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... Glad to hear that the surgery site is healing well. I had ankle surgery and know about how when you walk a different way to compensate what happens. ... (15 replies)
... or the past 3 weeks, to work on the range of motion in my toes. I imagine that the daily walking may have aggravated my problem. As I said, the surgery site is healing well.....it's just my improper walking that may have caused this setback. ... (15 replies)
... substitute! I didn't finish this past school year because of my hysterectomy and actually had to miss conducting my choir at graduation. That tore at me....but healing does take time. Speaking of which, my recovery from bunion surgery is going remarkably well... ... (37 replies)

... I was on crutches for about 3 weeks, but was able to do partial weight bearing which meant I could do some walking over short distances. Overall healing time depends.. ... (5 replies)
... ve me a walking boot and told me he didn't have to operate. I was worried since I had scheduled a bunionectomy for about 6 weeks after. Both this doctor and my bunion doctor told me that would not be a problem. ... (0 replies)
... At that time he said he will place a splint on the foot to keep the toe straight while the healing continues. The splint is removable, so YEA, I will be able to take a "real shower." We're getting there, girlfriends!!!! ... (9 replies)
Healing FOOTIES!
May 6, 2005
... and finally had the surgery done. The final straw was a business trip to Europe where I was walking on cobblestones and almost crippled from the pain. At the time of the neuroma surgery, I had the early bunion on my left foot. In 2001 I was diagnosed with breast cancer, had a mastectomy and chemo. ... (8 replies)
... Okay, I had decided to do one bunion surgery in June and the other foot next June as that is when I can get the most help... ... (12 replies)
... I am considering bunion surgery but have many questions... ... (11 replies)
... I assume by your question, that the big toe over time had pushed your toes over to the side and now you have a gap between the big and second toe. I had that happen, my Dr. ... (1 replies)
... That's wonderful. I also just had double bunion surgery (both feet) and my recovery this time around (had same procedure last January) has been far easier. All I can think is the technique of the surgeon has a lot to do with recovery. I also credit the fiberglass mini casts on my feet, as these protect my feet from accidental bumping and make sleeping much easier. Last time... (3 replies)
... I am 34 and had bunion surgery on my right foot 4 weeks ago on Tuesday. It was not casted, but wrapped and I use an orthopedic boot when getting around. ... (6 replies)
... shoe with velcro fasteners on for removal so I can bathe. I just would like to know if anyone else has been through similar circumstances and if this time I have more chance of my foot healing properly. I go back the hospital on Friday and probably have x.rays to see if it is healing this time. ... (19 replies)
Lapidus Procedure?
Oct 19, 2004
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Lapidus Procedure?
Aug 18, 2004
... The Lapidus procedure is one of the first described procedures for correction of Hallux valgus or bunion deformity. ... (6 replies)
... susieblueeyes........I totally understand your feelings on how some people think bunion surgery is 'no big deal'. I had someone tell me yesterday that they couldn't understand why I have been out of work for so long after a 'little toe surgery'. ... (23 replies)
... wow long post! i don't know if i can remember all the questions...but i'll try to answer at least some of them... about the pain/numbness - i too had this numbness on my big toe during the first few weeks at least...it kind of scared me a bit too, but my doc said the same thing yours did and it eventually went away gradually as i started walking on it more...this was the case... (2 replies)
... d, my orthopedist told me that I'd not have any feeling between the toes as the nerve would be removed, but that the surrounding nerves tend to "take over" after time and that some of the feeling might return. ... (2 replies)
Hi
Jun 2, 2004
... I am "on the cusp" between needing a more moderate procedure and a more agressive one, and supposedly if I wait I will need the more agressive one with longer healing time. So I'm going for it now. My doctor is very experienced and does about ten bunionectomies a month. ... (6 replies)
... weeks off work for bunion surgery is abnormal. ... (8 replies)




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