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... I've been lurking and reading through past posts of others' experiences and am here to post with my question. So hello fellow bunion surgery survivors! ... (1 replies)
... healed. I have almost no range of motion in my big toe. I really need to work on it but it is hard and I don't see much progress even after physical therapy 2X per wk. ... (50 replies)
Bunion and 2nd toe
Jun 24, 2008
... oppy toe. My second toe doesn't bend, either because of scar tissue or it was fused, I'm not sure. And at first it was elevated off the ground a little bit but after physical therapy and massaging the scar tissue around the toe it now rests on the ground like it should. ... (5 replies)

... My question is about how long does physical therapy usually last? ... (4 replies)
... I'm officially finished with physical therapy for my bunion surgeries! ... (4 replies)
... Is it a standard practice that most people have physical therapy after bunion surgery? ... (3 replies)
... Everything looks like it's healing well thankfully! So the doc recommended I start 4 weeks of physical therapy. ... (3 replies)
... one small bone in my foot. I am only 51. I did not have any problems with my surgery for my left ankle 10 years ago, however I did have physical therapy for my left ankle after surgery. With my right ankle I did not receive therapy as I needed to go back to work faster than my surgeon wanted me to. ... (0 replies)
... afraid of the pain from pt on my right foot so I do not have full range of motion in my right big toe because I didn't push through the pain. I can tell you that after only 7 days I've got much better movement in my big toe and can push it further before feeling pain than I could 7 days ago. ... (2 replies)
... I had bunion and hammertoe surgery April 7th. My toes are straight and even but at fourteen weeks post op there is numbness and stiffness which I hope physical therapy will help. There are always going to be issues after surgery that will take time to work out. ... (7 replies)
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... I basically lived in a narcotic induced sleep haze for a few days, because I had literally had nothing else to do except for watch day time TV which was torture after two days. Sleep sounded great! ... (10 replies)
... Hi..please I need someone to help me out!! I had bunion surgery 5 months ago, i was NWB for 2 mnths, after that the doc said to start walking with sneakers. ... (1 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on Dec 28, 2012 and am still experiencing things like swelling and numbness. It was horrible at first, but now not so much. ... (4 replies)
... I had bunion surgery 9 weeks ago. Although I think I'm healing well, I've had issues with swelling and numbness around the big toe and right side of my foot. ... (9 replies)
... The coldness may be due to the clotting of the blood due to less activity. Exercises can be done only after the foot gets healed. You can start with the manipulation exercises which will help in the movement of the toes. ... (19 replies)
... I ended up going back to the doctor's office to start PT. When the physical therapist felt my foot and leg, she said, "Oh my gosh...your foot and leg are freezing". ... (19 replies)
... It just seems like there has been no information from the doctor concerning rehab after surgery, or just how long and involved the healing process would be. I wasn't told anything other than what to do the first 48 hours. ... (19 replies)
... I'm 3 weeks post bunion osteotomy and tailors bunion ostotomy on left foot. ... (19 replies)
... op from having 4 hammertoes removed and a tailor's bunion broken and reset. It's been a pretty long and arduous six weeks but I'm getting through. ... (1 replies)

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