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... Also with a cheilectomy each surgery is different.... depending on how damaged the joint is and how much they have to do. ... (15 replies)
... th just a small gauze covering the incision,and is having me keep my stitches in for another week. I can shower normally, ride my stationary bike, drive, return to work. I only took 5 percocet pills the first 48 hours and that was it for pain management. Really not bad at all. The whole deal has been very smooth. ... (15 replies)
... r last comment are very encouraging. Sounds like your doing pretty good! I'm still doing good. 2 steps forward, one step back. Gets frustrating because I want to be back to normal now! I still have only one pair of shoes I can wear comfortably, the Nike trail runners. Others just hurt! ... (85 replies)

... no appointment for two months after removal of bandage. I'll have to leave a message for the doctor's assistant and see if she calls back. ... (85 replies)
... I think you and I are close to the same right now. I have some decent flexion of the joint. Seems like almost full range, but I can't remember what I had before. ... (85 replies)
... I had a cheilectomy on my left foot big toe and a pin in the second toe to straighten it, a little over 4 weeks ago. Began putting weight on the foot in surgical shoe after two weeks. ... (5 replies)
Cheilectomy
May 15, 2013
... I hope I am that lucky, at the very least encouraging for sure. I guess when I get stitches we will have more discussions regarding future state. I would like to know when you know its ok to to go back to those normal things. ... (8 replies)
... I can do more now that I've had my toe fused than I could before. I feel like I have been given my life back. I can wear less sensible shoes than before and want to get some "pretty" shoes. I'll probably chose a flat, but apparently I can go to about an inch heel. ... (19 replies)
... I certainly understand the psychological part of it, feeling like you are not going to put up with arthritis when you are in your 20s. I can only comment on my experience, but it was close enough to yours to make me sympathize. ... (13 replies)
... really helped me to prepare! ... (5 replies)
... op and while I have made some progress, I still have a long way to go. ... (19 replies)
... how come it only lasted for 4 years. did you wear any steel inserts after surgery, or did you go back to walking normal like before the surgery. ... (31 replies)
... Boy have you come to the right place. ... (2 replies)
... ted for around two weeks. However, around the 13th I could hobble around reasonably well with crutches. I had my bandages removed around 16th June, and continued to hobble around. ... (53 replies)
... If it is affecting your normal day to day life and causing enough pain to also interfere its time. I wanted my life back............ ... (5 replies)
... Had my osteotomy, cheilectomy and debridement of my right foot on Sat 6th July. Was really lucky that was 1st on the list to go down at 8.45am, was back on ward at 11am and home for 5pm. ... (2 replies)
... Ah, thank you! Good to know not weight bearing at all this week is the right way to go. ... (177 replies)
... I have arthritis in right toe and ankle. I had a cheilectomy in Feb 2012... Well after about 8 months, I was in a lot of pain. My heel and the rest of my right foot was hurting. ... (14 replies)
... I had my surgery, and my aftercare instructions consisted of the nurse advising me what to do just after coming out of anesthesia and then sending me home. ... (4 replies)
... He said it's healing nicely and not very swollen compared to most he sees. ... (14 replies)




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