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... a foot and ankle certified orthopedic surgeon and two podiatrists. ... (5 replies)
... I hope it helps you in your decision an helps you in your recovery. I'll add info from time to time. Feel free to comment or add anything if you wish. Everyone has a different experience but my only goal here is to share what I know. ... (0 replies)
... The procedure depends on what all needs to be repaired and the basic cause for the bunion. An ortho who is Foot and Ankle Board certified will have many more years of training than a podiatrist. I highly recommend one. Whatever city you are in, if there is a pro football or basketball team, a professional dance company or a major college athletic deparment - find out who... (5 replies)

... I am looking for a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon...whomever has a great Dr. to see in Denver for bunions. ... (1 replies)
... and if you are in Sydney who was your surgeon that did your feet. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Nurse. I had bilateral bunion removal by a orthopod. at the time i never even considered a podiatrist i suppose ignorance. on my part. ... (12 replies)
... I had surgery performed by a podiatrist and am very happy with the result. ... (12 replies)
... because I would not have to pay for it. I had thought that someone who specializes in feet might be a better option, but I think I did make the best choice. The podiatrist recommended an option that I believe would have been temporary at best. I would have still had to have had the fusion at a later date. ... (12 replies)
... The bunion sugery was pretty easy...understand arthrodesis is more serious....and likely hiking is out...uneven surfaces are very painful.....thanks for the advise.... ... (17 replies)
... I have had bunion corrections on both feet...not painful or of any issue...and had may cysts removed. Now the arthritis is so bad I am facing arthrodesis..... ... (17 replies)
... Many people on these boards have had complex or more involved procedures and have time to talk about the things they are experiencing or ask questions because there may be a lot of down time with foot surgery. ... (5 replies)
... PLEASE!!! Use an OS for this operation. Mark Myerson at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore is probably one of the best. I had both bunions removed by a podiatrist and the second operation was a disaster. I have to wear special orthotics to compensate for the poor "carpentry". I can share more details. ... (17 replies)
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... and there are no guarantees, but you're likely to get good results with a skilled and experienced podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon. ... (17 replies)
... you need to consult a Podiatrist or Orthopedic surgeon to see what your options are. They are the only ones who can tell you about surgical options. ... (12 replies)
... I guess it depends what you mean by sensible. My sense is that you can wear high heels on special occasions, but most of the time you'll want to be in flats or low heels, and you will definitely want to stay away from pointy toes or tight shoes that might aggravate your foot and possibly cause the bunion to come back. ... (9 replies)
... surgery, I cannot yet walk real fast or far, but I feel fine, do walk, drive, and could be totally independent if needed. ... (4 replies)
... Would you recommend a podiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon, and why? ... (17 replies)
... I'm new to the board and am appreciating all the great information! Can anyone recommend a good podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon in Seattle for bunion surgery? ... (1 replies)
... I had a lapidus procedure which consists of two screws placed almost at the ankle. I never thought of filing complaints with the above boards. I am going to do that today. Thanks for the idea. (15 replies)


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