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... d from the rest of his foot. The emergency room doctor recommended an orthopedist who is giving him the choice of surgery with a pin to straighten the toe, or taping with the probability that the toe will remain crooked, though not so much. ... (2 replies)
... rays clearly showed the break, which has since started to heal but not in a straight line. I also have bad bunion issues, which may have stressed out the other toe bones and added to the fracture happening in the first place. ... (0 replies)
... do. I'm 63 and have been a very active person all my life. I'm not sure what happened. I don't have osteoporosis, but I'm sure my bones are getting old. My big toe was causing a dislocation of the 2nd toe. Bunion surgery in my late 40's was probably botched up, in fact I know it was. ... (162 replies)

... rays just to be sure I had not broken the pin. She said that having a bit of oozing around the toe joint is normal due to movement in that area, however, there are a couple of other areas that aren't drying up. I will email her just to be sure. ... (3 replies)
... and a pin put through the whole foot to hold it together as it healed. ... (7 replies)
... At first I thought life was over because it was terrible, I had throbbing and pin like sensations in my feet all day and night. ... (9 replies)
... What was the pain like for you? There are so many kinds of bunion surgery. I'm most interested in hearing what the other orthopedists say next week in terms of that. The first guy, a podiatrist, recommends Bunion Lapidus surgery, which involves screws. I have other ankle issues from an ankle fusion, so I'm wanting to be very careful about what the next steps look like.... (15 replies)
... As far as I know i had a bunionectomy I also had a pie wedge of bone removed from my big toe to straighten it Therefore I had a pin in my toe and a absorbable pin in my foot where he removed the bunion. My dr told me the recovery is as if you have broken bones in your foot. ... (15 replies)
... t option. It can affect how you walk on that foot as the sesamoids are located within the tendon and act in a pulley type fashion when you go to push off on the toe to move yourself forward when you walk. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all! Two weeks into recovery from surgery. ... (1 replies)
... it is time to address the issue. It is by no means anything like having a small bone spur removed. A bunionectomy will shave the bump, but also your bone will be broken and a section removed and either pinned or screwed. Recovery can be hard and long... ... (6 replies)
... Based on my reading, it is apparent that the bone will be broken and set with either a pin or screw. ... (3 replies)
... eeded a Lapidus procedure which involves cutting the 1st metatarsal bone, straightening it and fusing the joint with 2 screws. Then it's basically treated like a broken foot until you heal. ... (8 replies)
... or shaved a bit and you either have a foreign object such as the screw or pin inside your foot. ... (63 replies)
... der the other toes. but since i've had bunions nearly my whole life, i had a complex bunionectomy due to the extensive tendon and ligament growth pulling my big toe laterally. ... (94 replies)
Bunion surgery
Oct 30, 2002
... I had my left bone broken and screwed and big toe broken with a pin inserted and some sort of lengthening thing inserted. ... (2 replies)




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