by the time I was supposed to send it back I was bummed to see it go. It made my NWB life so much easier and pleasant to handle. ... (3 replies)
... agreed. I really understand why you are afraid of depression and if you need surgery do not want to wait. My issues are different as I had ankle stability and fracture issues, but it all comes down to long recovery time. ... (1 replies)

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