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... I had a bunionette that was giving me so much grief.. limping.. pain.. couldn't find shoes that would be comfortable. So I finally decided to go to the Dr. He said I was a candidate for surgery at this point. ... (7 replies)
... However, I have bought sooo many different shoes and especially sandals post surgery for different reasons. ... (14 replies)
... my doctor told me to discontinue wearing my stiff surgical shoes because he wanted my big toes to bend and gain flexibility. ... (14 replies)

... surgery care. Best wishes! ... (11 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy last foot Oct. ... (1 replies)
... My admittedly sketchy understanding is that pressure from the bone deformity on certain nerves causes bunion pain. Of course there's also pain from friction b/w the "bump" and the side of the shoe, sometimes, but primarily it is nerve irritation from inside, and in my case on the rare occasions when I wore narrow shoes, it felt like pain from having bones artificially... (8 replies)
... actually contributed to if not actually caused my post op problem! ... (0 replies)
... I can't remember who suggested it, but "Thank You". I've been wearing the boots instead of Velcro shoes since my bilateral bunionectomy six days ago. I can't imagine wearing the Velcro shoes. The boots give me so much more stability than the shoes would. ... (5 replies)
... ki season isn't good yet. As I get closer to the surgery day, I worry about the impact on my lifestyle more and more. I live alone, so have tried to prepare as best as I can. ... (6 replies)
... for another week then I can transition into athletic shoes!!! But, the best part of the appt. ... (6 replies)
... I know it's all about pain relief, but honestly if theres still what looks like bunions there it's still going to rub against shoes and its still going to be painful! ... (4 replies)
... approved 4 weeks so far. Any further sick leave my doc will have to fill out more medical forms, which I know my doc will push for me. She knows well that it is best to try for more than 4 weeks if it works. She is trying to push to 6 weeks off for me. That is why I really pray that my healing can be speedy! ... (41 replies)
... I am at the end of a 10 week post op recovery from an austin bunionectomy and screw fix. After wearing a boot and ace bandage for eight weeks, I have been trying to wear athletic shoes. ... (0 replies)
... But they are gone!! Walking is no probles, in fact the specialist says walk walk walk that's the best rehab!!!! ... (18 replies)
... I'm very anxious to start exercising again, but I have to remind myself every day that the rest I'm giving myself is the best thing I can do for myself today, and that running will happen ONLY if I take care of myself today. So, with that said, RELAX!!! ... (30 replies)
... they should be able to give you the names of some good suitable shoes you can wear!! ... (14 replies)
... evious thread, I was able to dug out a forgotten pair of Nike sneakers with complete soft top wrap around. The soft top accommodates the swelling nicely and the shoes give me the arch support I need. The walking with them are 100 times better than the silly flat velcro shoes. ... (35 replies)
... They are nice looking dress shoes with just a slight heel. This was post ankle fusion and prior to my bunionectomy, so my ankle didn't flex much and my big toe was crooked and therefore, I could not push off my right foot. ... (27 replies)
... roses experience, but to me it was well worth the temporary pain and inconvenience. Best wishes. ... (5 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy and osteotomy in April and can give you some idea of what it might be like. First things first, how bad is your bunion? ... (8 replies)

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