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... toe after bunion surgery. Along with ankle skope to clean scar tissue from multiple ankle surgeries. ... (6 replies)
Bunion Surgery !
Apr 9, 2012
... ek if at all possible, preferably with your feet elevated above your heart to keep the blood from pooling in your feet. This will also help reduce the amount of scar tissue formation on the surgical areas. ... (4 replies)
... As you may have read on my earlier posts, the infection has left me with debilitating scar tissue and I am still unable to fully weight bear or walk properly. But on the bright side I do not have a bunion anymore! ... (11 replies)

... I massage my scar tissue every day with vitamin e. I massage it where it is painful on the scar to break the scar tissue. It is starting to look great. ... (2 replies)
... s. My surgeon decided not to touch them as aesthetically and anatomically they don't look bad, but you can see slight crookedness if I bend my toe 90 degree. The recovery process is much quicker without the akin, but the surgeon had to disengage the toe joint to reposition after the bunionectomy. ... (18 replies)
... She had the surgery on January 25. PT seems to indicate some scar tissue from bunion surgery the previous year is present. ... (63 replies)
... dures including radio frequency. Since I work on my feet all day I decided to go ahead with the surgery. I also had to have the nerves in my toe fix, since I had bunion surgery from another surgeon last year. The nerves in my toe would tingle at times and if you just touched it I would feel all different sensations. ... (0 replies)
... Another question which id forgot to ask about is scar tissue. I have heard it mention in a few threads but because i wasnt up to that part in recovery i didnt take much notice at the time could anyone tell me what i should be doing? ... (12 replies)
... My recovery was a little slower than expected. I guess I have "soft bones" so that slowed down progress from crutches to boot to walking. ... (50 replies)
... If you had a second broken bone, then you recovery may take a little longer than mine. I only had the bone broken in the big toe once...that "healed" at 3 weeks. ... (28 replies)
... weeks on crutches. After that it was a process of recovery, physical therapy.. about 3 months before I was walking "normally". I've had a difficult recovery though. My toe did NOT want to bend normally until about 9 months out no matter what I did. ... (11 replies)
... PT for about 4 weeks in January and that really helped. I highly recommend it. He did stretching exercises and showed me how to do them on my own. This prevented scar tissue build up. ... (6 replies)
... So, here is my story..... On December 19, 2006 I had a MTP fusion of the big toe because of a severe bunion. My recovery went really well.....I did not experience much pain, I kept my foot up all the time so there really wasn't any swelling, and the toe looked great! ... (0 replies)
... fibroma removed from my PF. The doctor said it was caused by the bunion pulling the PF constantly, creating scar tissue. He removed it by cutting a hole in my plantar fascia. My recovery has been OK, some pain here and there, swelling at the end of every day, etc. ... (0 replies)
... weightbearing for only 6 weeks this time, then back into physical therapy. There are things only PT can give you as far as massaging your incision to break down scar tissue, and really making your work your butt off no matter how much you think you can't do one more rep. ... (32 replies)
... I had surgery on my foot 4 weeks ago to correct nerve damage and fix scar tissue, but I wanted to say Sue, that my doc didn't talk with me after the surgery either. ... (16 replies)
... Physical therapy can help with scar tissue and bunk on the statement from the doctor that it won't help...Physical therapists know what they're doing. ... (9 replies)
... I've had the bunion since I was a child, but it only began causing me issues in the year prior to my surgery. ... (3 replies)
... You mentioned that your surgeon doesn't seem overly confident. Is he not overly confident that it will fix the problem? I'd be really hesitant is he's not even sure it will really help. (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with a hyperflexible big toe via a weight bearing scan. Two years ago now, my surgeon fused the first and second metatarsals and removed a mild bunion in the hopes that this would sort out pain and swelling in that area. ... (3 replies)


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