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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I also needed a large surgical boot on my foot to help me walk.
Jan Vertonghen left the Johan Cruyff ArenA on crutches and wearing a surgical boot.
Speaking about John Barrowman's costume for Celebrity Cyclone, Dec said: "They looked great didn't they and John Barrowman looked especially fetching in that Lycra outfit twinned with this season's must-have fashion accessory - the surgical boot."
The Hornets skipper left Vicarage Road with his foot in a protective surgical boot, and with Watford all but safe on 38 points, he will not be rushed back.
"Full recovery generally takes six to eight weeks, and you will need to wear a surgical boot afterwards to protect the area.
She fell on the ground and one of the girls tried to jump on her, but Mariam managed to push her away with her leg, and that's when she got hurt." Mariam's injured ankle was put in plaster, and then later in a surgical boot. The sisters reported the assault but, at a press conference last week, police said they had not identified the perpetrators, despite the fact that Mallak said that she not only gave them the girls' names, but also their ages and the school they attend.
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.
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.