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... It did not for me, no matter how gruesome it looks because I had no choice. ... (0 replies)
... Is it to minimize swelling or keep your foot from bending? ... (9 replies)
... feet heal much faster and better if you can ice and elevate them extensively for a few weeks and start walking gradually, adding a bit each day. ... (11 replies)

... I developed a minor bunion and severe arthritis in the big toe joint as a result of a stress fracture when I was 25, 10 years ago. For the past 3 years, I have been in pain. ... (14 replies)
... s pretty hard to get around while your foot is being elevated, so I figured why not elevate two feet at the same time. ... (8 replies)
... le wedge shoe and then another flat removeable shoe made by DARCO. I had a double bunionectomy and hammertoe repair 4 weeks ago. I have stitches on both sides of foot and I am putting Mederma on it for scars. I have 2 screws in big toe. ... (19 replies)
... But it takes a fellow foot surgery survivor to know how long, frustrating and difficult this process can be. ... (8 replies)
... I had surgery on my left foot on Nov. 30th, 2010. I am in my 5th week of recovery. My surgery was similar to what they do for bunion surgeries, but I did not have large bunions. ... (15 replies)
... my surgery was on left foot for bunion, although it was the neuroma that brought be to the doc, i drive an automatic. ... (20 replies)
... In addition to the obvious difficulty in getting around and the need to continue to elevate and ice, etc., I was surprised by how fatigued I was. The experience really sapped my body of energy. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Mary. I know how you feel. ... (16 replies)
... t even want to go out tomorrow! I forgot to ask my surgeon how many incisions he will do! ... (16 replies)
... people who post on forums are those who experience problems. But I keep thinking what if I suffer from the side effects, such as toe stiffness, nerve pain or the bunion reoccurring, more so, since I will not be having a screw or pin to keep it in place while it fuses back together! ... (16 replies)
... ago. My work does not offer disability insurance so I'm back in the office today and am feeling awful. I have an external pin that is in my foot and won't come out until 4 weeks post op. I've still not seen my physician since the surgery as my first appointment is this wednesday to remove stitches. ... (5 replies)
... I think the most common type of bunion procedure is the osteotomy. The doctor goes in your foot from the top, and split the long bone that goes from your ankle area to your great toe. ... (2 replies)
... short 1st metatarsal, probably caused by previous bunion surgery.... ... (9 replies)
... other pods before making a final decision as to which doc to go with. Ask how many bunionectomies they do a year, their success rates, their typical recovery times, even if they can talk to patients who have already been through the procedure. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Tracy, don't be nervous. I had the same procedure with 2 screws, plus the second toe with 1 pin. Right out of surgery your foot will be numb for hours, so you will not feel pain. ... (19 replies)
... op day 14, it was a bit swollen, but still no brusing. hang in there......sit back and elevate your foot or feet. ... (63 replies)
... thought I should update this post. In late August 2012, I underwent a minimally invasive cheilectomy and had two scopes sent into the joint by a top orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon in Australia. ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: akin, arthrodesis, bunion, chevron, foot arthritis, hallux limitus/rigidus, interpositional arthroplasty, recovery help, surgery

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