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... op appointment he said non weight bearing for 2 weeks which I was upset to hear but didn't complain. ... (1 replies)
... i had the pin removed july 8th, doc said i could bear weight "whatever's comfortable". i didnt think that meant full weight, so still walked on the heel. finally today i called drs. ... (5 replies)
... near Seattle, who uses this external fixation method to allow earlier weight bearing. Please send me the name of your doctor if possible, so that I can write and ask them for a referral to someone in my area. Thank you. ... (12 replies)

... ided on an external fixation device held on the foot by screws. He also fused a joint to secure this flexibilty held by a pin. This procedure was used so I could bear weight alot sooner. The foot was wrapped in gauze and I had a cam walker which he allowed me to take off at night and when I had my foot elevated with ice. ... (12 replies)
... th metatarsals. The bunion was big, but wasn't really causing much pain, and was not the primary reason for the surgery I just had... ... (5 replies)
... It seems all surgeons do the lapidus a bit differently from each other. I only ever had thick guazue bandages and the hard soled velcro bunion shoe. I was able to bear weight on the heels during the healing process. My fixation screws stay in permanently in both feet. ... (12 replies)
... it was awful, second foot not so bad but it was starting to get that way. I had to wear an non weight bearing sandal with a big sole that stopped me putting any weight on the front of my foot and as to wear it for 6 weeks but at my check up the week before they found that the bone was solid so that I could walk properly again. ... (18 replies)
... Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? ... (41 replies)
... my surgery and bunion surgery are somewhat similar in many ways. ... (12 replies)
... for the cutting of my bunion. According to my doc, my bunion was not too bad but due to it pressing against my nerves, it has been giving me a lot of grieve the past years. ... (18 replies)
... Hi! I had surgery on my right foot 4 weeks 4 days ago. I had an osteotomy bunionectomy and a tailors bunion removed and secured with 2 permanent screws and a dissolvable pin. My Doctor removed my hard cast today. ... (26 replies)
... I got a pin tract infection at 4 weeks. It was very painful. ... (7 replies)
... c of severity of bunion and arthritis from previous surgery.. ... (0 replies)
... I am trying to remember if your second toe had the pin in after hammertoe surgery or not. Do you know which exact technique was done on your second toe to correct for hammertoe? ... (18 replies)
... ery for a rigid toe where the cartilage and some bone on both sides of the joint are removed. The toe is then straightened and the bones are held together with a pin for several weeks. ... (40 replies)
... As for walking, the crutches bear the weight of your body via your arms and hands, and you put your bad foot forward via your heel and bring the good foot forward. ... (240 replies)
... I was suppose to have 4 external pins on the inside of my foot and be able to weight bear right away but that didn't happen. ... (18 replies)
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... Hi I'm glad I came across this site. I had bunion surgery six weeks ago by a highly recommended orthopedic surgeon. ... (9 replies)
... Hi everyone, well, it's been a few hours since i had surgery (chevron osteotomy and bunionectomy). I'm in bed (yay wireless laptop) and keeping it elevated. I haven't had pain yet, as my foot is still frozen (it was done locally)...but I'm taking various meds as per surgeons orders. The surgery went well, and my foot has a pin in it (which will be removed in a couple weeks)... (0 replies)

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