surgical boot

surgical boot

n
(Medicine) a specially designed boot or shoe that compensates for deformities of the foot or leg
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In October 2017, the 70-year-old was in London promoting her book when she arrived on the set of the "Graham Norton Show" wearing a surgical boot.
Palace winger Andros Townsend also went home in a surgical boot after damaging his ankle while Albion boss Hughton admitted their fourth round draw at Middlesbrough will be tough.
Although Matt Symons is back in training following the illness that forced him out of the Quins game at short notice, Young advised that Kearnan Myall is still wearing a surgical boot, while James Gaskell is likely to be missing for "another three or four weeks" as Wasps get to the bottom of his recurrent hamstring and calf issues.
Instead, he has a surgical boot on the left ankle operated on three times since his last Test.
Miles has to wear a surgical boot for 10 days so he doesn't put any pressure on the ankle.
I could not get out of my seat as I wear a rigid, knee-high , surgical boot and would have fallen over with the bus in motion.
I was on crutches for two and a half weeks and I had the surgical boot on for a little longer," he said.
The ex-St Helens halfback had an impressive debut in Brisbane, but left the Suncorp Stadium with a foot in a surgical boot after turning his ankle in the match.
He was found to have a serious ankle injury that required surgery and for two months he wore a surgical boot.
J, 23, spent the summer wearing a surgical boot and hobbling around on crutches after breaking a bone in her left foot during rehearsals in June.
He stayed in Newcastle to rehab his injury and was ultraprofessional - at one stage he was even in the gym shooting with a surgical boot on.
He had to limp onto the Prenton Park pitch wearing a special surgical boot to protect his left leg, which was broken in the home game against Exeter City last month.