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    realhab posted:
    My daughter has a tibial plateau fracture which happened over the holiday. She is in horrible pain, with meds, plus a non- permanent cast until she can see the orthopedic surgeon to see if she needs surgery. Can anyone please give me any incite to this. We know NO weight bearing for three months. I would appreciate any info.
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    dottie17564 responded:
    I have a tibia plateau fracture that happened on 12/15/13. Pain management seems to be part of the process. Yes no weight bearing for 3 months and leg straight and elevated for six weeks. Life does seem to be looking up....so there is light at the end of the tunnel.


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