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... I had a titamium implant in the big toe joint as the cartiledge has goneabout a year ago. Had problems with my balance when I wuld lean off on that foot. I have almost constant "ache" on the outside of the toe, feels like pinching a muscle. Went back to dr. ... (11 replies)
... a calcaneal osteotomy done on my left foot. so far the surgery done to correct that problem has been healing nicely, however very early on in my physical therapy my big toe was really hurting me. ... (4 replies)
... is bruising of the big toe normal and big toe and the toe next to it is still puffy and around where bunion was,when will the puffiness go away? ... (8 replies)

... tty good treatment to me. As long as you don't see any redness or oozing of pus you are good to go. That is pretty much what a doctor would do so good for you. The only complication is if also broke his toe bones but as long as it isn't sticking through the skin or chipped off in any way he will be okay. ... (4 replies)
... I am so very sorry for everything you have been through. I can relate to the questions you are asking about toe fusion because I myself was extremely nervous as well. I will give you some background on what I went through. ... (22 replies)
... all your questions sound so familiar. it seems so many people have this problem with the big toe joint and yet i have never personally met anyone so i could bend their ear and get some info, so these forums are so interesting to me. ... (28 replies)
... The toe is numb on the scar on top. The bottom has feeling. ... (5 replies)
... I had a 1st mtp fusion done as well. My toe still bends but it is the joint within the toe that bends. The MTP joint does not bend. This fusion takes a long time to heal fully. ... (33 replies)
Big Toe Fusion
Jun 7, 2007
... balance was not almost felt like I had no toe and the pain kept getting worse and worse. ... (10 replies)
... You will still be able to move your IP joint after the fusion of the MTP, so I believe that is still controled by the EHL tendon, but I could be wrong. ... (16 replies)
... Well, I have had midfoot fusions but not a fusion of the big toe. I dont know, but I would imagine that having a stiff big toe might effect your balance. Im not sure. Have you thought about getting a wheelchair because you have RA? ... (12 replies)
... My orthopedist has recommended fusing the big toe joint due to arthritis and I'm wondering if anyone out there has had this procedure. It would involve using two screws to fuse the joint and a plate across the top. ... (2 replies)
... I live in Indianapolis Indiana. I have called every well know Orthopedic in Indianapolis and surrounding area. No Ortho would recommend the Smart Toe Surgery. No Ortho would refer me to a Podiatrist either. ... (1 replies)
... Ingrown toenails occur when the toenail is pie shaped like a V rather than U shaped like it should be, and when the nail is cut down along the sides instead of straight across. ... (10 replies)
... Which toe did you break? ... (4 replies)
... first metatarsal, shortening of second and pin in the hammertoe.... ... (0 replies)
... have a plate and 5 screws in 1st or 2nd metatarsal and a pin in hammertoe. Three hour surgery. went home in a hard splint. ... (0 replies)
... Bruising and swelling are normal. Length of time depends on what all was done and how long you ice and elevate. ... (8 replies)
... A year ago I was anxiously awaiting my surgery to fuse my big toe joint. I went through different stages of anxiety. I was horrifed about the idea of a joint that wouldn't move, even though it already had an extremely reduced range of motion. I had very visual dreams of the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... and fuse the big toe joint. ... (16 replies)

Associated Tags: arthritis, big toe, cheilectomy, hallux limitus, pttd post-op

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