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... I was seriously under prepared for the bunion surgery that I had. ... (5 replies)
... Am getting around on crutches now, and will be doing so through my sixth week. Speak with your MD and get an honest timeline of your upcoming recuperation. Based on my own experience, I can't imagine being back on my feet without crutches 4 weeks post surgery. ... (5 replies)
... and Morton Neuroma's removed July 11. They are both on the left foot. My question is this. I'm putting in at my job to be out for 4 weeks. Is this enough time? ... (5 replies)

... I'm 9 weeks post surgery for bunion and morton nueroma. I don't know the medical terms of what was done, but a "V" was cut into the big toe joint and a permanent pin inserted for stability. ... (5 replies)
... op and about two weeks ago I didn't realize that I was favoring the outside of my foot when walking to avoid any pain. Big mistake. ... (0 replies)
... n regimen, so you need to find out what yours is as soon as possible. But you won't necessarily have to EVER use crutches. I had a double bunionectomy a year ago and was only NWB for two weeks and even during that time I could walk a short distance to go to the bathroom. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with the previous post. These are all questions that only your surgeon can answer. They all have their own protocols and he is the only one that knows exactly what he is going to do. Personally, I always ask these questions when I'm discussing the surgery with the doctor. ... (5 replies)
... You need to ask your surgeon. The neuroma removal doesn't require being NWB. The bunionectomy can be done several different ways and that will determine how long you are off your foot. From what I've read, I doubt you'll be back to normal routine in 4 weeks. Check with your doc... ... (5 replies)
... On May 20, I had a bunion removed from my right foot. There was bone taken off from the side and top of my toe. A dissolvable pin was put in. ... (0 replies)
... I have seen two podiatrists and one orthopedic surgeon. I have Morton's neuroma in both of my feet. I have had cortisone injections and wear custom orthotics. They are still painful and cause numbing in my toes. My right foot also has a bunion and hammertoe. ... (8 replies)
... I just checked his website, he is board certified for feet and ankles. ... (7 replies)
... I am seeing a sports medicine podiatrist, not sure if he is foot and ankle board certified, but I will check. He is very well known in the area for his good results with athletes, no idea if he does teams or dancers. ... (7 replies)
... I would rather see you with a sports med ortho who is foot and ankle board certified. This is going to be a lot of work and orthos have more training than pods. Is there a pro football or basketball team in your city? ... (7 replies)
... There is absolutely no reason to remove a screw for a bunion unless it is painful. ... (7 replies)
... For the bunionectomy , a small piece of wedge shaped bone will be removed from my toe, and my toe will be straightened, and held in place by a steel screw or pin. The screw or pin will be removed about 6 months later. ... (7 replies)
... then 9 weeks isn't unrealistic. I've had a neuroma removed and it was pretty simple. ... (7 replies)
... I have had foot pain for so long, that I don't know what it is to be without it. I am 60 yrs old, and in good health. I am a massage therapist and DH and i are avid cyclist. ... (7 replies)
Orthotics
Oct 18, 2007
... op from bunion and Morton Neuroma surgery. My Dr. said I will need orthotics, but can they get a good fit if the foot is still swollen? ... (3 replies)
... I had both of my surgeries August 15 and I am still recovering. I am walking around and have been wearing a tennis shoe several hours a day. I go back to work the 13th of this month. ... (4 replies)
... I began to walk in my trainers after three days, but only very slowly, carefully, with crutches and certainly not far. ... (125 replies)


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