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... I had a bunionectomy and neuroma removal and the same time. ... (8 replies)
... You might check with the SU athletic dept for who they use and get a second opinion. Neuromas are common in athletes. ... (8 replies)
... I am going for an ultrasound on Monday. All my other tests (nerve conduction and CT scan) were normal. Hopefully, the doctor can determine the source of the pain on the ball of the foot. (8 replies)

... If the foot doesn't hurt when squeezed and the pain is all over the ball instead of one sharp pain in one place, then it's not a neuroma. What large city are you near? ... (8 replies)
... squeezed my foot, but received no pain response from me. The pain seems withspread on ball of foot. I can't stand for any length of time or walk. I do have a bunion also. ... (8 replies)
... Is the pain between your 3rd and 4th toes on the ball of your foot? ... (8 replies)
... there is no pain. Did nerve conduction test and that was normal. ... (8 replies)
... Anyone have neuroma and bunion removal at same time? ... (8 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)
... Hello to all those who have gone before me. Well, I guess that I'm the wimp on the board, but this hurts so much more than I expected and I've been sick from the anesthesia and the percocet.Need reminders that the pain eases up. ... (26 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)
... advised me to have the nerve decompression. I did everything else to avoid surgery including cortisone shots, PT, orthotics. She opted for this surgery over the removal of the neuroma because it was less invasive. If I had known them what I know now I would have most likely just done the surgery. ... (10 replies)
... A little more clarification, please. Is your biggest concern recovery from the neuroma removal or the bunionectomy? ... (7 replies)
... in my rotator cuff. And yes that was in March! I now have more movement of my ankle and toes but I can still feel some stiffness of some ligaments in the ankle on certain exercises he has me doing. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this particular board but having had surgery for my neuroma in 04' my surgeon also said what they all seem to be saying, "That's the biggest one I've seen!. ... (25 replies)
... hopefully it may help with bunion surgery too? ... (15 replies)
... As for injections for the neuroma, cortizone ones will not kill it. Alcohol injections can be successful for some. Typically though, removal is the usual "final cure. ... (2 replies)
... Syracuse, New York (8 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)
... I'll also be on my feet for 8 hours a day. Also, When I get home from the surgery will I only be able to go to the bathroom and back on the crutches? ... (5 replies)




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