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... on the treadmill with no incline at 6 weeks for the first surgery and 9 for the second. ... (1 replies)
... how long after bunion surgery until you can exercise (1 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy January 2004, and wanted to give an update on how my surgery has been. I'm also hoping that any of ya'll who went through this during that time will see this thread and let me know how you are doing. ... (9 replies)

... Hi all. I'm new to this board. I am 28 years old and I had a bunionectomy on my left foot yesterday. So far, so good. ... (2 replies)
... Hoping to get back to walking again for exercise in decent shoes. Thanks for sharing! ... (4 replies)
... I am 22 years old and am scheduled to have a lapidus bunionectomy in the next few weeks on my right foot. I will also have a pin in my second toe to straighten it out. ... (1 replies)
... ipulation exercises which will help in the movement of the toes. Then as day by day it becomes stronger you can use resistance band that will help for stretching and make sure that the exercise is not painful. ... (19 replies)
... You have just begun to exercise your toe, don't panic. Keep doing the exercises and you will see progress. Once you are in a sneaker and are allowed to walk small distances, focus on using the proper gait. Roll off the toes, and don't be put off by some discomfort. ... (21 replies)
... I am in my 4.5 weeks after surgery and really started big toe exercise today. It is looser after i used my fingers to push it up and down, but it doesn't go up and down anywhere near what it used to be before surgery. I was hoping to get it at least halfway up and down to what it used to be, but no avail. ... (21 replies)
... while sitting in a warm bath, have your feet braced at the end of the tub, scooch down, like your are pushing off the side of a pool, and then do push off. The warm water of the bath seems to help the toe be more flexible, and you push off, making the toe flex. ... (11 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jul 7, 2012
... it stir crazy, just sitting there, so make sure you have a supply of good friends who don't get huffed easily, when you get fed up about sitting on your backside and want to throw something. ... (1 replies)
... up in a chair permanently... I find it to be a very lonely fear.. It doesn't help that it can come on while you are sitting down, but wishing you can get moving and do the things that need to be done..! In the end, it comes down to the fact that it is actually a way to get around when you can't otherwise.. ... (9 replies)
... About 10 years ago I had bunion surgery on both my feet the doctor also worked on the bones in my feet as they are not positioned properly. ... (1 replies)
... for the surgery sounds about right and well worth it, especially if you find the right podiatrist. ... (14 replies)
... I had a first metatarsal bunion surgery back 10 months ago and I have that same exact pain but my pain has been very minimum, at least for right now. ... (3 replies)
... I'm a 34 year old female and I had bunion surgery on my left foot in early December, so I'm about 10 weeks ahead of you in the healing process. ... (2 replies)
... for the cutting of my bunion. According to my doc, my bunion was not too bad but due to it pressing against my nerves, it has been giving me a lot of grieve the past years. ... (18 replies)
... near them. They're not as stiff as they were at week 2. I can wiggle my toes but my doctor said not to exercise them...he said that walking will provide enough exercise for them. ... (10 replies)
... and for the most part it went well. Pain was minimal and other than wearing the uncomfortable boot the healing was going fine. I am now at 5 weeks and I can finally start wearing a gym shoe but that's about it. ... (3 replies)
... You had major surgery done to your foot only 6 weeks ago. That is major trauma. It takes a full six months to a year for your body and your foot to recover from that trauma. Some patients that have bunionectomies have swelling upwards of a year. ... (12 replies)

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