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... top podiatrist with minimal incision technique and the fact that bunions and foot problems which I told him about run on my mom's side of the family. I started developing bunions at the age of 12 or so if you can believe it. I also have a wide foot that flattens and becomes wider when I stand. ... (8 replies)
... I just had a a fasciatomy, and sounds a lot like what you are going through. ... (7 replies)
... Okay so I had bunion surgery on my right foot during May of 2010, it is now July 2010. ... (4 replies)

Bunion Help!!
Aug 10, 2006
... its bad luck that you are developing a bunion an it is affecting you so much. ... (4 replies)
... Of course, I just found out I have flat feet too, whereas all my life I assumed I had a normal arch. How long was your recovery period? ... (8 replies)
... A year after that my little toes were developing corns between them and 4th toes, so the second and third surgeries were to remove the joints in the little toes. ... (0 replies)
Cheilectomy fail
Aug 5, 2013
... My foot is also developing quite a bunion and well, that just adds insult to injury. ... (8 replies)
... ry done on my left foot 2 days ago. I am amazed at how pain free it is and easy to deal with. I'm icing it, keeping it elevated, not putting weight on it, etc. I just noticed that even though I'm keeping up on my pain pills at the exact same rate, I "feel" more aware of my foot. It is a little sore, but not really painful. ... (1 replies)
... I am frustrated and am in hopes that somebody may have possibly have an answer to a foot issue that I cannot seem to get rid of. About 3 years ago I had a bunion surgery. A couple of weeks after the surgery I started developing a pinching burning pain between the 3rd and 4th toe. ... (3 replies)
Apr 25, 2009
... I know your story well. I too had a cheilectomy/osteotomy 2 plus years ago and lived with miserable pain for two more years before firing my pod and seeking out an ortho surgeon that is a foot specialist. I had a fusion on that foot 12 weeks ago and was told with stage 3 or 4 hallux ridgidus and cheilectomy is a waste of time and energy. I'm confident this will be the... (18 replies)
Apr 25, 2009
... within 2 months of having the stupid cheilectomy...I could swear I saw a protrusion coming from the side of the big toe joint. I kept telling myself that it was just swelling still from the surgery, but it's only gotten worse. ... (18 replies)
... I bet you thought I was gone for good! I've been reading the posts and keeping up with everyone's progress as best as possible, I'm just REALLY busy right now. This week is Spring Break, so I'm hoping to be able to breath a little. ... (155 replies)
... st a pound! LOL I have gained more muscle though since I mostly do weights...and my pants are much looser and my stomach I can almost see a 6 pack! Yaay! That just goes to show that you shouldn't judge yourself by your weight so much as your measurements, because although I haven't lost weight, I've lost inches. ... (155 replies)
... and just had my visit with my podiatrist today.Whew! ... (19 replies)
... probably contributed to me developing bunions and then of course, once I had bunions, the discrepancy became even worse and my feet were extremely sensitive to anything remotely uncomfortable. ... (2 replies)
... s moving fairly well, all things considered. My OS sent me to physical therapy with iontophoresis...he said no one really knows why, but the ionto will break up developing scar tissue. my health insurance paid for the PT, paid for the ionto...and after the 8 PT visits my ins. ... (5 replies)
... That was back in April. But in the past couple of weeks I noticed that the joint is starting to stick out just a bit compared to my right foot. I'm sure it wasn't like that before. ... (1 replies)
... I wonder if your chances are greater of having arthritis with a bunionectomy or if the chances are greater leaving the bunion alone and letting it get worse and worse over the years and probably developing arthritis anyways? ... (2 replies)
... disposed to bunions start wearing heels it just accelerates the process... ... (19 replies)
... irst off, I want to say how much I've learned from hanging out here, and I thank you all. This board has been a great resource for me as I've prepared for my 3rd bunion surgery. Yes, I have only two feet, but they both have to be redone. ... (19 replies)

Associated Tags: cheilectomy, foot, foot issues, foot pain, hallux limitus/rigidus, nerve pain, neuromas, toe pain

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