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... I never really experienced any pain, although i was told i would. I'm grateful for that part. I never even had to take pain killers at any point. ... well, aside from three Tylenol the day after surgery for good measure. ... (2 replies)
... ce is the higher the number the better the quality. In department or discount stores ou can find the lower numbered shoes which are o.k, but probably not suited for chasing Mickey Mouse all day. ... (9 replies)
... and really good gym shoes the best for long hours of standing and walking. ... (9 replies)

... am going back to Disney World in a few weeks and I am honestly not looking too forward to it. I have long narrow feet. The last time I went, I bought Merrel's best walking shoe and Superfeet inserts, after researching what I thought would be the best alternative. ... (9 replies)
... Well, we all seem to be in the same boat right now.... ... (37 replies)
... As far as standing and walking all day at school....I will be going back Sept. ... (37 replies)
... PE. I alternate day to day which subject I teach. ... (37 replies)
... I had posted about this a while back when I was trying to figure out what shoes would be the best in terms of providing support while I was healing but still being flexible enough to allow me to respond to what my foot was feeling. ... (3 replies)
... The transition to a brace with a shoe is tough, but at the same time very freeing. Your pain may go up because of the real weight bearing you will be doing. ... (5 replies)
... woman with a husband and 11 year old daughter. I have been having bunion pain for over 6 years and it has gotten progressively worse. ... (2 replies)
... woman with a husband and 11 year old daughter. I have been having bunion pain for over 6 years and it has gotten progressively worse. ... (0 replies)
... My primary care doctor from my HMO gave me a referral to a podiatrist. He immediately agreed with the need for surgery and we scheduled it to fit my circumstances. ... (11 replies)
... I'm not sure if you have had surgery before but recovery for this reconstruction is very similar to other foot and ankle procedures. ... (7 replies)
... g at a month post op. i think that part was gone by 2 months but i also still had scabbing and filling in on the puffy and uneven incision. this freaked me out for sure. ... (4 replies)
... i had tons of setbacks i would say as far as comparing my surgical side to being normal for atleast the first 6 months. i had many things to complain about that weren't even near the surgical site. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! First I am happy to hear your husband is mending. I also found "tactics for coping" to be very helpful. ... (2 replies)
... all i can share is what i went through. they used my own parts with some kind of mesh for anatomical reconstruction so i guess i was lucky. to this day my complaint is a bit less range of motion side to side and when i reach the limit of extension i can feel like my guts are being run over strings or something. ... (4 replies)
... I found that the time moved much quicker with this last recovery. I was only NWB for 6 weeks instead of 10, and worked myself into FWB much faster. My second surgeon seemed to have a much more relaxed approach to things than the first one did. ... (3 replies)
... I'm close to the same time frame as well. I'm now walking in the boot FWB and see the surgeon on Monday and it will be interesting if I go into a shoe and if I can tolerate it as well. I know what you mean about not making it for long time frames without getting sore and swollen. ... (7 replies)
... my work involves being on my feet all day as well as heavy lifting and endurance. for me i did a ton of exercise and months of pt and i believe i waited like 5 months before breaking myself back into that kind of work. ... (3 replies)


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