Posted on June 28th, 2011 by carwe
Returned to the Doc for my 2nd visit at the end of the 4th week. He removed the cast and stitches no problems. I’m now in a boot w/ a 1/2 in. heel lift. Not at 90 degrees, but I will make it. AT very tight, but that is to be expected. The 5th week PWB with crutches. The 6th week is FWB with cane. He also said when I return for my next visit to bring my other shoe with me! I thought he was conservative in his approach?
I”ve never been in a situation like this before. Finding this site has made me feel like I’m not in this alone. Just to read other post helps in the mental part of the recover process. Good luck to all, one step at a time, we will make it.
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Posted on June 25th, 2011 by carwe
ATR May 19th playing tennis. did not get surgery until 26 of May. all went well with no complications. To see the rest of my short story see the first comment on my site. This is the
first time blogging for me. I guest your never to old (67) to learn something new. Wishing all a speedy recovery. Glad to answer any question.
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Posted on June 24th, 2011 by carwe
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