General Medical overviews
- Classification of fracture types (Shazcker)
- Smoking and non-union
- Kieran Kelly’s Tibial Plateau Fracture story
- Teton Forum
- Tibial Plateau Fracture Recovery Page
- Kneeguru Knee injury forum
- Case study of a really bad case
Helpful Products (Commercial)
- Adjustable Shower Stool for showering while NWB or PWB
- DryCast Cast Covers to keep your Cast and Brace dry.
- Waterproof Cast Covers in the UK to keep your cast dry in the water
- Handy Bag for forearm crutches, to carry stuff with curtches
- Fashionable Crutch Cover and Bags for standard crutches
- MultiVitamins to ensure sufficient nutrient intake for bone healing
- Crutch Pouch For Carrying with crutches
- More Soon..
4 thoughts on “Further Reading”
I suffered a broken ankle @ a tibia plateau fracture on November 7, 2018. I had 2 surgeries. The second one was a revision. It’s been 7 weeks since the second surgery. This so bad. I have severe tightness around my foot. Please help
I’m so happy to have found this forum as it’s hard to find information about TPF. Seems to be an unusual fracture.
I was hit by a bike on 9 october, 2015 and had surgery 5 days later. As I understand it my fracture wasn’t as bad as some other injuries on this forum. The condyle was fractured and I had a depression but no meniscus damage. I have a plate and 4 screws in my leg.
I’ve been working hard with my PT since week 1 and in the gym and can now walk without limping. I’ve also regained the muscles in my injured leg so they are equally strong.
Now, my surgeon said that I might never run again which is a problem since I’m a runner. I accept that I might not run a marathon again but I refuse to accept that I won’t be able to run at all. Do any of you have any experience getting back to running after TPF? I might just add that I’m a mid-forefoot striker.
Hey , hang in there I fell off of a loading dock at work… I’m a 9 on scale of 1-10 as far as this type of fracture… it’s been two months… I still have no weight bearing…. but I’m feeling better I’ve got more hardware than Home Depot… but I’m finally to the realization that I’m going to be down a year or more… BE PATIENT. !! You will feel better might be a few weeks … but just hang in there!
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them away as they will give you pain and discomfort each time you wear them.
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