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... y first,only and strongest recommendation is to go to an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and feet. Absolutely NOT a podiatrist. The basic procedure to clean out the joint is a cheilectomy. Straightening the toe with the pin could be any of several. ... (1 replies)
... bones in foot shortened and pinned to relieve pressure on big and little toes. ... (1 replies)
... I had a big toe joint replacement 19 months ago. It was an extremely painful and unsuccessful procedure. I have to get the joint removed next week and go for fusion. ... (13 replies)

... I hope Sharon posts again soon. She has been through so much and can help inform us of things to come. It looks like you're going to have the same procedure I am and around the same time. Let's keep in touch with each other. ... (33 replies)
... union on my big toe. ... (33 replies)
... Bill, Not at all certain that this will be of any value but its worth a shot. In considering a solution for your "great toe" 1st MP it is important to keep in mind your chosen surgeons training and background. Surgeons are just people who do some things better than others. In addition, surgeons typically do things they way they were trained during residency or... (25 replies)
... I am not aware of any. What kind of doc is doing the procedure?? And have you already had a cheilectomy? Or are you beyond that stage? (25 replies)
... ee the foot. I did get to look at the plate before the surgery started. I can also see that it is bent when I look at the sole of the foot. It does look like the toe will stick up when I have my foot flat.......but I haven't had the foot flat since the surgery. ... (25 replies)
... Hi fightmother, I had the surgery on October 28th, a week ago today actually. It went well. I had a spinal for it and the procedure was over before I knew it. I have been sitting on my couch for a week since, except for a brief outing to church on Sunday. My foot feels awesome now. ... (25 replies)
... Thats great to hear that at 2.5 months you are satisfied with the outcome and you are contemplating having the other foot done. How long did you tolorate the pain before deciding to have the procedure? Good luch with the other foot. Please keep posting your progress. (33 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)
... glad to have found this message board with people who KNOW what I'm going through. I little history about me. I'm currently a 33 year old male who had a Head Procedure Bunionectomy back in June 04'. The results were terrible. First off the doctor told me to walk out of the hospital. ... (33 replies)
... Hello All, Good to hear the progress. My 2nd surgery was a metal hemi-toe implant in the MTP which had to be removed because it "didn't seat properly". Dr. said a new implant would eventually have to be removed followed by fusion so I chose fusion. I had a bone graft from my hip and mtp fusion in 7/05. I had frequent swelling and redness so my new doc removed the hardware... (33 replies)
... either the total joint replacement or the placement of a synthetic material as a replacement cartilege. It is my understanding that neither can be done after a fusion as the joint has been too damaged from the prep for the fusion for either to work. ... (7 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that your joint replacement failed. ... (2 replies)
... Bottom line, joint implants fail. The usual time to failure is less than 5 years. ... (9 replies)
... to this day the toe has shrunk, sticks up , and aches in different places. My left big toe is in need of bunion surgery. ... (2 replies)
... toe joint replacement. To lengthen my toe back to normal they also used my own iliac crest donation. ... (3 replies)
... There's a stress fracture on my big toe 1st metatarsal joint, and a grade 4 cartilage damage. And also the ligament in this joint is fully torn. But funny thing is I still can do normal sports, apart from it being rather painful ONLY after the game. ... (1 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone has experience of microfracture or drilling in the big toe joint? ... (1 replies)

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