Tag Archives: Lisfranc

Return

Today I return to the gym. I’m not allowed t go barefoot so my PT is awaiting a call from my doctor to see about getting me back in the pool. But in the meantime I am cleared to try … Continue reading

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One hundred thirteen

Tomorrow I will wear a shoe on my left foot for the first time in 113 days. I have an appointment to pick up my custom orthotics, which I will have to wear in my shoes for the next 6-12 … Continue reading

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Despair and Catalysis

It has been said that my writing is humorous and honest; however, sometimes honesty isn’t funny. I’ve really gotten sucked down in it deep the last few days and please, don’t tell me that with hard work and enough time, … Continue reading

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In Which We Introduce the Reader to My New Best Friend, Steve Groban

I have an entry rolling around in my brain that contains Genuine Deep Thoughts, but for the moment, a Physical Therapy Update: On Monday I started physical therapy. My foot and ankle are very weak so there wasn’t much they could do … Continue reading

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My Left Foot: The Year in Review

I have spent much of the last two months wallowing in misery over the things I cannot do because of my left foot (which is basically everything). But the truth of the matter is that the first ten months of … Continue reading

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On the Importance of Socks

Today I want to take a few minutes to talk about the wonder of socks. Specifically, compression stockings. For a few weeks now, ever since the post-surgery constant searing pain wore off and became more of a constant dull ache with … Continue reading

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Today is Day One

Today is day one. My healing begins today. Up to now, I have been waiting and resting. But today it starts. On October 28, I was engaged in the highly risky activity of walking down the hall and tripped over my … Continue reading

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