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... d what you'll need behind you. My mom's car is an SUV so I knew I would have to get in and scoot across the seat and the door had something that poked me in the back so I needed a couple of pillows behind me and then I used 2 old couch pillows and I think 2 or 3 bed pillows in the car. ... (46 replies)
... This surgery will be the 4th in this time, it's something I've not decided lightly. ... (0 replies)
... I've been back to work one week now and am officially 6 weeks post op as of yesterday. I AM able to get a dress shoe on, though my foot still swells a bit. Surprisingly, I am moving around quite well! I do walk with a bit of a limp yet, as the range of motion in my toes is still not good. ... (37 replies)

... I didn't have that exact surgery either, but a similar flat foot reconstructive surgery that did include a medial slide calcaneal osteotomy. I just ended my 4th week of recovery and still have plenty of numb spots, including my pinky toe. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response. My Primary Doctor did put me on Neurontin to help with the pain while my foot is healing. ... (15 replies)
... While it is critical to wear these shoes for as long as your doc asks you to do so, only you will know when you can get back into your regular shoes. It's all about what's comfortable. ... (73 replies)
... I've had 3 surgeries so far. The first time my foot was numb for about 6 mos and all the feeling came back. With each surgery after that though, less feeling came back. But give it 6 mos at least. ... (11 replies)
Numb Foot
Apr 1, 2005
... n April 1, 2004. The engine pushed my femur through my hip and pelvis, breaking both. I had two surgeries in 2 weeks. It took 3 plates and 14 screws to put me back together. I spent 1 month in a rehab hospital. After surgery, I had some numbness in my foot. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, brand new here..26 yrs old..5 days ago I had foot surgery. Chevron, and tailors bunions both removed. ... (2 replies)
... th as prepared as I was were it not for others' posts so I reckon I have some paying back to do! And hey, i'm sitting on my butt right now anyway! ... (61 replies)
... Notice when I walk outside in my sneakers that the bottom of my foot feels "thin", like there's no pad. Im assuming thats because of the nerves. ... (6 replies)
... in front of the scar I have from the surgery. In that same area, almost to my small toe, it is still partially numb. The feeling is taking a long time to come back in that area, but I believe that is because of the swelling. When the swelling goes down is when I have the sharp shooting pains. ... (21 replies)
Surgery 6 days ago
Jun 16, 2008
... I'm 5 months out from foot surgery and my toes are still numb. They started coming back more just 2 weeks ago so I'm hoping all the feeling will eventually return. I think it just takes time for the foot to recover! ... (5 replies)
... I am now one year post op a successful flat foot surgery. It sounds like you are exactly where you should be. I was NWB 8 weeks and then PWB in the boot for two to three weeks. ... (5 replies)
... I went back to the Doc and he was suprised to learn that radialogy can perform the injection in the back while watching where the needle is going. I am going to look for a different doc seeing as this one isn't up on new technology. ... (130 replies)
... actually very accurate. I had a 5 day nerve block placed but it failed the morning after surgery when I was fortunately still in the hospital. ... (46 replies)
... The second surgery was actually easier in terms of recovery time and pain. A better doc for sure. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, I'm afraid recovery from foot surgery is a long and often boring road. ... (124 replies)
... Because of the numbness I am having. It is weird feeling. About half the incision is numb and the other have is fine. When he cut he hit the nerve that runs mid foot to the little toe. The only thing he said is that it willl take a year to get the feeling back. I go over the area daily with a soft brush to stimulate it. ... (130 replies)
... I'm almost 3 months post op and had the same thing. Massage and stretching will help you get some feeling back. My foot is better but still not 100% yet. The shooting pains will spread out over time. Foot surgery takes a lot of patience and everyone has their moments when patience is thin--hang in there! (6 replies)

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