By wearing a walking cast for broken ankle could I work?

Depends. On the type of work you do. If you have an office type job that allows you to sit you can probably work.
Depends. If you have a desk job that does not require you to be on your feet all day.
Depends. That would depend on the type of work you do. If your work involves a lot of walking or climbing, you might want to request an alternate duty temporarily; if you're walking only occasionally, there shouldn't be any problem. Just don't be in a hurry and be careful with steps and wet/snowy/icy walkways.

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I just had my cast taken off my broken ankle, and I'm supposed to walk on it but it feels very weird when I try?

It will come back. Just few steps at time with comfort, the reason for the weird feeling is the muscles are weak but will be okay. Good luck. Read more...
Not unusual. It is not unusual to have a strange feeling when beginning to walk after having a cast removed. But if you have concerns, talk to you treating physician. Read more...

I just had my cast taken off my broken ankle and I'm supposed to walk on it but I can't. Should I use crutches or can I hop?

Crutches. Use crutches, but make sure you are actually trying to walk normal. When pain reduces, move to one crutch. Use on the opposite side from the fracture. Eventually, you should be able to completely discontinue the crutches. You must let your foot feel the ground each step though. Read more...
Probably need pt. I would not expect you to walk normally after a cast is removed. The only good part of cast immobilization is the fracture heals. Unfortunately, the muscles atrophy and the ligaments and tendons become tight from lack of use. You probably need some therapy to correct the above problems. Read more...
Crutches/boot . Hopping is never a good answer. After casting, it's usually best to transition to a boot or a very supportive brace with continued use of crutches if still difficult to weight bear or the fracture has not reached a point of adequate healing. Read more...
Give it time. You should be able to walk soon. Give it time. If the surgeon said you can walk it mean you are safe too but you will likely take awhile to get your balance an strength back. Read more...

Is it okay that my broken ankle hurt in walking cast?

Broken ankle. If it hurts in your cast , see the physician that put the cast on it. He/she would want you to make an appointment. Good luck. Read more...
A broken ankle. Hurts...But you have to determine if the cast is irritating you. I would suggest discussing with your doctor. Read more...

I just got my cast off from a broken ankle, when will I be able to walk without any pain?

Depends on injury. Obviously, your doctor wouldn't have removed the cast if the ankle wasn't ready to support weight. The length of time until pain free walking really depends on the injury. Most fractures will have some degree of stiffness for weeks after cast removal. If the joint is involved, this could extend to months and physical therapy may be needed to restore motion. The best person to ask is your doctor. Read more...
Recovery times vary. The healing rates can vary depending on the individual and on the exact type of procedure performed and on the severity of the original injury. Discuss the recovery time with your surgeon who performed your surgery. You may benefit with a period of physical therapy. Read more...

Broken ankle 6 weeks ago. Cast off today and when I walk aided my leg goes from under me. Why is this?

Weak. if you've been in a cast for 6 weeks your ankle is weak. likely the fracture has healed so the bone can support your weight. work on motion and strengthening. you might need some light external support during this process. Read more...