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... It's possible but honestly unlikely. With the force of the talus being driven in the calcaneus you are guaranteed to experience a significant amount of cartilage damage. You are very likely to develop arthritis in the subtalar joint. ... (11 replies)
... He made me start walking within 3 weeks! Well, I was in pain for an entire year, walking incorrectly due to the pain, causing other issues with my back, etc. This surgeon told me at every appt. ... (20 replies)
... Your recovery may depend, in part, on how many and what types of procedures you are having done. ... (4 replies)

... After my ten day post op, i rolled my foot in a weird way in my boot and something in my foot popped and vibrated up my leg, and really hurt for a couple days. ... (3 replies)
... I went from limping along in my surgical shoe to pretty much normal walking in regular shoes over about a 2 week period. Now I'm able to even go up on my tip toes, which I couldn't have imagined doing even a month ago. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Pam. Yes, it appears thatI'm doing well. I have been having some pain yet, probably normal. Still have swelling in the foot. One toe has a little more feeling in it but still not back to normal. ... (193 replies)
... I have read alot of queries and questions regarding ankle fusions in the last year or so, so I'd like to share my experience so far. ... (0 replies)
... The same Podiatrist performed a second graft operation, this time harvesting the bone from my heal. He placed the graft in a metal brace type of hardware 'floating' between the open gap in my metatarsal. It was supposed to grow into the metatarsal and fuse. ... (14 replies)
... I am concerned and wondering about the bone stimulator. Something sounds fishy. If your surgeon says you can't see the fusion in the xray, he's only telling part of the truth. Xrays do show fusion, as long as the hardware is not in the way of the xray views. ... (14 replies)
... I'm on my feet 8 hours per day, and the pain at the end of the day would be nearly unbearable. ... (9 replies)
... I have had bunion surgery on both feet. The doctors actually cut the tendons to release the pressure then fused the big toe bones. Also on the right foot the little toe was fused. tHEY ALSO PLACED A STEEL SCREW IN THE RIGHT BIG TOE. ... (61 replies)
... getting back to normal. Nearly every day now I do things without thinking too much about it, but I still get sore fairly quickly and am still regaining strength in my legs. It's amazing how quickly the body can lose muscle tone and strength when not active. ... (6 replies)
Bunions
Aug 30, 2003
... y there going to be,i guess im the unlucky one but as im here writing this iv just got in from a 6hr shift in shoes that i have to wear for work 4" courts and my feet feels ok apart from a bit of stinging from my callouse,ho well thats me done with im just running a bath so im off now good luck and chat soon frome eme . ... (5 replies)
... I agree with Loveoysters that your recovery will be faster and that you will have less damage to your ankle, calf, knee etc. Most likely you were born with flat feet and not likely that you acquired it 5 yrs ago unless you experienced a high fall which you certainly would have remembered. ... (12 replies)
... I recently, as in last September 2012, had a subtalar fusion done on my right ankle when the lower joint of my ankle developed arthritis in it from a previous surgery where my talus bone was also fused together after an auto accident in 2010. ... (0 replies)
Fusion question
May 13, 2005
... foot fused in 2 places. ... (6 replies)
... They had to cut those bones and realign them and put screws in to keep them secure. Apparently the bones on top of our feet don't have marrow, so they don't heal as quickly as the heel because it has marrow. I never knew that. ... (59 replies)
... Mush, sadly, I do remember your husband's story. While other broken bones don't come close to a fractured heel, your husband's is on the extreme of even that. ... (4 replies)
... My story is long but I'll try to shorten it. I have had my feet break 4 times in 5 years. Both times identical in both feet. Last time in the mid cuneiform bones. I was told this was unheard of. My dr did a lot to try non invasive procedures with no luck. ... (0 replies)
... Congratulations on having your bones fuse successfully! That's the first step. Which bones did you have fused? ... (10 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle fusion, arthritis, atrophy after bunion surgery, bunion surgery pain, bunion surgery recovery, calcaneus, feet pain, flat foot arch reconstruction surgery, foot problems, fracture, recovery expectation, subtalar, surgery, surgery recovery

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