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Old 11-03-2017, 08:33 AM   #31
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Old 11-13-2017, 04:50 PM   #32
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I'm back to work, everyone looks at you weird when your not the head honcho and you stick your feet on the table all bosslike.

Mines even got a pillow under it lol
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Old 11-14-2017, 01:05 AM   #33
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Go right ahead with that Bossmove!

Elevation can be key to alleviating swelling and associated pain.

Anybody says anything? just reply with “I had a no-fault shunt at 100mph on my bike, and I’m going to be just fine”.

And F their funny looks.
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Old 11-14-2017, 04:13 PM   #34
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Go right ahead with that Bossmove!

Elevation can be key to alleviating swelling and associated pain.

Anybody says anything? just reply with ďI had a no-fault shunt at 100mph on my bike, and Iím going to be just fineĒ.

And F their funny looks.


I did it when i worked at home depot back in2008 and broke my knee. I worked customer service desk and i looked like a lazy MFer sitting with my leg up on the desk... but it had to be that way or i wouldn't have been able to work.
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Old 11-28-2017, 07:47 PM   #35
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so had a few xrays today, fractures all healing and covering up real well according to doc, he expects only 1 more face to face visit with xrays.

Starting PT asap, but fml doc moved my foot so much and was like oh yea the xrays says you should have movement to HERE...... he touched my foot for like 1 min but gave it so much exercise my entire foot was on fire for rest of the day (still right now)

So docs orders, go ahead and start crutch walking using up to 50% of my weight, then in a few weeks, only use 1 crutch and weight bear more on the broken ankle, and I have been cleared to drive - if i can deal with it.

Range of motion in the ankle still feels about 50% up down and 25-33% side to side, super tightness occurs when exceeding them - no pain just awkward weird warm tightness happening (like numbness tingling and tightness)

I am off prescript pain meds and just over the counter stuff now, occasionally I get random shooting throbbing pains all around the foot from anywhere from 5 secs to 2 mins continuosly, foot is still extremely swollen.

But making progress, hopefully I can walk/run ride sooooooon!! Im tempted to take my grom out right now, dunno bout the tuono beast
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Old 11-29-2017, 10:37 AM   #36
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This all sounds great! Congrats on making progress!
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Old 11-30-2017, 11:16 AM   #37
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Sounds like things are progressing quite well!
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Old 11-30-2017, 11:26 AM   #38
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Damn, that much progress in 8 weeks ? you're doing great FXCLMS !
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Old 11-30-2017, 11:27 AM   #39
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congrats on the progress!

can you perform a single leg lateral hop? if not i would not ride yet. what happens if you stick your leg out to catch the grom? can you support it?


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what about bicycle? seems like it would be good to promote motion / strengthening...also swimming or stationary bicycle may be good!
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Old 11-30-2017, 04:40 PM   #40
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cant support myself just yet, i used the pallet scale at work today, i was able to put over 50lbs of force down on the broken ankle/foot

i was so surprised i kinda stumbled and had to catch myself lol

i dunno bout my healing, the very 1st doc @ chico told me I should be walking in 3 weeks - that my break was super simple 1 screw and boom on to full healing.....

Actual doc in san rafael who did my surgery,said the xrays didnt pickup all the damage and I actually fractured 3 different sides of the ankle and hence 3 various screws inserted, along with 2 toes that were just gonna be left in the cast to heal.

Its getting better day by day, I had to reschedule my PT this week cuz i got to excited and didnt realize i scheduled the PT without asking my gf lol first.

I kinda just wish my foot is not swollen and i have feeling in my big toe and 2nd toe.... but its getting less tingly day by day


Thanks again barf for providing these types of threads, just positive vibes all around!
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Old 11-30-2017, 06:02 PM   #41
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cant support myself just yet, i used the pallet scale at work today, i was able to put over 50lbs of force down on the broken ankle/foot

i was so surprised i kinda stumbled and had to catch myself lol

i dunno bout my healing, the very 1st doc @ chico told me I should be walking in 3 weeks - that my break was super simple 1 screw and boom on to full healing.....

Actual doc in san rafael who did my surgery,said the xrays didnt pickup all the damage and I actually fractured 3 different sides of the ankle and hence 3 various screws inserted, along with 2 toes that were just gonna be left in the cast to heal.

Its getting better day by day, I had to reschedule my PT this week cuz i got to excited and didnt realize i scheduled the PT without asking my gf lol first.

I kinda just wish my foot is not swollen and i have feeling in my big toe and 2nd toe.... but its getting less tingly day by day


Thanks again barf for providing these types of threads, just positive vibes all around!
no offense but i don't know if chico is not that great of a hospital or they just don't care as much.
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Old 12-01-2017, 07:23 AM   #42
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It might just be the difference between ER and Orthopedic depts. A doctor going in for surgery will look more closely than the doctor just putting you back together immediately after injury.

Glad things are going well, and Jaybocc2 I hope you're improving too.
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Old 12-01-2017, 12:15 PM   #43
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It might just be the difference between ER and Orthopedic depts. A doctor going in for surgery will look more closely than the doctor just putting you back together immediately after injury.

Glad things are going well, and Jaybocc2 I hope you're improving too.
That is correct. ER is for triage and stabilize, they don't care about much else unless its life threatening.

Even in nebraska when i broke my knee, the initially said they were just going to sew my knee back up, but the orthopedic surgeon informed me after i woke up that i had indeed broken my knee and i received some new hardware.

Thanks 1962siia, i'm improving, things are healing, just started PT, this round is gonna be 9 weeks.
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I've yet to have a good experience in an ER. If it's been nice at the time, I find out afterwards just how badly they fucked up.

Like sending me home with a pilon fracture. My ortho was PISSED I had been sent home when I went into his office on Monday, but too late by then. Only good thing is that I ended up with an awesome orthopedist and I'm kinda glad the ortho who looked at the x-rays up there (and sent me home) didn't end up doing the re-assembly...

Anyhoo, take things easy, and follow your doctor's advice about weight bearing. Ankle joints are no fun, but hopefully yours won't be too bad since it's the foot part not the tibia part!
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no offense but i don't know if chico is not that great of a hospital or they just don't care as much.
Actually my surgeon in san rafael commented that he did miss the fractures in the xrays he took - and that he was only expecting 1 screw as well until they opened the ankle up, also initially i am supposed to be 100% by like first week of 2018, thats like hoping my foot is not swollen and i can hit PT real hard for 1 month.... which i dont think its happening, doc already said next visit we will be talking about that date.

My doc also emailed me back at 11pm when i asked about the numbness in my 1st and 2nd toes, he stated that is where the larger incision for the larger screw was inserted and more operated on, so everything is still normal/expected for longer healing on those 2. But he did add in worst case scenario that I may not have complete feeling back
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