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... Do some research into your medical condition and which shoes would help your condition. I'm sure any type of orthotic or special orthopedic shoes would be more expensive than traditional shoes. But, it would be well worth it if your condition is kept at bay or relieved. ... (3 replies)
... Aloha bunion sufferers! ... (4 replies)
... surgery and it's doing fantastic!!! I stayed in tennis shoes with that orthotic most of the time during the 7 months. I wore a very modified suede wedge for business dress when I had to for sales calls and such! ... (5 replies)

... Janesfoot, your story is similar to mine, though I did not have bunion surgery. I thought I was growing a bunion as per the family tradition. The first podiatrist I saw knew my mother and grandmother and said we all have the same feet......just different generations. ... (4 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)
... I will be going for bunion surgery next week.. I intend to get orthotic shoes after i have recovered. ... (4 replies)
... that they were horrible and not protecting my foot at all. he showed me his type of orthotic which i have never seen before and has the perfectly rounded section which is meant to relieve the pressure of bones on the neuroma. ... (20 replies)
... y NWB a few days and started heel walking in a surgical boot almost immediately. I have been in that the whole time though. I will be back in a regular shoe with orthotic next week. I did have two metatarsals shortened which is why my recovery is longer than less invasive surgeries. ... (23 replies)
... day basis so he could send it in with the mold. Unfortunately they did not help much, but I'm hopeful that after I have my bunion surgery, I can use them more frequently. ... (5 replies)
Bunion Help!!
Aug 10, 2006
... its bad luck that you are developing a bunion an it is affecting you so much. ... (4 replies)
... s, but the good ones really make a difference in how long you can walk or even stand in shoes. I've learned and am just letting people know go to a professional orthotic maker that puts you through the tests and soft and hard molds and observes your gait and looks at the wear in your shoes and even callouses. Good Luck! ... (5 replies)
... For 20 years before I got the corrective surgery, I dealt with bunion pain with wearing soft shoes, staying off of my feet, wearing a toe divider, putting padding over my bunion and hammer toes, and soaking them and warm water. ... (4 replies)
Orthotic question
Mar 27, 2006
... Well apparently plantar fascitis is a reason that warrants orthotics..not bunion surgery. Its amazing that insurance companys decide what we need and dont need.. ... (13 replies)
Orthotic question
Mar 23, 2006
... told the insurance it was for plantar fasciitis. You wouldn't be getting orthotics specifically for bunion surgery, but for a condition. ... (13 replies)
Orthotic question
Mar 23, 2006
... s told by my insurance company they were covered and told by the receptionist in the doctors office that my insurance only covered them for certain diagnosis and bunion surgery is not 1 of them. ... (13 replies)
... My doc did not put me on crutches or make me use a wheelchair. I am just wrapped in LOTS of guaze and an ace bandage and wearing the lovely and fashionable orthotic shoe. I have had it rewrapped twice now and have another appt. on Wednesday. ... (27 replies)
... One more thing, at that same appointment, the "girl" brought in an orthotic. ONE orthotic. I said where is the other, she said, I don't know. I said to her, what the HECK am I going to do with one orthotic? Any body with a brain knows you need two. That would be one for the left and one for the right. JEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZ (32 replies)
... rays. She also casted me for orthotic inserts, which should be done in 3 weeks or so. ... (8 replies)
... Maybe you can get some sort of orthotic to help your balance and yet help you walk. ... (4 replies)
... weeks off work for bunion surgery is abnormal. ... (8 replies)

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