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... Has anyone had a bunion form on only one foot? ... (4 replies)
... Glad one foot is down and am looking forward to recovering and being back on my feet! ... (4 replies)
... Hi there. I got both done at the same time. Since doing that, I have discovered this board and found out many more things about bunion surgery than I knew before I had my surgery. ... (12 replies)

... I had hammertoe and bunion surgery with a lot of other surgeries on one foot about 20 months ago. I am suppose to have hammertoe and bunion surgery on my other foot. I am not having a lot of problems out of the foot I had surgery on in the toe or bunion area. ... (7 replies)
... Hi...I need surgery on both feet..one foot at a time..I need all my hammer toes fixed and bunions. I'm 36 and my Dr said I'm the youngest he's seen with feet this bad. ... (7 replies)
... I have a bunion that decided to grow back... ... (0 replies)
... I had bunion surgery several years ago and hammertoes were done also. One foot done at a time. There was no pain and no problem post surgery. I used crutches for awhile till I could put all the weight on the operated foot. ... (4 replies)
Bunion recurrence
Mar 31, 2014
... flat feet and you will see that I have been this route and how I am now being helped with NO surgery or orthotics. My feet were as crooked as a politician's at one time and I now have nice arches. Yes, my bunion on one foot was coming back as you will read. ... (5 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on both feet as well as hammer toes fixed a a good twenty years ago and a couple of years ago, I noticed one foot was going back to where it was before the surgery. I also thought I had been born with flat feet and weak ankles because good feet do not run in my family. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, Grandma. At 61 I had PTTD surgery on one foot (needing it for both) and would definitely NOT recommend doing both simultaneously. You would be totally helpless from a mobility standpoint. That said, it has been a long recovery. I am almost 2 years out and still having some "minor" (relatively speaking) issues. Ex-dancer was spot on about uneven surfaces. And,... (13 replies)
... octors that do work on the Seahawks, and other sports related injuries. I also talked to some people in the local running shoe store and it all lead back to the one Foot and Ankle Associates where I found my OS. ... (4 replies)
... They've been bothering me for about a year, so I finally met with my foot surgeon last month and he agreed it was time to take them out. He normally leaves them in, but if they are bothersome for any reason, he will remove them. ... (9 replies)
... Hello, brand new here..26 yrs old..5 days ago I had foot surgery. Chevron, and tailors bunions both removed. ... (2 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 21, 2013
... my 2nd toes overlapped my large toes. One foot was worse than the other. ... (6 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 20, 2013
... ow now, I would NEVER have let the orthopedic man cut into me. I also had hammer toes and wore inserts in my shoes, which did nothing but cause more damage. My bunion in one foot started to return and I could see that the toes were going to cross and also become hammer toes again. ... (6 replies)
... m 15 weeks post bilateral bunionectomy. I still have some swelling, not in my big toe but in the joints where the bunions were. I still have some numbness in the one foot that was worse. ... (9 replies)
... for the next three weeks and then transitioned into athletic shoes. My situation is different than your typical one foot surgery, you may leave with a cast or cam boot. That would be a good question to ask the doctor. ... (23 replies)
... All the surgeons who operated on me where board certified. Surgery has no guarantee. A foot and ankle OS that I went to told me that it is impossible to predict who will do good or bad with the surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I had the same surgery on one foot with "permanent" screws. Turned out that my body could not tolerate the screws and I just had a second surgery to have the screws removed. ... (8 replies)
... down time is 6 weeks PER FOOT with pins, which means 12 weeks of down time. I am a VERY physically active female in mid 40's. ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: bunion, bunion surgery, bunionectomy post-op, crutches, foot issues, hardware removal, mortonís neuroma, pttd, screw removal

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