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... will also take a very expensive shoe like Prada and remove the top and make it possible for you to wear them, all at a cost. I won't put the name on the message board because it may seem like advertizing. I live in central NYand it's about a 5 hr dr. for me as well as staying at a hotel. ... (11 replies)
... next day.....some swelling, but that was mother also had one removed...very easy for her too. See a good sports med ortho who is foot and ankle board certified. ... (11 replies)
... I am not trying to scare you by any means but foot surgery usually calls for pretty long post op recovery time. There have been lots and lots of people on this board that have had fusions and pinning of their toes. ... (6 replies)

... Hi MacyK, I remember reading a good post on this board from LisaBDot about a strengthening exercise, you could search for that one. ... (7 replies)
... Quick recap: broke 2nd metatarsal and tore plantar plate last March. 7 weeks to correct dx. by board-certified ankle/foot ortho. 8 weeks in boot for bone to heal. Surgery 7/12/12: weil's osteotomy, removal of Morton's neuroma, lapidus bunionectomy. P/T started 9/6 at 3x/week. Last week severe swelling and pain in forefoot. PT treated but advised return to dr.... (2 replies)
... I feel like mine have been nailed down to a board and when I try and move them it feels like I"m moving them and ripping nails out from a board with it, like there is pressure between my toes not to pull them toward me. ... (44 replies)
... Now I like that he did post grad in forefoot and soft tissue. That's a plus. I'd say it can't hurt to go see him and it might help. But I'd do due diligence on any procedure he recommends. ... (9 replies)
... My name is....I am a a board certified podiatric physician. My board certification is in foot surgery. My post graduate surgical training emphasis on forefoot and mid foot, for example bunions, hammertoes and other soft tissue and bone disorders. He practices at one of the best hospitals in Michigan. ... (9 replies)
... ng, mine was work related and the ins. co doesn't ok things my doctor wants me to have so i get to pay those cost and will settle it down the road...I found this board has been very helpful, we have different types of injuries other then the heel... ... (165 replies)
... The young therapist couldn't have been nicer. We talked about it at length and she began by just gently manipulating my whole forefoot to get mobility in it. She did this for a long time. Very gradually, she began to massage the joint and move it slowly up and down. ... (19 replies)
... no forefoot pressure so I'm still on the crutches. ... (2 replies)
... Hey Deb: It sounds like things are going very well! Congratulations! What was the date of your surgery again? I'm sorry, but I get into this board less frequently than I'd like -- which means I retain less of the details so I'm sorry to ask again. The weather is nice here in Michigan and I've actually been working out in my yard. It's taking FOREVER since I can't walk... (246 replies)
... to Dr. and had ESWT. My heels seem like they are getting better..slowly but better. About a week before I had ESWT March 24th. I started getting pain in my right forefoot because of putting most of my weight on the front of my foot, because my heels hurt so bad, but it was bearable. ... (2 replies)
Heel Pain
Feb 16, 2004
... are in the forefoot. You would probably get lots of information on it if you do an internet search and I'm sure you will get replies from others on this message board who have this condition and they may be more informative than I am. ... (7 replies)
... BTW, Dansko is practically the only brand of shoe I have been wearing for years, it's wide forefoot really accomodates bunions, I really recommend it. ... (11 replies)
... a walk, mow the lawn, walk the dogs, maybe even dance at a few weddings without pain. Funny how simple goals like that mean so much sometimes. You guys at this board are a great bunch. Thanks for listening. ... (65 replies)
... Years of wear and tear also cause arthritis, so the big toe joint was replaced. There were several other things done also which made this major reconstructive forefoot surgery, so my recovery was far from quick and painless. ... (14 replies)

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