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... Around the house, I have worn a pair of Propet walking sandals. Decent price too. I wouldn't wear them very far, with my broken heel. ... (2 replies)
... from exercise. We don't realize the damage we can do until it is too late. I was losing weight on Weight Watchers and reached a plateau so decided to increase my walking to three miles per day. I already had the bunion and hammer toes but this pushed me over the top and it all got worse. I am in So. ... (13 replies)
... I had an operation for Morten's Neuroma over 5 weeks ago. The incision was from below, which I have been told takes longer time to heal, though I began walking quite soon and I have no scarring. The doctor encouraged me to walk as soon as I could, which I have tried to do a little more each day. ... (2 replies)

... Maybe Dansko clogs (have rocker sole). ..or Merrell Jungle Slides - real cushioney. I have the same problem and I have had 3 foot surgeries - bunionectomy, 1st MTP fusion, and most recently fibial sesamoid removal. Still in pain. Foot problems sux. Thankfully, I have a desk job, but I am gaining weight due to inactivity. I am going to a neurolgist to see if I have nerve... (11 replies)
... Thanks for any help. ... (11 replies)
... I am a runner. Not a big runner, just a hobby runner for 2 years. I don't go to marathons, I run for 4 km few times a week just to be on a more healthy side of sitting by the computer all day. Running made me relax also. ... (0 replies)
... ad off my front of my entire foot, thus allowing any internal inflammation to calm down, and I feel I am better off than with the neuroma, which was exactly like walking on a large sewing needle inside my foot when I walked, agonizing nerve pain, and I feel I am therefore better off with having had that surgery in 2005. ... (124 replies)
... Hi Brian, I am also one of the success stories. I did have to go thru the process of cortisone shots and then 7 alcohol shots, this was for insurance purposes. The alcohol shots did help some, but not enough. I went thru the surgery Sep. 08. ... (32 replies)
... ve always been very active and athletic, walking three or four times a week for a distance of about four miles each day. I normally walked at an 11 to 12 minute mile pace. I bowled Professional Senior events throughout the NW. ... (11 replies)
... need to find out what yours is as soon as possible. But you won't necessarily have to EVER use crutches. I had a double bunionectomy a year ago and was only NWB for two weeks and even during that time I could walk a short distance to go to the bathroom. ... (5 replies)
... I am prone to morton's orthodics have no bump area to separate toes...what is the best shoe and orthodic to buy wear? ... (0 replies)
... you then can like you are walking on lumps of tacks, socks, etc all stuck in your foot. Many on the board have also mentioned similar. I find gel pads the most comfortable. ... (3 replies)
... Hello and thanks for writing. ... (36 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)
Bad bunion surgery
Oct 18, 2003
... op the clicking and shooting pains started up again in both feet. After he took the pin out of the one toe, I asked him to examine both feet for neuromas in the 2nd web space. He did and sure enough there were 2 more neuromas. ... (61 replies)
... when I started running. I did notice the occasional right big toe pain prior to 2009, but nothing to this magnitude. I may have over did it causing a neuroma and exacerbating the problem which I will outline in the following description. ... (13 replies)
... Best wishes for the new year! My apologies this is so long. ... (3 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 14, 2010
... In 1990, the ball of my foot swelled and Reg MD sent me to surgeron for exploratory surgury. They found nothing, telling me I must have stepped on a 'carpet cleaning maching fiber' walking barefoot. ... (48 replies)
... and had been bothering me for much longer than the bunions. It was not constant and I coped with it by using orthodics which took the pressure off of the balls of the feet. ... (14 replies)
... op from bunion and neuroma surgery and the shoulder issues kind of took over.... ... (8 replies)

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