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... Shoe inserts are the WORST things for you because they weaken the strength you should have in your legs from the hips on down and I speak from experience. I had such flat feet the one of them rolled in and I also had horrible bunions. ... (5 replies)
... I've gone to that clinic in the past for other things and also know them from tennis. ... (32 replies)
... hat is what I had done. I have since learned that neuromas do not always have to be operated on because they are nothing but a pinched nerve. I know I got mine from tennis. If you are in southern California I know of someone who may help. ... (5 replies)

... After many years of pain from my bunions decided to get them fixed. I was terrified after reading all the posts. I found a Dr. ... (8 replies)
... For me, most of the discomfort is from the big toe being restored to its rightful place atop of the sesamoids, and from tight ligaments. I had bone spurs on the top of the big toe joint prior to surgery, and I had been walking flat footed for a long time. ... (21 replies)
Bunion surgery
Feb 2, 2012
... Well, withut knowing what exact procedure you had, it's very hard to say where you should be at this point. From your description of a bump on top the toe joint and pain in certain shoes it would seem that you didn't have a true bunion but rather a bump caused by hallux limitus (aka turf toe, runner's toe, tennis toe ) and very common in women who wear high heels. The... (2 replies)
... and rubs on my tennis shoe! ... (9 replies)
... runners would be good because they get a condition called runner's toe which is also called turf toe and tennis toe. It is hallux limitus which can become hallux rigidus. ... (5 replies)
... i am now going to an orthopedic surgeon who should of been the type of doctor who did my first surgery!! so now i will have a metal plate and pins and a tendon from my inner thigh will be put in where there is bone against bone in my big toe!! what a nightmare!!!!!!! i will be out estimated time is july 17,2011. ... (4 replies)
... weeks ago. I wore a surgical sandal for 3 weeks and was on crutches for the first 2 weeks. Three weeks postop, I had my dressing removed, and I could wear a tennis shoe or sandal. ... (3 replies)
... My chevron bunion surgery was May 28th and I had the exact same thing as you describe. The first five days were bad, pain, tingling, weird painful muscle spasms. ... (3 replies)
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... Write any time and ask me anything. I'm here to help in any way from my past experience. ... (5 replies)
... op. Just when I was getting better and into tennis shoes and doing some walking, I suddenly developed this excruiciating pain in the ball of my foot. ... (5 replies)
... With regard to your second toe. Someone who had hammertoe surgery done can probably give you a better answer. But from what I know, there is still swelling on the ball, and you haven't used or moved that toe in what...2 months? ... (18 replies)
... pulled and unscrewed three days ago. I am now back in regular tennis shoes, awaiting the creation of my foot orthotic that I will insert in my shoe. ... (50 replies)
... My bunion surgery was on Dec, 5, 2008, and I too still have pain and swelling, mainly swelling. My toes look like little vienna sausages. ... (18 replies)
... Wondering if I should have both feet done at once and get it over with. I can take a week of vacation but then will need to get back to work....can work from home for a few more days. ... (1 replies)
... least worked. i now can wear cuter shoes with a 2 and a half in. heel. they cant be very pointy because my fused toe sticks up about 10 degrees. i am back to tennis playing doubles and i can ski. i work out all the time. the only hard thing from this surgery is summer shoes. ... (20 replies)
... surgery pain. My mother had bunions, and had bunionectomies when she was 44 and 50. She played tennis into her late 60's. I used her recovery and subsequent return to an active life as my inspiration. ... (24 replies)

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