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... although that would be good to massage the scar with. It may help lubricate the skin in the area you are massaging so that would be beneficial. ... (19 replies)
... Hi KB! I totally sympathize with you on scar nerve pain. ... (28 replies)
... toe toe joint under the big toe toenail hurts, scar STILL hurts, sesamoid pain, stiffness, bruising beneath the other four toes.... ... (11 replies)

... i would go for a 2nd opinion on what can be done. i know myself i wouldnt want my foot that way. i have a lot of scar tissue in my toe and foot, but i had big toe fusion. maybey there is a way to remove the scar tissue surgically. ... (1 replies)
... In 2005 I had a bunionectomy and hammertoe operated on. It went fine but after a month or so the big toe started pulling toward the 2nd toe and became stiff, even though I was doing the recommended exercises. The Dr. ... (1 replies)
... op, i was having a lot of stiffness in one of my big toes, altho the other was moving fairly well, all things considered. My OS sent me to physical therapy with iontophoresis... ... (5 replies)
... M.R removal, I have done well with stretching my big toe am in no pain. The area on my foot underneath my M.R. was is hard. I asked my doc today and she said it was scar tissue. ... (0 replies)
... My surgery will be big toe fusion, bunionectomy and hammertoes, and am curious and hoping that you are pain free by now. ... (11 replies)
... I have one fused toe, next to the biggie, and had a bunionectomy on that foot at the same time. Both toes were really stiff for about a year but I kept working on curling them and moving them to work through the scar tissue. ... (9 replies)
... My big toe is kind of stiff and I have a metal plate in it which makes it difficult to bend it all the way down. ... (2 replies)
... ement I got back after working with the pt. One night I was in the kitchen working while on the scooter, I don't know how it happened but I tipped and caught my big toe on the floor. I didn't have my boot on. It hurt like a bugger...thought maybe I broke something cuz it bent back. ... (11 replies)
... If you had a second broken bone, then you recovery may take a little longer than mine. I only had the bone broken in the big toe once...that "healed" at 3 weeks. ... (28 replies)
... well, I've done lots. I do the regular flex and bend...which doesn't seem to be helping but I do it anyway. I also pull the big toe up while holding the other four down.... ... (3 replies)
Hammertoe Surgery
Jan 25, 2008
... My doctor put a pin in it for 4 weeks and at first I thought it would bend because of scar tissue. Well turns out it is fused and will never bend again! At first I was really bothered by it and it would stick up off the ground a little bit. ... (6 replies)
... All of my corrected toes lie flat on the ground. ... (2 replies)
... your toes will come back. ... (8 replies)
... ttle, and wear shoes or slippers that have cushion, that will help. Also if you not not already doing this, massage the fusion site. It is good for breaking up scar tissue and will help desensitize the area. ... (23 replies)
... I assume by your question, that the big toe over time had pushed your toes over to the side and now you have a gap between the big and second toe. I had that happen, my Dr. told me that he thought over time my toes may move back, but if it bothered me he could do a ligament release. ... (1 replies)
... It could just be scar tissue if you didn't work them once the sutures were out. I'd investigate that first. Joint replacement is an option depending on your age. Fusion is another. ... (2 replies)
... Day surgery it was not due to a few issues. Pain management was a big issue. Going 12 hours, in pain, having to pee before nursing staff decided to put in a catheter didn't help anything. ... (15 replies)

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