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... Sorry for your situation. First advice, use ONLY a Foot & Ankle board certified ortho- one who does sports med if at all possible. I've had my big toe joint fused and the only two things is impedes is anything that would require bending that joint like squatting, calf raises, lunges etc but those can be wworked around and the height of the heels I wear. I had mine fused... (2 replies)
... Several months after the last of two failed foot surgeries to fix my Hallux Varus, I developed intense pain and swelling. It also was apparent that my big toe had shrunk. My podiatrist told me my toe "collapsed," and he'd never seen this before. He said the only recourse was to do a bone fusion. ... (2 replies)

... will cause all sorts of issues with your knees, hips, etc. I was in one for almost 3 months with a big toe fusion. ... (3 replies)
... still hopeful. It's a struggle, it's rough, there's no sugar coating this operation. It is painful, it can cause incredible anxiety and depression, and it's a big chunk of time for recovery. ... (18 replies)
... Has anyone gone through removal of a bone spur that included taking off of the big toe nail? ... (0 replies)
... loose bodies floating around in my heel area that need to get removed. I have a bunion that isn't even that bug a deal to me, but has done lots of damage to my big toe. So, also having a bunionectomy while we're in there. After I heal from this surgery, I need a surgery to fuse the 2 bones of my big toe. ... (18 replies)
... 68% of Americans think itís normal for their feet to hurt. Why is that? Because when people ask others if their feet hurt, they usually say YES. There are many causes of foot pain. These include things such as: Plantar fasciitis Metatarsalgia Sesamoiditis Neuromas Tarsal tunnel syndrome Insertional tendinitis of the posterior tibialis, anterior tibialis or peroneals (2 replies)
... nd walking the next day. I thought he was nuts because it felt like I had a grape fruit stuck in my calf that was really tight. Every now and then I would feel a big pop when I took a step, but icing seemed to help a lot. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Machaon, I have a foot drop problem which was the result of the lower lumbar back surgery. I have use various AFO for my problem but I had to buy a different size shoe to accommonate the AFO brace. I had several months of PT and received minimal results. I was very interested in the exercise that you used by forcing your toes upward numerous times and over a period of time... (12 replies)
... I am about 3 months out, and working diligently on this issue. I am pretty sure it is normal. (1 replies)
... eight being on that foot. The pain also could be from but up scar tissue. It really is painful to break it up but needs to be done. My doctor said it wasn't a big deal but PT said it is and needs to be broken down. Good luck it does get easier. ... (5 replies)
... t experiencing a lot of pain. That took some time to get my mind around. Fortunately, I have a desk job but I also take care of a large house, three dogs and a big piece of property so I need to be on my foot a lot during the weekends. ... (5 replies)
... eks, and then yesterday i had the cast replaced with a new cast I can put weight on. Last night and today I am noticing a bit of pain in my 2nd toe in beside the big toe. It's kind of achey. Is this normal? ... (0 replies)
Collapsed big toe
Jan 31, 2017
... to correct complications from a bunionectomy. That was the last of three surgeries. The first surgery, the bunionectomy, was about 6 years ago. But, there was a big space between my big toe and the second toe, which has always affected my gait. ... (1 replies)
... Totally agree with the Crocs recommendation. I think they look big, clunky and generally hideous (especially for a woman) but at this stage of the game, I have to put foot comfort ahead of looks. There's something about them that makes them extremely comfortable. I, too, can't walk barefoot since my accident over a year ago. My go to shoe is a sport slide that is made of... (10 replies)
... Oh yes and depressing and exhausting! BUT, and it's a big but, I'm doing great now. As part of the recovery, I lost nearly 40 lbs. walking and my new concentration on my health. You will get better! ... (0 replies)
... I feel like I am walking on the outside of my foot and that I am tilting outwards. It takes a lot of concentration to actually use my big toe during push off. Just curious if this feeling is normal or if I should be concerned. ... (1 replies)
... About the only thing I would not do, is go to a concert I have to stand up. When going to big events, such as fairs, it goes better if I make myself sit down and take breaks. At first I wouldn't and it would be bad. ... (4 replies)
... eep balance on normal surfaces, never mind ice and snow! I walk with a limp, I walk in pain, I cry all the time. My toes are not where they should be, more my big toe. I have a lump on the top of my foot where the pins and cadaver bones are. ... (31 replies)

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