... who takes them apart? i am curious because that may help me. maybe they can take the boots apart also-just kidding, but it is a thought. my boots are from colorado and i wont let go of them. (22 replies)
... These are just ordinary shoes and they seem to take them apart, so I'm told, and put a stiff curved sole inside. ... (22 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I am so desperate right now. It's really driving me insane. Every second of the day I get reminded of it.
Titchou as things stand.
- My toe bone joint spacing is even and normal. So cartilage has not worn out in anyway so far.
- No wear and tear visible on X-ray
- No spurring.
- No external bump visible.
- When this pain started 10 months ago... (54 replies)
... When my big toes started pushing the inner toes, those curved to make room, resulting in hammer toes. ... (6 replies)
... Not that that necessarily had anything to do with the success or failure of either procedure. Was your toe curved to the side before the surgery? ... (3 replies)
... t have developed the hammertoes which were caused by my bent big toes. ... (72 replies)
... but assume that will improve once I can become more active again. The main tenderness in my feet is with the second toes which had become hammertoes from the bent big toes pushing under them. ... (72 replies)
... I have valgus rigidus and my big toe has curved toward my foot. The result of this is my second toe has developed a large spur. ... (4 replies)
... Are your shoes comfortable and do you have enough space for your toes to wiggle in? ... (4 replies)
... I agree with the podiatrists. On the side of surgery...if it doesn't hurt don't have surgery. Even though my bunion was very painful, if I had it all to do over again, I would not even have that surgery. (3 replies)
... I have four curved toes. I have bunions and my big toe crowds the other toes so I always thought that caused the problem for two of them. But I also broke two of my smaller toes once and when they healed they ended up a little curved. ... (3 replies)
... Stitcher..i had an extra 10 days with bandaging. at 3 weeks the doc went to take out the pin, but my family doc who took out the stitches bound it too tight, so curved part the doc is supposed to use to pull out the pin had been pushed back into the foot and healed over. so he had to cut my foot again to get at the pin. ... (5 replies)
... The curve on the toes on my left foot is really not noticable, especially when standing and putting weight on my foot. ... (10 replies)
... I would suggest you get a bunion splint to wear daily holding the big toe in alignment. The scar tissue that has formed around the big toe joint is still "remodeling" and if you splint the toe straight, it may remodel in a position that you find more acceptable. ... (8 replies)
... Green bruising on inside edge of my foot....where that fleshy part is right behind the arch. He told me I had "appropriate bruising", and said that if my other toes were bruised, he would know that I wasn't keeping my foot elevated. I had very little swelling. The incision was longer than I had expected and not straight. ... (2 replies)