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... yr old daughter is so torn. She has a bunion but was told she also has flat feet. The podiatrist says she should get the flat foot surgery because that's the cause of the bunion. I asked if she could just do the bunion but he says it's inevitable it will just come back. ... (4 replies)
... Insurance will cover the cost of foot surgery if it is not considered cosmetic. For example if you have a bunion and you don't like the looks of it and it doesn'tcause you any problems they will not cover the cost of it. ... (5 replies)
... Hi bflgs, Sorry to hear about your problems with the first surgery. I had bilateral bunion + hammertoe (2nd toe on each foot) surgery 2 months ago, and I'm glad that I had both of my feet done at the same time. The pain was really minimal and I could walk in surgical shoes the day of the surgery. The bandages were off in 10 days and I was in my gym shoes on that day,... (8 replies)

... I was wondering the same thing myself. I had Bunion surgery in August. I have have insurance but still had to pay what was not covered. ... (6 replies)
... onths to see a surgeon in the public system for a couple of minutes, and could get hardly any info out of him, it's like a circus there. I don't want to have any surgery done in the public system, not this kind of surgery, it will be done by a trainee, but I don't have insurance. ... (9 replies)
... g would ruin my life. I lost it, job, retirement, savings...all gone. I cant even afford to fight for disability with a takes years and cost a ton anymore. ... (28 replies)
... I got all prices ahead of time and asked about discounts. This was necessary because if I couldn't afford it wasn't getting done. I had a discount for the 2nd foot but also a discount for being self pay. I am confidant that you can get that amount reduced at least for some of it. ... (6 replies)
... foot surgery done this afternoon. ... (1 replies)
... I suppose every doctor has different scheduling procedures & longer or shorter waits between diagnosis & fitting you in for the actual surgery. Here's how mine worked: My bunion of 30 years or so started giving me trouble last summer & fall, so at my annual physical in early Nov, 2003, I mentioned it to my family dr. He referred me to his favorite podiatrist/foot surgeon... (2 replies)
... Where I live it is between $4,000 and $5,000 per foot. I had a double bunionectomy in January and it was a little over $8,500.00. (5 replies)
... as I was still standing upright. Whereas when I was in a bath tub, I can elevate my wrapped foot by resting it at the side of the bath tub. ... (41 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply. Could you pls tell me the name of the surgeon that you are going to go with and are you using insurance? sorry what does W0462 mean? :( (3 replies)
... I'm based in the UK and scheduled to have PTTD surgery next month. I did quite a lot of research before choosing my surgeon and I've selected the London Foot and Ankle Centre. ... (3 replies)
... ng and because of that you may have to wait a few more weeks until it goes down before you can begin physical therapy. But, I think PT is really important after bunion surgery. If I hadn't gone to physical therapy I would still have limited mobility in my foot. ... (5 replies)
... p. There is nothing wrong with you trying to get the best care possible and to get another opinion to verify you are or aren't getting the proper care. This will cost you a few dollars but if you don't address it now, it may cost you more in the long run. ... (6 replies)
... do following suture removal I did and had to be nwb for a week. I had osteotomy on both sides of the right foot with pins. I was walking in a surgical shoe, on the heel, right away, but only for the necessities. I was so ready for more mobility, but my eagerness cost me. ... (50 replies)
... I just had my screw removed from my foot 2 years after my bunion surgery. I was still experiencing some swelling and mild pain which may or may not have been caused by the screw. ... (4 replies)
... on one foot and bunion on the other. I need to go for surgery for both. ... (12 replies)
... o you for awhile now, but anyways, here I am. As far as choosing between a podiatrist and orthopedic surgeon, I would say an ortho and one who specializes in the foot and ankle. That is just my opinion. ... (9 replies)
... I had the same issue with my dog and I got one of those retractable leashes that are about 15 feet long. I have steps,too, so it worked great. You can hold the button to keep it from retracting too much if necessary. She would go do her business then run back up the steps. I would really suggest renting a wheelchair. I don't know what the cost is in your area but mine... (21 replies)

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