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calcaneal (heel) fracture from climbing fall

Eduardo Slabofvic
28/09/2012
9:57:24 AM
I found that being on endone removed the requirement to wipe my own arse. I also kind of miss sitting in a chair in the shower. I definitely miss have all my meals prepared for me and not doing any washing up for about 4 months.
One Day Hero
28/09/2012
7:50:59 PM
On 28/09/2012 davidn wrote:
>
>I can live with emos trying to bring everyone down, but the rudeness (which
>has massively improved, thanks again mods!) was what did and does get angry
>responses, not some kind of relevatory 'truth'.

C'mon dave, is that the best you can do? I'm hardly going to bite at that............christ, is there anything that you're actually good at?
rolsen1
1/10/2012
2:32:51 PM
On 26/09/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>On 25/09/2012 PThomson wrote:
>>I broke my heel 3 years ago in a "rope soloing c--k up" where I decked
>>from 6m up...................Personally, I'm glad it happened. It was
>a good life lesson in going just
>>that liiiiiitle bit further with safety when I'm rope soloing. And -more
>>importantly- climbing one-footed taught me the value of the perfect foot
>>placement to achieve the required movement........
>
>O.k., this "cancer is a gift" bullshit has gone far enough! You're glad
>you fuched up and broke your heel? What the fuch is the matter with you
>people?
>
>Fuching up and busting your body is dumb and counter productive to the
>goal of getting out and doing cool stuff. Sure, it can happen to anyone,
>but it sounds like it never occurred to you clowns that falling a long
>way onto a hard surface might result in bad times.
>
>?!?!?!

Personally, I'm glad ODH has written every one of his posts and believe that some good can come from every one of them.

Doug
13/10/2012
4:04:29 PM
How's the healing process coming along, Eve?

Eve
15/10/2012
9:44:59 AM
thanks Doug, healing is continuing in a beautiful purple plaster. I had the stitches and backslap removed a week and a half ago and the doc was happy with the healing. The foot looked almost normal (I guess I've gotten so used to it being swollen like a basketball), except for the pretty big scar on the outside of the ankle.
The plaster is now staying on for a total of 6 weeks but I can do some movement inside the plaster and the discomfort is almost minimal (compared to what it was). first drive (in automatic) 2 days ago and getting pretty good hobbling along in the supermarket. on the climbing wall (in our house), I just drag myself along on the lower holds and just do mini-pull-ups. All in all, I can't complain (needless to say that I'm looking forward to getting the bloody thing off :-); now 4,5 weeks to go...).

Miguel75
15/10/2012
9:55:10 AM
Good luck Eve. Stay strong and focused...

Eve
14/11/2012
6:48:10 AM
tomorrow the plaster comes off and I'll then graduate to a moonboot.
But climbing was still possible:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn2JBSS7o7o&feature=youtu.be
:-)

Doug
14/11/2012
7:29:21 AM
That's inspiring!
BA
14/11/2012
11:33:55 AM
I seem to recall Steve Monks seconding Saggitarian (23) on Dec Crag with a broken 'foot'. The plaster had been texta'd to look like a Fire climbing boot to help with friction.
treewalker
29/05/2013
9:54:15 PM
Hi Gad, just stumbled across your post. I had a 50ft fall on 13/05/13. I managed a few nasty injuries including seriously breaking both feet, knee and my back. My left calcaneus is completey shattered and I am now post op. Doctors/surgeons prognosis is the same as yours "life changing injury" "unable to walk on uneven ground" chronic arthiritis". I was interested to know how you were coming along with your recovery?
Many thanks, Leon.
technogeekery
30/05/2013
9:10:49 AM
Jeez, treewalker, that sounds bad. Good luck with your recovery - sounds like you are somewhat lucky to be posting this today. Care to share what happened?
Wendy
Online Now
30/05/2013
9:14:58 AM
Hey Damo, this is the thread full of recovery stories I was talking about for Bec.

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