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... h my knee and back due to the way I was walking because of the pain from this condition.. I have found the Nike AirMax are now my favorite shoe when dealing with Hallux Rigidus.. I got them a half size larger than I normally wear and I am extremely happy with them. ... (5 replies)
... of my long journey but I just want to tell you to consider ALL other options before you say "yes" to your surgeon even if he is a genius and operated on all the best sports celebrities who continued to win their Olympic prizes after their surgeries. Sure, it depends on your age and your lifestyle and goals. ... (3 replies)
... I had my big toe fused on August 10, 2004. That makes it 4 months for me. I struggled with Hallux Rigidus for at least 7 years. The pain and limitations were affecting my life. I am 51, extremely active and an avid hiker. ... (6 replies)

... Hi Tracy248, I too have the same issue with my toe.. I found that shoes with solid bottoms helps some, The clark brand is the most comfortable for me. ... (5 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. The podiatrist suggested surgery. ... (23 replies)
Hallux rigidus
Mar 12, 2012
... 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. ... (5 replies)
Hallux rigidus
Mar 11, 2012
... I have had this for a good 5 years getting worse each year. I have seen podiatrists but cannot get in to an orthopedic surgeon due to wait lists and at 51 am too young (too young???). I have the large bump on top of big toe, severe pain, can barely wear any shoes. Summer is best. I waited a year to get a toe replacement and during the year it worsened so this surgery is no... (5 replies)
... and ALWAYS with my orthotics. Fortunately, I can wear any shoes I want to work. ... (2 replies)
... s I could somehow learn to live with the condition, which would never improve but could be perhaps be stabilized. I meanwhile got inserts from him, tried various shoes and am now only really comfortable in MBTs and certain hiking shoes. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there Steve. Great to hear from you again. I've added you as a friend by the way. How good is that!!!!?;) I'm really not sure what to make of my feet! The left one, (the better of the two) still has a bump over the top of my big toe joint. It looks as if the surgeon opened me up and then didn't bother to take any bone away! I just didn't get the chance to ask about... (49 replies)
... I got my UGLY shoes from a company called Hotter. They do have mens shoes. Not sure if they ship abroad, but you could try. ... (49 replies)
... Hey, kids know what looks good, so your shoes must be kinda' cool! I have to wear my Nike's to church. I'd be in trouble if I went to the kind where I had to wear a suit! ... (49 replies)
... d got were ok. So that's saying something! They are really like a trainer again. I think that's all I will be able to wear for a while. I gave up on the post op shoes after about 2 weeks, they were so uncomfortable and I found they actually gave me less support, once the initial swelling had gone down. ... (49 replies)
... As I said my right foot is still very sore and swollen. I cannot get any of my normal shoes on still and finding a pair to fit is nearly impossible. ... (49 replies)
... I found the main problem was the bone spurs rubbing on my shoes and my big toes used to throb with alot of walking? ... (49 replies)
Hallux rigidus
Mar 17, 2008
... Hi Judy, Let us know how things go. I had the surgery several years ago and my healing was much slower than the others here describe. After 6 months I still felt pain, though had recovered all the range of motion. My orthopedist (a sports med doc with much experience as a university foot problems specialist) told me the surgery doesn't help everyone the same. After 12... (9 replies)
... m the other toes.This may be due to the fact that i still have swelling, im hoping this is not the angle it has been set at cos itll be impossible to get regular shoes on or do anything really? ... (45 replies)
Hallux Rigidus
May 21, 2007
... last procedure is fusion. There are some restrictions with this as the joint will not move and the toe will be permanently at an angle..meaning certain types of shoes will no longer be suitable. ... (6 replies)
Hallux Rigidus
Oct 10, 2006
... Hi, I had HR and had a chelicectomy done in June. WHAT A MESS. I am in so much pain everyday. My Dr had orthodics made for my shoes and said that they would help me a lot. WHat a joke. I have been going through PT and this is my last week. And I see no improvement at all. ... (6 replies)
Hallux Rigidus
Oct 1, 2006
... I am no stranger to the OR and I would suggest you avoid surgery if you can or atleast put it off. Shoes are important. I lived in dankso clogs for the past 6 months. Could not do barefoot for past year. ... (6 replies)




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