Oh yes. I have 3. To be fair, I can't say I really love my densest/hardest foam roller. I prefer my medium density roller. For PT for a different injury once I had to spend two minutes rolling on my IT band from my hip to knee (2 minutes for just the one pass), so I got pretty used to it. But using it to roll up out my back and shoulders in particular… Love it.
If you follow your PT's orders to the letter, you might see some really nice stability gains - I did, when I broke my ankle. I have a long history of ankle instability with lots of rolls, twists and sprains, but my ankle stability on both sides has actually been a lot better since I broke one and tore the ligaments too. (I did all the exercises on both sides so the other ankle improved too.) I was warned that I was at risk of chronic ankle instability because of the ligament damage, so I was intimidated into doing all my PT exercises as often as I could/as often as I was allowed. Even though I had kind of a long road to recovery, my ankles are now WAY better than they ever have been! I still do the PT ankle exercises every so often, to keep up those stability gainsThree more weeks in the boot, then light-duty only, plus PT since I have a history of instability in that ankle.
Your neighbor sounds like a prize!My 87-year-old neighbor keeps texting me to see if I need anything from the drugstore, store, etc., which I think is sweet and also funny.