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... because you can't bend the toe. Can't do lunges, calf raises. I'm short so have to get on tiptoes to reach some things but I'm right handed and it's the right big toe. So have to remember to do it on the left side. Things like that. ... (4 replies)
... Beyond having limits on wearing heels, does having your big toe fused bother you in your daily life? ... (4 replies)
... Can anyone share their experience with having a big toe joint fusion with a bone graft after having a joint implant removed? ... (4 replies)

... So in fusing that joint he fixed both problems in foot. Originally I was also going to get metatarsal arthrodesis in big toe, the fusion fixed that too! ... (11 replies)
... union on my big toe. ... (33 replies)
... Im curious about the removal of your sesamoid bone.I have also had many surgeries on my feet and the next step may possablybe to fuse the toe and removed the sesamoid. What was it like and how are you doing now? ... (9 replies)
... Has anyone ever heard of a toe "collapsing"? ... (1 replies)
... and I did have the hardware out. Very glad that I did. The fusion however did not impact the sesamoids so I am unsure how that would help you. Have you discussed removal instead? ... (7 replies)
... I had my big toe joint fused last June. ... (1 replies)
... I had a first MTP joint fusion last summer. I was weight bearing the entire time. ... (1 replies)
... And have either the ortho or the pod suggested removal of the cyst? ... (3 replies)
... About four years ago a bunion near my big toe on my right foot that I had since a kid but it was very small then, started to grow much bigger causing the big toe to lean over toward the second toe. Now the bunion is very pronounced and very painful when it rubs my shoes. ... (5 replies)
... there is still some swelling, but i can fit into shoes i couldnt 8 months ago. i guess the ct scan will know for sure. sharon, how long is recovery from the removal of hardware and were you in a cast or surgical shoe? ... (33 replies)
... The hardware removal was pretty easy comparatively. Just a twilight sleep which I came out of easily, percocet for a week followed by vicodin for a few weeks. ... (33 replies)
... nt. One has been fused and the other will have to be fused in the future because I have the same issues with that one. As of now....you would never guess. The toe doesn't STICK UP at all! Yes... ... (33 replies)
... Replacement of big toe joint and bone with hardware to correct bunion and removal of a segment of bone from each toe to correct severe hammertoe. Just this past Wednesday, my doctor said I could start walking in life without that massive surgical boot. ... (6 replies)
... I do know that one screw and pin, in my big toe joint, is the only one that may possibly not be removed. ... (21 replies)
... had a Dr who really messed me up removing that one and ended up having my big toe fused in the joint closest to the foot. ... (3 replies)
... hat Titchou said about getting an opinion from a sports medicine orthopaedic surgeon. I had a serious case of Hallux Rigidus and had a cheilextomy in 2006. That toe has done very, very well ever since. ... (11 replies)
... as no help and there was no point in an MRI since the mass had to come out anyway. I had it removed on the 31st of Jan as well as a nail matrixectomy on my right big toe. The mass removal has been the worst pain of my life!! The pathothy report came back as Pseudorheumatoid nodule or Deep subcutaneous granuloma annulare. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: bunion, bunion hammertoe surgery, bunionectomy, complications, foot, foot pain, granuloma annulare, hammertoe, mass, nodule, shoes

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