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... a Brostrom Procedure, Perineal tendon repair, and OCD on my right ankle in 2 weeks. I would love to hear from someone that had the same type of procedure. I had bunion surgery on that foot last year, but I have NO idea what to expect with this. How long with NWB on that foot? ... (4 replies)
... I have had flat feet all my life, and bilateral bunions that give me pain. I chickened out of bunion surgery in my 20s. ... (18 replies)
... e had nerve damage from each foot having bunions removed. When I had my bunions removed, I did not know they were caused from weakness. An orthopedic man did the bunion surgery. Orthopedic men are more schooled to do surgery than podiatrists. Stay clear of orthotics as well because they just make your feet weaker. ... (14 replies)

... m finally getting my ankle stabilization. Unfortunately I also have a bunion and a cyst on the toe joint. ... (5 replies)
... I am 5 months post op flat foot surgery and bunion surgery. I am still having a lot of swelling under the ball of my foot and feel a lot of discomfort under first and second metatarsal. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for backing me because I speak from a lot of experience. I have had the bunion surgery, which I wrote about as well as a Morton's neuroma removed, all done years ago. ... (8 replies)
... If I were you, I would not have that surgery! I had bunion surgery years ago and about three years ago, I could see that the toes were starting to cross again and my feet were even flatter than before. ... (8 replies)
... ur plantar facia, the ligament under your foot is tight, and it would not surprise me if it is, all you need to do is stretch that and you will see GREAT relief. Bunion and hammer toes are also due to tight muscles and ligaments in the feet as well as the legs and hip. yoga is EXCELLENT for strength. ... (3 replies)
... I have a bunion that decided to grow back... ... (0 replies)
... I am experiencing something very similar, if not the same. It is very much like a bunion, but on the little toe metatarsal rather than the more common big toe bunion. I have read that its called a bunionette. I find that it hurts most if I am barefoot (something I avoid anyway), or if I am wearing hard soled shoes. Doesn't bother me much if I am wearing orthotics. I hope... (3 replies)
... Yes, get custom orthotics. Also buy wider toe shoes. Pointed or too narrow toe shoes cramp your toes and cause bunions. You can also try big toe separators but I don't think they help. (3 replies)
... I am 7 months out from foot reconstruction. I had been noticing an area on the outside of my foot which was sore and a bit "pointy". The word "bunion" crossed my mind, but I didn't even want to think about it! Yesterday my PT said my foot is everting and indeed I am getting a bunion. Anyone else have this? I imagine I should be fitted for orthotics to prevent further damage. (3 replies)
... hers here were out of the cast and into a boot or aircast at around 6 weeks. He left whether or not I did PT up to me, he didn't really seem to push it. He did bunion surgery on a friend of mine and she is pleased with her results as well. ... (12 replies)
... Hello all, I have been reading post on this board since Jan because I knew I was having surgery in May to correct the collapse of my right foot. I had the procedures that most of you talk about- 5 incisions- etc. My feet never gave me any trouble until Nov of 2013 when I developed a dorsal bunion on my 1st Metatarsal- caused by the collapse of the foot structure in the arch.... (6 replies)
... I developed a huge dorsal bunion as a result of the collaspe of the structures that hold your arch up. ... (7 replies)
... t it. The only pain I have is in my big toe joint and that has been getting worse by the day. I cannot wear reg. shoes and orthotics for long without that dorsal bunion screaming at me, I HURT... I wear FIT FLOPS and still it will hurt off and on. It even hurts in the middle of the night. ... (5 replies)
... I had feet that were flatter than a pancake and it was all due to the weakness in my hips and legs and even had bunion surgery many years ago. ... (55 replies)
... Hi Madison, First let me congratulate you on how well written your post was. I agree with Loveoysters that your recovery will be faster and that you will have less damage to your ankle, calf, knee etc. Most likely you were born with flat feet and not likely that you acquired it 5 yrs ago unless you experienced a high fall which you certainly would have remembered. I was... (12 replies)
... Hello all! I've started this thread in hopes of getting other peoples opinions on Flat Feet and hearing their stories. I just got reconstructive surgery Saturday, January 4, 2014. Allow me to start from the beginning. I am 15 years old and very active (dance and lacrosse). All my life I've had knee pain that was diagnosed as Os Good Schlotters disease at age 11. My family... (12 replies)
... Hi DebDeb! So sorry to hear what you are going through. It is most certainly a trying time. I can attest to that! I also have an upstairs and turned my dining room into a makeshift bedroom for post op recovery. I still had to go upstairs to shower though which was a bit difficult. I just went up and down on my bum. I HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend a knee walker! My doctor... (55 replies)


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