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 Re: Healing a leg is a frustratingly long process
susieq    11:17am Feb 16 2017

Hello there,
I read your post earlier this morning, and as I was trying to put into words what I wanted to say to you, to my surprise Angie said it all so perfectly. I know it's really scary, getting up the courage to go back to work, but you can do this. When I returned, I wore my boot probably for the first 2 or 3 weeks. I brought a gel pack in and put it in the freezer in the break room so at lunch time I could ice my leg. To my pleasant surprise, all that anxiety was for naught, as things transitioned rather quickly, and ever so smoothly. You're probably working yourself all up for nothing, and a phone call or e-mail to your employer could put your mind at ease. Good Luck ..............

Sue

8/8/15-Fall-3 br. bones rt. ankle
8/13/15-Surgery-2 plates,10 screws-cast-NWB
8/25/15-Stitches out-still NWB
9/29/15-Boot-NWB
10/27/15-Healing-WBAT-Boot
11/16/15-working
11/30/15-Cane @ times
12/18/15-OK to drive!!
2/19/16-No more Dr./PT :)

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