Your doctor will tell you how to wear it.
Yes you get a walking boot.
How long a cast is on depends on the location of the hairline fracture. In sensitive areas the cast will need to be worn longer.
Yep. U can also get a cast
It depends on how fast YOU recover. Everyone is different.
It could be multiple things. You may have fractured it, broke it, sprained it, etc. When this happened to me, I went to a doctor and it turned out to be a fracture and I had to wear a boot-like cast for two weeks. See a doctor as soon as possible.
When you break your leg. Then, you go, to the dct. and then liike give you that.
Other than the cast you'll wear for a couple of months (and perhaps some pins, which are sometimes temporarily inserted to stabilize the fracture), you should be fine.
Orthopedic surgeons usually move from cast to a "boot", an ugly looking heavy boot that comes up to the knee. It improves stability while the bone finishes healing.
I'm no doctor but i broke my second metatarsal on July 3rd. I didn't pull any ligaments or cartilage but it was broken all the way through the bone. I had a cast on for 6 weeks then got it off and had a walking boot for 3 weeks. Now i wear regular foot wear and i can stand on my broken foot without pain, but I am still unable to walk without a limp and go on rel-ave fulling putting all my weight on that foot. So far its been 3 months for me, but its different for everyone and nature will tell.
a prosthetic boot is a boot that is made up with parts of the prosthetic things to make a prosthetic boot. Plus you can wear a prosthetic boot
Do you mean the boot of a car, 'the sack' ('given the boot'), the things soldiers and workmen wear, the things huntsmen wear...? Please be more specific.
It depends on how susceptible it is to being hit again and whether moving your joint would make it worse.
No, a goalkeeper can wear any boot they want, there are no special boot designed for keepers.
She is wearing a boot - singular (one boot).She is wear boots (or a pair of boots) is plural.
Either wear a walking boot, a brace, or a compression wrap.
NO! When you arrive at the MCRD for boot camp you have not yet earned the privilege to wear the EGA, and your Drill Instructors will let you know that!
It's a late answer but maybe, if posted over the internet will help other people. I have suffered an undisplaced fibula fracture above the ankle while skating and my doctor has adviced not to cast the leg but to wear a walking boot from the very begining. I got an "Air inflated" one and after one week i feel ok. Of course i do not put weight in the respective leg at all and move with crutches, but I go to the office and hope in a faster recovery than casting. REgards
No. They will provide you with prescription glasses.
a ice hockey boot