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Looking to connect with other lisfranc sufferers

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by SeaBoo, Nov 19, 2018.

  1. SeaBoo

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    Hi all. I suffered a lisfranc fracture of the base of the second metatarsal on July 9. Treated non-surgically. I’m coming along, but bummed about the lengthy recovery and want to connect with others who have been down this road or are going through this currently (or even professionals that can give reassurance that my progress is normal). I’m just past 4 months post injury. I have a slight limp and just can’t walk very far or fast yet. My ultimate goal is getting back onto the tennis court (which is how I broke it in the first place).
     
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