Hello, I broke my calcaneus 3 months ago in a car accident. The medical bills have really piled up and my insurance is not helping me on the PT costs… I would end up paying an extra $400-$500/month which I do not have!! I have about 10 screws and a plate in my heel now. I take neurontin for the nerve pain (if that helps at all).Anyhow, I am looking for exercises I can do to get my foot back to normal. I have not really walked for 3 months and I need help. My calf shrank 5cm while my ankle/foot has swelled up 5cm. I just want to walk and exercise (speedskate) like this injury never happened. I am doing basic exercises like pushing my foot forward and pulling backwards -without any assistance and sometimes I will assist by pulling my foot backwards further than my muscles allow. I do “crunches” with my toes and I do sitting calf and heel raises as well as towel pulls (pull the towel with both arms, then with my left arm, then my right arm to work different sides of my heel/ankle). What else can I do to get back to 100%??? Thank you so much for any advice!