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... It was decided that surgery would be the next best option so in March of 2014 I had s cheilectomy with microfracture procedure done. My surgery went well, but the recovery has yielded negative results. ... (13 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Hallux Limitus 1.5 years ago. ... (3 replies)
... I limped into a podiatrist who diagnosed Hallux Limitus. ... (34 replies)

... and then the bone spurs start growing which then causes further limited range of motion no matter what. The usual type of orthotic for functional hallux limitus is a semi rigid plastic orthotic with what is called a first ray cutout. ... (19 replies)
... I had more severe hallux rigidus in my big toe joint. It was bone on bone because of osteoarthritis. I had orthotics for a while, and they stopped helping me. ... (23 replies)
... moved. Healing seems to move very quickly once the pin is out and you can start bearing weight! The pin plays an important role in keeping good alignment and the best part is there is no permanent hardware that remains in your foot so you don't have to worry about the potential for problems that can go along with that. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Grace. After my surgery, I was advised to stay off the foot as much as possible, but could actually hobble about enough to visit the bathroom and so forth. I had a four-pronged cane to steady me, which was very useful. I was fortunate in that my lovely sister took care of me for the first few days, so staying in bed was easy, and her guest room has a little ensuite, so... (34 replies)
... Just wanted to share a couple of things with you. Firstly, I was given great relief while I was trying to figure out what to do by wearing motion control shoes and an orthotic that immobilised the affected toe. ... (34 replies)
... and ALWAYS with my orthotics. Fortunately, I can wear any shoes I want to work. ... (2 replies)
... han sensible sandals and thought I could walk to a nearby coffee shop. The trip there and back including getting the coffee was about 15 minutes. I figured those shoes would be okay. I was wrong. I woke up in the middle of the night that night as if someone was jamming an ice pick into the joint. ... (34 replies)
... Hi, again, So, I am 2 weeks post op after the cheilectomy and a partial fascia release and am wondering a couple of things. When you had your surgery how long was it before you were up and just walking? Did you need to buy new shoes? Or did your foot fit your old shoes. Just some questions I've been thinking about and since you have been through this I knew I could get... (3 replies)
... I have no doubt that I would do OK. I still have some very minor swelling that the doc said might take months to resolve, but I can fit into all my shoes with absolutely no pain. ... (114 replies)
Hallux Limitus
Aug 9, 2006
... So, I guess what I am asking is since I dance so much, and with no shoes for the majority of the time, what would be my best bet? ... (1 replies)
... I had hallux limitus or hallux rigidus treated conservatively for years but finally had to opt for surgery. A lot of research went into my decision making. ... (11 replies)
... Hi 2ScrewedUp - My foot condition and resulting surgery pales in comparison to yours (hallux limitus rigidus), but my foot is larger from the swelling, which my dr and pt indicated could last for a year - I am now 8 weeks post-op. I went to a running store (where I have been getting athletic shoes for a few years now - they analyze your foot while you walk on a... (9 replies)
... Hi Gleegirl! Wow - our experiences do sound very similar. I hope everything goes smoothly and easy for you tomorrow - are you working with a podiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon? I have a podiatrist. Keep posting on your progress - you will be my road map for my recovery:wave:I am so glad that I found this health board to use as part of my support system! (14 replies)
... r recovery and realize it is a long process you will be successful. I keep thinking that next year this time I should be pain free and able to wear some 'normal' shoes will all be worth it! Best wishes. ... (14 replies)
... I have had Hallux Limitus for a long time. ... (2 replies)
Big Toe Surgery
Aug 9, 2008
... You need to take a deep breath and then put this guy on hold. From what you are saying you have hallux rigidus. You probably have a bump on top of the toe joint. This condition is commonly called runner's toe, tennis toe, turf toe, etc. ... (8 replies)
... s with stage 3 hallux limitus. I have very limited ROM and sporadic pain in the joint, which has worsened quite a bit in the past six months. ... (23 replies)

Associated Tags: bunion, cheilectomy, foot arthritis, foot pain, hallux limitus, hallux limitus/rigidus, orthopedic vs podiatric surgeon., osteotomy, pain, surgery

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