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Fracture (Foot)

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Average recovery time: 95 days

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AngusL3 daysdetails
White Kenyan4 daysdetails
Hol6 daysdetails
tinytoes9 daysdetails
mayer229 daysHandled this pretty well. details
solise10 daysdetails
Hobitas12 daysmassagedetails
Hol14 daysdetails
balcius19 daysdetails
Seiya19 daysdetails
Sovijarvi20 daysCleaning is dangerous.details
dariusz21 days... so lange gings noch nie. Jetzt ist er soweit, dass er mich beim TR nicht mehr stört und durchs TR nicht schlimmer wird.details
Dehydrated24 daysBiked, no running for 3 weeks, then okdetails
CornerS24 daysdetails
meier0226 daysdetails
T.Cannan27 daysWatching Grunge Leg drop New Jack through the press tabledetails
ebuckley27 daysdetails
CleverSky27 daysBy the Billygoat, I was able to wear all of my shoes without discomfort, and the big toe on the other foot was probably more of a problem.details
lowees28 daysdetails
BradLund30 daysdetails
Beardable33 daysdetails
Cambas36 days3 savaitės langetė. + 2sav minimalus krūvisdetails
Möhkis37 daysdetails
Yggdrasil38 daysIt's not really bothering me much anymore. Doc sez it's 50% healed after one month and will be 100% after three months.details
mmace39 daysdetails
NMFC40 daysdetails
tjansson41 daysdetails
HubNukin'42 daysLots of icing and raised it whilst working. I did have an x-ray to confirm it was broken, then a 2nd to confirm it was healing as I really wanted to avoid a non-union or any other complications on day 3 of future adventure races. I really took it easy because I could.details
TimGood44 daysdetails
TereseO45 daysdetails
Julli45 daysdetails
tomslocombe49 daysdetails
OL50 daysEnded up not being a stress fracture, only muscle soreness between the metatarsals. Physio and self massage seemed to fix/help this. details
zoolander52 daysFeeling pretty good now. Not barefoot running yet, but can handle road and trail with only occasional pain. Took lots of vitamin D, iced it hard for first 2 weeks, but did a lot of cycling during the first 3 weeks no running. Maybe blood flow with light exercise helped. Sure was sore at the start!details
Kar'sRunning53 dayswas caused by coming down on my right foot at a high speed and wrong position from a left-handed lay-up. be careful when landing. mid-foot sprain came first and caused fractures.details
Siobhan54 daysREST. Build up slow.details
helehan55 daysDid EA Combined Events and survived pain-free.details
BW56 daysTime off. Didnt do physio but should have probably.details
Bomb57 daysdetails
JennaAH59 daysThere is lingering pain after running long distances (2mi+...long for me anyways haha). Foot occasionally drags. Compensating for busted foot affected ukemi for a while. High impact actions must be done carefully (jumping, slapping, breakfalling, etc).details
barb60 daysdetails
zeizei61 daysdetails
bigE61 daysdetails
zootrio61 daysdetails
Martinsson68 daysdetails
Khampton3470 daysdetails
ShaunTheSheep70 daysdetails
firbanator70 daysretired from soccerdetails
Are72 daysdetails
goranwinblad73 daysdetails
Florence75 daysdetails
Dooby77 daysdetails
Steve R90 daysCrutches for first 2 weeks. Swimming in in second week. Walking and cycling weeks 3-4. Road running weeks 5-6. Off road and squash 7-8 weeks Fully recovered 12 weeks. Weeks 4-12 involved physio to re-build ankle, calf and leg strength and flexibility - both sides. Strapped ankles for off road running for weeks 8-20. Haven't relied on taping thereafter to keep building ankle strength.details
bmay92 daysJumped down off a fallen tree and landed on a rock on the last day of O-Ringen. Broke the front part (process) of my calcaneous, presumably in a collision with the cuboid. After a few days, not much pain walking or easy running but hurt quite a bit when pushing hard (e.g., running WOC :-). After returning home (and diagnosis), 6 weeks no running and trying to be gentle seemed to do the trick. Gradual return to running, ankle brace in terrain and seems to be Ok 3 months post injury.details
Sony92 daysdetails
jmcdonald93 daysdetails
eileen109 daysdetails
marathon86112 daysgips, nóżkidetails
jennapaj117 daysdetails
juicyfresh118 daysdetails
Lori119 daysdetails
Fabiano122 daysNot resolved totally, 13% of permanent physical invalidity still remain.details
Fly'n125 daysdont kick door framesdetails
Fraser Ross144 daysdetails
Florence158 daysSurgery 20th February, 9 weeks to heal, 12 weeks til 30min full jogdetails
Ambergraham164 daysOvertraining, moving too fast with my training. Lots of resting and physio details
RunJennyRun168 daysdetails
GR172 daysStill recovering 7 months post fracture. Have been running/xc sking/biking for two months with some pain. started running again 3/14 and am slowly building miles.details
peterk174 daysdetails
louis174 daysdetails
Poppy182 daysdetails
Ralph206 daysdetails
Carl006254 daysDont be stupid, when you think there is something wrong there is something wrong. listen to your bodydetails
Squashy277 daysdetails
pauline311 daysPhysiotherapy extremely useful. I wouldn't have recovered all the functionality (flexibility, strength, stability, procieption etc.) without it.details
gudeso364 daysdetails
Slynall420 daysdetails
mouse136465 daysdetails
zoomakroom709 daysdetails
Platterpus254+ daysdetails
colesnotes420+ daysdetails
CBL456+ daysdetails
Callum22524+ daysdetails
o-darn825+ daysdetails
Kims1969+ daysdetails
vineer2027+ daysdetails
BIGpete2049+ daysdetails
BIGpete2150+ daysdetails
hansome3164+ daysdetails
Marley3191+ daysdetails
kzemach3244+ daysdetails
O-Malinga3488+ daysdetails
bendoherty3629+ daysdetails
Henny4715+ daysdetails