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... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... You said, " have been walking them but of course doing it on my heels everytime. I've actually gotten fairly proficient at that as retarded as I'm sure I look doing it!! Today I made sure to go heel toe with each step "... ... (32 replies)
... with it completely shaved and repositioned with an absorbable screw. Also had my tailor bunion shaved. I took pain meds every 4 hours from Friday til Monday and stopped. ... (30 replies)

... motion and for protection of your foot. You can google a Jones compression cast for an example. ... (3 replies)
... Hi I had my bunion remove on my left foot sept. ... (2 replies)
... Unlike many others I found my bunion surgery to be relatively painless. My mom went home yesterday so its just me and my 15 year old son again. ... (11 replies)
... I am new on here, I actually just Googled about things to help with flexibility after bunion surgery and found this thread. I currently am 22 years old and had my bunion surgery over a year ago to be exact June 16, 2010. It went TERRIBLE. ... (24 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, thanks for your reply! It is always nice to hear from people from the other side of the world of their bunion healing experience. ... (41 replies)
... I'm sorry I didn't explain myself, a "thread" is like the main title to a series of posts that people write in to At the main page of healthboards. ... (90 replies)
... Dbgoalie, I am no cast whatsoever, just the Velcro shoe. I find it a bit painful on the ball of the foot when I put fall weight or walk on it, perhaps I have the same problem as Debbie. ... (240 replies)
... I have tried to put my foot into a shoe just to see what it feels like, and I can't, it's too painful. I can get the foot in there, but the pressure on my foot and the uncomfortable position my toe is in makes me take it right off. So for now, I can walk with the air cast and need to take it slow. ... (240 replies)
... That is a debatable issue. ... (17 replies)
... What kind of cast did you get? ... (19 replies)
... The thing about these boards, whether it's sharing how happy we are with our new feet, or venting about trying to get into the bathtub or go up steps on crutches, is that there are others who are experiencing exactly the same thing. Where else can we vent with so much detail? ... (12 replies)
... op for bunion surgery on my left foot, and I have lots of questions that I'm hoping somebody can answer. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry! didn't mean to post this without a reply but I was at work and had to sign off rather quickly!! ... (3 replies)
... My surgery history is long. In October 2001, I had bilateral bunion surgery performed by a podiatrist. The bunions came back within a year. ... (15 replies)
... Seems that each doctor does what he thinks best. As for cooking meals...I have not fixed even one since my surgery 3 weeks ago. Cooking and crutches don't mix at all. I am back to working full time (only had 2 1/2 days off). When I come home, I am exhausted. (10 replies)
... I don't think my dear husband gets this surgery. I don't have it til Dec 31 but I told him from what I have read I doubt I will be cooking or doing much else for a little while anyway. He thinks I should be up and going and doing things in maybe a week. ... (10 replies)
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Sep 10, 2003
... I had a bunion and nerve tumor removed from my right foot and a cortisone shot in my left heel for a spur. My bone was shaved on the side and top and had an absorbable pin placed in my big toe. Was in a walking cast for three weeks. ... (2 replies)

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