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... Yay!! that sounds exciting! Bring the camera! lol Did you get your bandages changed at week 1? ... (18 replies)
... When I was middle school I remember having some heel cup inserts in my shoes at one point, but that was the only time growing up my feet gave me any issues. Over the past couple years however I have had some increasing problems, especially in my left foot. ... (7 replies)
... I really appreciate the reply! Thank you! ... (8 replies)

... I am terrified about how I will get from the car and into my house at the moment!! I have sorted out the kids and all their after school clubs already and have made a start on my xmas shopping already as figure I won't be heading to the shops in person this year. ... (18 replies)
... My recovery is going well I think, I still have some stiffness in the mornings but I'm pretty much into my normal flat shoes. ... (18 replies)
... s comp doctor, he said I had bilateral tendonitis and bilateral ankle sprains. ... (10 replies)
... pain free. Unfortunately for me though it is hard to predict others actions. Coming back from a patient transport with a Bipap machine, the nurse put the patient transport monitor on the floor in the middle of the doorway. I tripped over it and came down hard on my feet. ... (64 replies)
... I am not sure with the akin if you should do what I did. ... (18 replies)
... Hi cards5fan, sounds like you had some sort of bunionectomy with akin. Our scenario is slightly different, as I only had the bunionectomy without correcting the big toes. ... (18 replies)
... Congrats on getting the bandage off! Yes, stay off your feet for as long as you can as it will help with the recovery process by letting the bones to have a chance to heal faster without any weight. ... (18 replies)
... They didn't look too bad! I do walk about a little more than I did in week one, I'm hoping that's not a bad thing although, most of the day my feet are up and iced. How long did you carry on putting ice on your feet for? ... (18 replies)
... so I guess I'll leave it until then and see how I go. At the moment it feels as though I won't be able to bear any weight on the balls of my feet any time soon as it's very painful. ... (40 replies)
... Oh gosh I'm trying to remember!! I would give it 10 days before u start putting ur weight on it but I was told to let pain be ur guide! Hope that helps?!don't forget to do exercises, keep up fluids, elevate & relax!!! Any other questions just ask!! (40 replies)
... Well I went ahead with the surgery and am now 6 days post op. I was just wondering when you started putting weight on the balls of your feet? ... (40 replies)
... Hey all. I am a 16 year old male looking for some advice. I had a pretty extensive bilateral bunionectomy done on March 12, 2010. ... (18 replies)
... Wow! I had bilateral tailors bunion surgery a year and a half ago. Both were type II I believe, though many years ago someone tried to tell my the right was type III. I did a chevron osteotomy on the right with a temporary pin. ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to let you know I got my bandages off today and I can't believe how great my feet look!!!! ... (40 replies)
... That is tought, having to think about snow! I thought the heat was bad, when you are sitting around all day! ... (40 replies)
... Hi aimski, I hope you feel better soon. Perhaps your feet are reminding you to baby them! I have told friends that they are welcome to come for tea.....and that they might be preparing it. ... (40 replies)
... Put your feet up and relax. Hopefully this was just a reminder to take it easy and that it will pass quickly. How are you feeling now? ... (40 replies)

Associated Tags: bilateral scarf bunion osteotomy bunionectomy, calcaneal osteotomy, flat feet, gastroc recession, reconstructive surgery

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