... I had my left bunion removed 25 years ago and had the right one done 5 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... A chiropractor I used to go to told me that he has a colleague who knows how to make bunions smaller just by adjusting your feet. He said that he has seen results. ... (7 replies)
... My bunnion hammertoe surgery was August 12th. I had virtually no pain from the surgery, and thank God for an appliance called a "Knee Walker". I was not weight bearing for 3 weeks and my foot was always up and outta the way.
A Knee Walker is like a scooter on steroids - - trememdious help.
I'm still experiencing some swelling, apparently taking it easy isn't in my... (4 replies)
... ce or run and hike and can't anymore, when before,e ven with screwed up feet they could. If I don't walk or bike I get depressed. And I can do that now if I wear bunion pads and very wide shoes. ... (14 replies)
... a kind of poll on how those of you who had surgery for a problem similair to mine fared after surgery. About four years ago my right toe which always had a small bunion turned into a big bunion. The big toe then begin to move over toward the second toe. ... (14 replies)
... I have a fairly large bunion on my left foot and my toes are starting to be crowded. The bunion hurts only occasionally, so the pain itself is not a big issue for now. ... (8 replies)
... I have bunions on both feet. The right one is not that bad, but my left bunion is large and sometimes it hurts. My toes on my left foot are crowded and it is getting worse than it used to be. I have not had a surgery for this. ... (8 replies)
... for my spine wasn't for me. Through walking, different therapies, and a wonderful chiropractor I avoided the surgery. Over the years I have experienced increasing pain in my feet from the bunions. ... (28 replies)
... No, Kinesiology is not chiropractor. As I may have said, he is someone who has studied body mechanics, but I am not too sure your insurance would cover that and that is something I had not thought about. I still have my doubts about that surgeon because I had HORRIBLE feet with bunions and hammer toes and they were as flat as a pancake before my surgery years ago. As time... (10 replies)
... I have is usually seen on people who have gotten bunion surgery. ... (10 replies)
... I have an elastogel brand ankle wrap, I bought it from my chiropractor's office long before my surgery, but if you search the web you can find one to be delivered right to your door. It is also microwaveable if at sometime you need heat. There are also other brands available that work similarly.
Another solution is that you can get a basic gel insert with neoprene or... (18 replies)
... sciatic nerve, you will most definitely feel it in your toes. Over the last month I have had terrible low back pain. I also had the throbbing in my big toe and bunion area. Once my chiropractor adjusted me and got me back in alignment, the throbbing stopped in my foot. ... (11 replies)
... ght it up to the doctor she kind of brushes it away as if that isn't possible. Yet it is exactly what I am feeling. She says the bone doesn't feel anything, my chiropractor says it feels everything. It is a sensation I can't seem to describe adequately enough... ... (207 replies)
... After having bunion surgery, I developed plantar faciitis in my other foot. I believe I overcompensated for the pain in the foot that was operated on. ... (1 replies)
... up, but determined that I will manage somehow, in large part due to the encouraging words from so many of you. My chiropractor recommended starting taking Arnica Montana a week before the surgery and a week after to help with the swelling and inflammation. ... (0 replies)
... Another thing is, my problem doesn't lie only with the bunion thing. What if I go for surgery and I still get the pain. So I'm still not sure about the surgery unless there's a surgeon that really knows my case. ... (5 replies)
... ld me that you might get the bunions genetically... he even told me that it can skip generations... Poor fitting shoes, tight shoes, high heel shoes can make the bunion worse! There are a lot of information on bunions on the internet. It sure is not an elderly thing, young people get it too. ... (4 replies)
... Also still have some swelling, although I had a "really" bad bunion so don't know if this is just the way it will be. Was wondering is massage therapy or chiropractor might help. Will talk to the Dr again next week. ... (7 replies)
... I'm working on getting some sort of downward movement in the toe joint that the bunion was on. It's just like yours, stiff as a board, with very little downward movement, and the sesamoids feel like the bunion moved to the bottom of my foot. ... (12 replies)
... I'm more than a decade older than you and have severe Type 2 diabetes, being treated for diabetic ulcers on my bunion calluses, afraid I wouldn't heal, but if I don't have the surgery the ulcers are likely to be chronic. ... (8 replies)