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... You might get more advice over on the foot problems board but I'll give it a go here as I've had one. First of all, go to a certified foot and ankle surgeon. I don't know the procedures over there but make sure he's done a lot of them and done them successfully. Talk to patients of his if possible. Second, this surgery only lasts 10-20 year so keep that in mind with... (3 replies)
Double Cheilectomy
Aug 23, 2011
... eeks I was deemed to be ready for full weight bearing. Although I wasn't advised on exercises but merely told to keep my feet up, I had read on the internet that recovery is better if you exercise asap. After 2 days my right toe felt good enough to wriggle back and forth, the left was ready after about 4 days. ... (0 replies)
... eeks I was deemed to be ready for full weight bearing. Although I wasn't advised on exercises but merely told to keep my feet up, I had read on the internet that recovery is better if you exercise asap. After 2 days my right toe felt good enough to wriggle back and forth, the left was ready after about 4 days. ... (3 replies)

... BUT I want to gather as much information about the experience of the operation and recovery as possible. ... (3 replies)
... OK, that much cartilege gone is a different story. You could try a cheilectomy as it might work for a while. At least stave off the fusion for a few years and get you some function back. ... (10 replies)


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