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... hammertoe surgery the 1st of year with an orthopedic surgeon. ... (8 replies)
... using the Scarf Akin procedure. I have read so many stories that put fear into me while I was waiting for my surgery that I thought I would post what, to date, has been a positive experience. ... (2 replies)
... The recovery really depends on the type of procedure you have. For example, a Chevron is usually be faster than a Scarf which in turns is faster than a Lapidus. ... (1 replies)

... ador who I need to make some plans to get walked while I am recoverinig. While I was walking her this morning I couldn't help but start wondering how long after surgery it would be before I could walk her again on an average 45 minute walk? ... (1 replies)
... u that progress is slow and just takes time. Also, that we have to just hang in there and be patient. I had been feeling isolated in this unique "hell" that is bunion surgery recovery. I've been working so hard to maintain a stiff upper lip. It can feel pretty lonely. ... (9 replies)
... Unless your doctor says you need to be in a cast or walking boot, you should not need a wheelchair unless you want it for getting around outside. I had both feet done at once and was loaned a motorized chair which I used as my own personal mini-car to go places that were too far for me to walk. It was convenient, but not necessary. I could walk to the bathroom from Day One,... (7 replies)
... all done in a short visit at my regular doctor's office. Since you hate hospitals and procedures so much, having the double surgery will make it so you only have to go through the things that scare you one time. ... (17 replies)
... I had a (double) bunionectomy in May. I felt like my recovery went very well (No cast or crutches, a bit of walking after a week, more and more after the second week), but I would have found it really hard to return to work in only eleven days. Aside from discomfort and the need for elevating the foot, I found that I was very tired-- I think the healing process takes energy.... (5 replies)
... ld and I have a scheduled bunionectomy for my right foot on Jan 26th. My lovely little pain lumps come from my Momma and I have them on both feet. I cannot get a double surgery done because I have stairs at home and at work and do not have the time available to take off for that amount of recovery. ... (27 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on both feet at the same time 14 months ago and have no regrets. Bunion surgery takes a long process to return to normal. ... (3 replies)
... At the very least you need to spend 4 weeks off of your feet. I had my surgery (double bunionectomy) in January and I still have mild pain and tenderness at times. If you push yourself, it will only take longer to heal. (4 replies)
... I think you are expecting a lot early in your recovery!! I'm almost a year post op and I can't do a single heel raise and I am where you at with impact. I can do double leg jumping but not single. I also had post tib repair med calc cotton graft and bunion realignment surgery. ... (1 replies)
... and that is why I developed the keloid. At that appointment he said that he way over corrected my heel and lengthened my foot way too much and when he fixed my bunion he fused my first metatarsal way too low. He said that I could do a revision, but with that comes possible complications of more nerve damage. ... (6 replies)
... I think it depends on your actual procedures. There are many ways to correct a bunion and every surgeon has his own ideas and preferences. Best bet is to ask your doctor. Some want you to be non weight bearing for a long time, like mine. ... (1 replies)
... I know what you mean. My left foot is flat, has a bunion and 4 hammer toes but it does not bother me so I am hoping I can get by without having that foot fixed. I am wearing orthoctics and good supportive shoes. ... (1 replies)
... im 6 1/2 weeks post bunionectomy (lateral and medial) double osteotomy - 1 screw on medial and 6 on lateral - heaing great - at 3 1/2 weeks i was in a shoe - i can do just about anything with minimal soreness - today i went for final visit only to find one screw of the 6 is forcing its way out - not happy - we have to wait and see if it pushes itself out to determine best... (4 replies)
Bunion elevation
Dec 9, 2012
... Sounds odd to me, unless you are in an anti-gravity atmosphere :-). Double check, but ice and elevation is the gold standard protocol for feet/ankle surgery. Good luck with your recovery! (7 replies)
... Just wondering if you finally got your surgery done and if so how it went? ... (3 replies)
... Hey there, thank you so much for your positive post about your double bunionectomy! I'm due to have mine one week from today and have been freaking out slightly from all the research I have been doing on other people's experiences. ... (2 replies)
... I think I'm happy enough to have them done at the same time. It's not ideal but it's preferable to going back at a later time and having another period of recovery to get through. ... (3 replies)

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