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... There is a huge difference between fusion of a joint and shaving the bone, if I understand your question correctly. ... (6 replies)
... So this is a bunion on the side? ... (6 replies)
... Basically, my left foot looks different than the right one with the bunion which I probably got due to dancing in high heel shoes and jogging in sand at the beach. It is not connected to arthritis but starts hurting. ... (6 replies)

... Does anybody have experience with minor bunion surgery where the big toe is shaved only? ... (6 replies)
... pain. I have not seen the dr. as yet, but have the information on the procedure and know they take xrays, use a shaving drill, and "you can go back to work the day after surgery" with no stitches and the incision just bandaged. ... (5 replies)
... I had a bunionoctomy on my right foot three days ago, I had a screw inserted to assist with alignment as well as shaving of the bone in my big toe. I did my first doctor visit yesterday and was told I'm healing better than expected. I was quite pleased with the results. ... (3 replies)
Bunion Deja Vu
Jul 7, 2012
... I have started the countdown to bunion surgery. The surgery will be on Friday the 13th, and luckily I'm not superstitious. As hinted in the title of this thread, this is my second time around for bunion surgery. ... (0 replies)
... I think you need more information. An osteotomy is simply a shaving of the bone at an angle. ... (11 replies)
... Do not get "minimally invasive" bunion surgery. I say this for several reasons. ... (4 replies)
... h my feet. This procedure is reserved for moderate to severe bunions and involves cutting a bone in the midfoot area as well as straightening out the big toe and shaving the bunion. ... (12 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. You will find a lot of information here, there are many people with foot problems who have insights to share. A bunion is usually caused by structural problems in your foot and these problems have a lot to do with the arch being flat. ... (2 replies)
... I actually had a bunion and the tailor's bunion operated on on the right foot at the same time last May. I was pwb right away, but overdid it and had to be nwb for a week. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. My doctor did mention breaking the bone and resetting, but he made it sound like the shaving would be the first choice. ... (5 replies)
... will be at the hospital the day of surgery since the Doc needs an adult to talk to afterwords and he will help me out at my nieces the first day and a half or two days. ... (21 replies)
... ve been doing my shaving often, I just prop my legs over the bath rather than in the path!! I still feel so trampyl!! ... (240 replies)
... bout around 3 weeks so I am a bit leary about it. My doctor said to wait until tomorrow to get it wet and I cannot wait to get the dried up blood off and finish shaving down near my ankle! She just said not to get lotion in or near the incision. That's fine as long as I can lotion the rest of the foot! ... (240 replies)
Bunion surgery
Oct 29, 2007
... Is shaving all that was done? ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like a simple surgery involving the shaving of the bunion. Surgery of the foot is a scary prospect, but the prospect of not being able to walk without pain is also scary. Bunions don't get better, they get worse over time. ... (35 replies)
... OK, its a ways a way, but my bunion surgery is less than a month away, my preop, bloodwork, and preadmission appointments are on july 9th, and surgery is on the 23rd. Why is this consuming my everyday thoughts? ... (4 replies)
... if you are in alot of pain-have the surgery. if not, hopefully the shaving will work debbie (4 replies)

Associated Tags: bunion, bunion surgery pain, bunion surgery post op, bunion surgery recovery, calcaneal osteotomy, flat feet, flatfoot, posterior tibal tendon surgery, surgery

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