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... the best advice I read on this forum for increasing mobility of the toe was an "exercise" done in the bathtub. ... (11 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)
... frame I should be in!!! That was what I had been searching for but evidently have a hard time getting my thoughts from brain to keyboard sometimes. As for my walking on my heels.....I evidently wrote that incorrectly too. ... (32 replies)

... I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for the support, advice and encouragement. I have been so frustrated, angry and then just plain depressed from all this it's been ridiculous. ... (32 replies)
... I'm a 34 year old female and I had bunion surgery on my left foot in early December, so I'm about 10 weeks ahead of you in the healing process. ... (2 replies)
... I hope I can continue to do so. ... (240 replies)
... op. Everyone's body is different and, as such, everyone's surgery will be different. So while, we can tell you our experiences, yours may or may not be similar. ... (39 replies)
... I have just been diagnosed with "bunions". I have experienced pain at the joint that is best described as a bruised feeling. When I wear closed in shoes, I sometimes get a burning feeling in that area. ... (8 replies)
... I would highly recommend having the minimally invasive cheilectomy because he performed the surgery through three 1 cm incisions over the top of my foot rather than through a larger incision. The incisions healed really quickly. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, so glad to hear a reply as a new member myself! ... (41 replies)
... I hope it helps you in your decision an helps you in your recovery. I'll add info from time to time. Feel free to comment or add anything if you wish. Everyone has a different experience but my only goal here is to share what I know. ... (0 replies)
... with a website that says he does a state of the art bunion removal. Practically pain free with his method. Walking very soon, with plastic surgery type scars. ... (13 replies)
... I can respond to a few of your issues... ... (7 replies)
... I have been reading everyone's thoughts and feelings about thier experiences with Bunion surgeries.... now ... to be honest..... I am still at the cross roads. apprehensive and apprehensive... ... (26 replies)
... for as long as I can recall and never new it could be fixed. I've also been overweight since my early 20s and over the last few years lost 50 of 120 lbs I needed to loose. In 2012 I started training for a 5k and started having issues with my right ankle. ... (3 replies)
... I recently had big toe surgery for Hallux Rigidus and I was apprehensive as well in the weeks leading up to the surgery. ... (12 replies)
... ray is good, I will go into a running shoe. I will probably still have crutches just to keep the weight on the foot minimum but I am so excited. I have put no weight on the foot at all. ... (149 replies)
... Hello all, I have a pretty extensive history. I am very sad, angry, depressed, right now I don't know what to do. I feel like my life is over. ... (22 replies)
... I'm very sorry to hear that you are still in pain, and I truly hope that someone will figure out what's causing the pain. Have you had your appointment yet? ... (10 replies)
Toe Exercises
Feb 6, 2004
... e know from some posts on this board, pushing yourself too hard can cause complications. After your bone is healed, though, you can push yourself a lot more and do it safely. ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: akin, arthrodesis, bone spurs, bunion, bunion surgery, bunion surgery pain, bunion surgery recovery, calcaneal osteotomy, chevron, flat foot, foot arthritis, hallux limitus/rigidus, interpositional arthroplasty, pttd, recovery help, surgery

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