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... i'm playing soccer some time and practice Capoeira and make some acrobatic stuff. I'm 25 years old. ... (0 replies)
... Some background... I'm 23 years old, and very active. I've been a competitive athlete my entire life, and played soccer in college. I have always had issues with my feet, mostly due to having flat feet. While in college I also tore my right arch. ... (2 replies)
... How long after bunion surgery will I have full motion in my big toe? ... (1 replies)

... My dorsal bunion deposits were on the top side of the foot in the joint. ... (4 replies)
... I havent had this kind of surgery. In fact, I came on this site looking for information about bunion surgery as I am also a soccer player. I played in college, and did have turf toe come and go, but wasnt too big of an issue. Finally went to a doctor and was told I had a bunion. ... (4 replies)
... cortizone shots can be extremely painful. I had one done when i was 12 or 13, and though it took away the pain, it only lasted a couple months. Its usually given in situations where someone needs to "play" through the pain, such as an athlete. Pain is the body's way of letting you know something is wrong. All a cortizone shot does is masks that pain, meanwhile allowing the... (3 replies)
... on KILL your soccer career and your scholarship would certainly soon follow. ... (8 replies)
... i had one of the simplest bunion surgeries available, and the thought of kicking a soccer ball with that foot or even trying to run around on it makes me keel over in pain (i'm 6 weeks out). i would definitely NOT get this surgery done if i were you. six weeks is enough time to recover and go back to normal life, but it's not enough time to get back to sports and vigorous... (8 replies)
... Hey Daniel, I am also 18 years old and I think the decision you made to have your bunion surgery done after season is the best choice because if you did it before season it would not heal in time. ... (8 replies)
... ng now, you'd have to ask your doctor, but I can tell you that you will most likely NOT want to be kicking anything with your foot for a couple of months after a bunion surgery, so if your doc. says you CAN play now, I would do that and then get your surgery after this soccer season. ... (8 replies)
... hello my name is Daniel and i am 18 years old currently living in california..I am going to be getting bunion surgery done on august the 2nd..i have been reading all these threads about bunion recovery time and they have been scaring the crap out of me.. ... (8 replies)
... Iím now 49, and up to a few years ago was extremely active. I was playing soccer up to four times a week (and in a competitive menís league), along with basketball, cycling and hiking. In December of 2013 I had my first foot surgery. I was diagnosed at Kaiser with a bunion, and had a bunionectomy on my right foot. They cut a v shape and inserted several screws. After a few... (2 replies)
... I've had bilateral bunion surgery...left foot was a great success, right foot not...so I'm looking at fusion of the MTP joint, because there's not much cartilage left there. ... (4 replies)
Hallux limitus
Mar 13, 2003
... more pain and damage to the join, it will. What caused this is up for debate. My foot doctor believes it was extreme trauma that occurred to the joint during a soccer game, and I agree. I took a shot with my left foot, planting hard on my right foot, and pain went shooting up my right foot. ... (2 replies)


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