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... first and second metatarsal is 5 degrees over and the degrees between first metatarsal and the phalange is 10 degrees over healthy. He also feels like a dorsal bunion was created during surgery and this jams my joint at every step. ... (4 replies)
... I did research online and found a podiatrist whose opinion was that good results could be accomplished with minimally invasive surgery, no screws and no wires. ... (8 replies)
... week mark once i started wearing regular shoes is when my foot went to hell. As the rest of the foot deflated the bunion areas remained hard and swollen. It looked 5x worse in size then my foot looked prior to surgery. ... (4 replies)

Dorsal Bunion?
Jun 18, 2012
... Yes both opinions are ortho. Yes I saw a specialist in this area. The second opinion came out not an easy surgery. The bone is elevated out of position from club foot. It is not a regular Bunion people get. ... (7 replies)
Dorsal Bunion?
Jun 17, 2012
... To remove Dorsal Bunion or not to? ... (7 replies)
... I am frustrated and am in hopes that somebody may have possibly have an answer to a foot issue that I cannot seem to get rid of. About 3 years ago I had a bunion surgery. A couple of weeks after the surgery I started developing a pinching burning pain between the 3rd and 4th toe. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, a second opinion is definitly in order after I see 'Dr. ... (14 replies)
... Well... I had both feet done almost 2 months ago now, and have just got back into some of my shoes. I think I could potentially wear heals in another 2 months (but I also have really wide feet so heals are hard to find bunion or not) ;-) a wedge is much more practical and a lot kinder to your poor foot ;-) so you should be on the right track! My opinion would be to... (5 replies)
... yes she is seeing a Foot and Ankle Specialist, DPM... our 2nd opinion. First one was a year ago before the bunion was as noticable. Just went 'coz her foot was always aching. ... (4 replies)
... said i should wear tennis shoes and birkenstocks. i wont do that. ... (6 replies)
... op appt he changed his mind to a bunion surgery only. My bunion was quite severe. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, I don't know where to begin. I had my first lapidus bunion surgery in Aug 07. I had a basic lapidus procedure done. Well I guess it was not done right cause I was having crazy pain. ... (5 replies)
... Hello dai3symae and debbie g, I don't know if either of you can help me or not. Here is a little about my history. I had lapidus bunion surgery Aug 2007, well something was not done right. My big toe was too short, my second toe was too long. ... (20 replies)
... m a fighter. the warm weather is worse for me because sandals hurt my feet and i love wearing cute shoes. i dont walk a lot. winter at least i can wear sturdy shoes and fashion boots. hopefully, after the up coming surgery i will be able to wear more sandals. ... (30 replies)
... Amy, thanks for the reply. I now wear tennis shoes and my foot does not swell during the day, but at night, when I take the shoes off and take a shower, my ankle and foot starts to swell. I do not know why.I sleep with my foot elevated and it is fine in the morning. ... (17 replies)
... as well as the top, of my left foot. If I wear shoes, oh man, the shoes press on these squishy areas and I'm in intense pain. I'm stuck wearing slippers most of the time, and now, it's almost impossible to wear even slippers. ... (2 replies)
... hi jean, Since I am pretty much 95% back to normal I don't read these boards as much as I used to. I just wanted to give you a little more info in case it helps. Correct me if i'm wrong, but i don't think that you were ever NWB? If so, I'm guessing that's why your Dr isn't sending you to a physical therapist. I would still strongly suggest asking him about giving you a... (17 replies)
... It seems like almost everyone who has bunion surgery needs at least two weeks before doing a significant amount of weight bearing and walking. ... (9 replies)
... about 45 mins drive away from Tampa, FL and about 1 hr 15 mins drive from Orlando. And it would be worth it to have my hubby drive me either way to get a second opinion with someone more "in the know. ... (5 replies)
... I agree that a second opinion would be a very good idea. ... (5 replies)

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