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... I had hallux limitus and a dorsal bunion + arthritis. I put off having surgery as long as I could, in part because of the horror stories I heard. I tried taping, othotics, rocker shoes, etc. Now I wish I would have had the surgery 5 years ago. I was exactly like you, watching from the sidelines because my stupid toe would not bend. I saw 3 doctors who had 3 opinions in... (24 replies)
... My advice to you is to do everything possible to delay surgery as long as possible. I had bunion surgery last week and the recovery is NOT FUN, despite how "minor" the podiatrist indicated it would be. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, it is wonderful tha you will have help from your family because you will need it the first few weeks. I also had a lot of work done and was very anxious before surgery, more about recovery rather than surgery. I had a repair for a Peroneal tendon tear, posterior tibial tendon replaced, (tendons were taken from all four of my small toes), arthritis scraped from top of... (5 replies)

... of my surgery or the terms used but I broke my foot 28 years ago at age 23. It healed after some weeks and I was back to normal. Now I've developed pretty sever arthritis in the foot so had surgery last week to fuse the bones on the top of my foot together, which included using some cadaver bone and injecting my own bone marrow? ... (4 replies)
Bunion recurrence
Mar 31, 2014
... e joints and given insoles for my shoes. Second visit a tendon problem. Third visit a neuroma between my first and second metatarsal and fourth visit neuroma a arthritis in my big toe joint. ... (5 replies)
Bunion recurrence
Mar 31, 2014
... surgery. I could still see the bunion after healing, but the original pain was gone, but I had new aches, I thought they were normal. ... (5 replies)
... To make a long story short I have mild arthritis in my right big toe and a little bunion because of it. ... (2 replies)
... Hello I had a foot and anle surgeon in Boston i would not doubt i had enough cartalidge sinde i have Rheumatoid arthritis they did a sodt tiissue proxedure where they just shaved the bunion then they lightened and loosened tendons and ligaments to repostion my toe ! ... (6 replies)
... ticularly my surgical sights. I've also had another surgery since then to remove a clump of scar tissue. I think the surgery gave me pain relief from the tailors bunion but I think now I have arthritis from it. ... (4 replies)
... se up on the balls of my feet. She said that the left calf had little muscle tone due to my walking flat footed because I cannot flex the big toe because of the arthritis compounding the bunion on my left foot. In other words, I haven't been able to roll off my toes for quite some time on the "bad" foot. ... (11 replies)
Bunion Deja Vu
Jul 7, 2012
... I have started the countdown to bunion surgery. The surgery will be on Friday the 13th, and luckily I'm not superstitious. ... (0 replies)
... Such surgical repairs are not always permanent. Other issues can arise down the road. I'd get them checked out as you could have developed arthritis in the joints resulting in hallux limitus or rigidus or sesamoiditis or any number of other things. Find a good ortho who is foot and ankle board certified. ... (1 replies)
... I am so sad the Doctor only wanted to make money and did not tell me anything about arthritis and all the complications. ... (3 replies)
... ry experienced with bunionectomies. I chose them because they went to good schools and had no sanctions. I am beginning to ask around, but friends who have had bunion surgery don't seem to have had Hallux Rigidus...so... hopefully I can get some insight from someone who has a similar problem. ... (5 replies)
... JUST found out that it is due to arthritis caused by a raised first metatarsal bone. I need a Lapidus procedure to lower the first metatarsal. ... (24 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on my right foot 3 weeks ago. I am in so much pain still. I have a full cast almost up to my knee and no movement in my big toe. I can't move it at all. ... (24 replies)
... I am 4 weeks post op...had a procedure called a Keller arthroplasty for bone spurs and arthritis of the big toe, and have just begun some manual exercises. ... (0 replies)
... Oh my gosh...im around 12 weeks post op and boy does it still hurt at the joint when walkng. I am doing to exercises now and again ...not sure if they are doing much. I can only wal really eally short distances. Im very flat footed so i suppose that doesnt work. But i am having real struggle tring to find a pair of trainers. What exactly are tennis shoes and who makes them and... (8 replies)
... Oh my goodness ~ you must really be hurting. I had no idea all of this could happen. I did have 3 pins put in but had to have 2 taken out because they were so uncomfortable. My life is sedentary as well - my foot hurts to much to exercise in a tennis shoe - can't really exercise in my Naot shoes or Merrill sandals. I try to walk by parking farther away or walking the... (8 replies)
... But my podiatrist advised me that I should have the surgery done in order to avoid the problem getting worse and perhaps having arthritis complications as I got older. I remember specifically asking him if I would be able to wear high heels again and his response was "well that's the point. ... (24 replies)


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