You want to do everything all the time. But the problem with that is that you broke your ankle and you not have to limit yourself. Your doctor has told you that you need to remain non-weight bearing for the duration of the recovery. But can you really do that? Can you avoid putting any weight at all on your broken ankle? You can…and you should! Staying off that broken ankle is of utmost importance when it comes to the healing process. Here are a few reasons why staying in non-weight bearing mood is highly important.
Now that spring is here, you may be excited to see the flowers pop up through the dirt, but the new season doesn’t put a smile on your face like it usually does because of your injury. There are plenty of activities you can do to put a spring into your step and here are just a few.
Recovering from a broken ankle is a huge challenge. But there are a number of tricks and tips that can help you through the recovery process. Here are the top things to keep in mind when recovering from a broken ankle.
You know that your broken leg is going to inconvenience you in a number of ways. It’s hard to get around your house, much less when you go out and about in the rest of the world. Driving is probably one of the easiest ways to get around, but can you even do that? Here are some questions for you to answer to help you gauge the answer to the big question…can you drive with a leg cast?