Re: Anyone try to get into ski boot after cheilectomy?
[QUOTE=Kerlin4321;4157252]One of the reasons I had the darn toe joint operated on was to be able to ski more comfortably! It took my husband and son to hold open the boot flaps wide enough for me to get my right foot into the boot.
Now at three months after cheilectomy, the joint is still too stiff and painful to get into my snow boots, let alone think about trying to force myself into ski boots.
Was anyone ever able to do this? And if so, how long after surgery?[/QUOTE]
Yes, some 2 months after cheilectomy, still big pain in doing actions like this, but then big, fairly rapid improvement, and I played my first 90 minute, 11 a side, pain-free soccer match 79 days after cheieloctomy.