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... in the toe which would correct the angle, but which would not need a screw or stitches. The break would be held in place with bandages. He also would remove the bunion and cut the tendons to keep proper alignment of the toe. ... (8 replies)
... m brand new on this forum, and was thrilled to discover it this morning! I also am trying to decide whether to have bunion surgery. ... (6 replies)
... after bunion surgery to avoid recurrence... and for how many years... if it's failed, or if it's worked? ... (5 replies)

... it to get used to but really helped my feet and my hammertoes. A while later I went to a podiatrist and had my right foot operated on by a podiatrist. I had my bunion and tailors bunion and two toes had pins to lengthen the tendons. This was an unsuccessful surgery in my opinion . I lost range of motion in my big toe. ... (5 replies)
... I've been using custom made orthotics for 4 years and I can't go without them. ... (1 replies)
... orthotics to cause pain to the outside of my right foot. Fortunately, my insurance plan fully covers orthotics on an annual basis so it was a covered expense. If you can wait for new orthotics, I would wait until my foot was largely healed. ... (5 replies)
... I also asked if jumping rope or doing gymnastics will make the bunions worse or progress faster, he said NO. He also said NO to those activities making a bunion come back after surgery. ... (16 replies)
... Hi, had major bunion surgery 9 weeks ago and went for a post op check up this week. Now the Dr says I should get orthotics to help me walk more flat. I seem to hear of more and more people getting orthotics these days and sometimes wonder if it's a bit of a racket to make money. ... (11 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)
... Hoke ball and ring to form a pocket in your shoes so they arent as painful. Most physicians would never recommend surgery without trying either of these first. Orthotics are often times a waste of money. I hate to see people spend hundreds of dollars for nothing. ... (16 replies)
... I am surprised that he wanted to rush you into surgery. Orthotics are the accepted first step, especially if as you say, your bunion isn't awfully big. ... (16 replies)
... based on things i had told him he could tell making new orthotics was a good option. ... (6 replies)
... The younger you are when you have the surgery, the more years of life you have ahead for the bunion to recur. Since the actual problem isn't corrected, many times the joint will return to it's abnormal alignment. ... (16 replies)
... On another post I wrote that I was diagnosed with a bunion and my podiatrist said that orthotics won't slow the progression of a bunion. After doing research, I'm convinced that they will at least help. I didn't realize the different types though. ... (4 replies)
... Do you know of any orthopedic surgeon who can do bunion surgery in their sleep and have great feedback from their patients? ... (12 replies)
... size fits all orthotics from walgreen. ... (4 replies)
... I am curious how may people got orthotics after having bunion surgery? ... (4 replies)
... I went in for a second opinion on my bunion surgery this morning. This doctor wanted to take a less agressive approach. ... (4 replies)
... i just had the bunion surgery 1 week ago. ... (13 replies)
... I have to disagree with the last line. I had surgery for a severe bunion three months ago and was on my feet (heel walking) within a few days. I know others here have experienced the same thing. I'd definitely consult with another doctor. If you saw a podiatrist, maybe try an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in foot/ankle problems. Or even another podiatrist. If he... (16 replies)


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