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... y basically just to be able to wear cute boots and heels with out hurting and my foot even starting hurting with flip flops after awhile, but any ways i had this surgery two days before last christmas, i so regret everyday for not getting a second opinion on getting it or other options.... ... (24 replies)
... ot because my foot was still partially numb from the alcohol injection i had gotten earlier that day, but he did say that even if i do have one he does not think surgery will be necessary since i didn't have this problem before the bunion surgery. ... (15 replies)
... Hi...I need surgery on both feet..one foot at a time..I need all my hammer toes fixed and bunions. I'm 36 and my Dr said I'm the youngest he's seen with feet this bad. I don't have a surgery date picked out yet..I'm just scared about after surgery.. ... (7 replies)

... op after having bunion surgery on both feet. I had the scarf osteotomy with small permanent screws placed in both feet. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, exdancer. How did your surgery go today? ... (8 replies)
... I completely understand about the full impact when mobility goes out the window. I am 32 and so much seems impossible. There is no recognition, so constantly I feel like a social pariah whose incapacities are due to personal rather than medical failings. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Irena, good to hear from you and pleased to help. ... (19 replies)
... I had the austin cut and had 1 pin in my foot for about 4 weeks. The doc decided to let me have the pin to secure the new cut instead of a screw. ... (18 replies)
... March and is recovering very well. ... (18 replies)
... My toes work well. I lost some mobility, but hypermobility was one of the reasons the bunion got so bad. ... (3 replies)
... at toe. I was diagnosed with mid to late stage Limitus. My foot hasn't felt this good in a long time. I already have more motion now than I did the day before surgery and it's getting better daily. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, Just read your post and although it is now June 7 I will share what keeps me walking. I had allot more done and I am now 10 months out. I still have issues and working on Rom, myself, has helped. I wish I would have started sooner but knowing how much to push it.... ... (50 replies)
... It is so interesting how everyone is so different. MY surgery was for a more complicated bunion and I was cut further down the foot than the austin chevron so I think healing takes longer. ... (23 replies)
... Yes, Teddie....at 8 weeks post op I was finally able to get my foot into a shoe. My "workout" is walking...I powerwalk, 6 miles every other day up and down hills... ... (23 replies)
... total! BUT, walking that slowly helped me get the ROM back into my toe without harming anything. I overemphasized the movement so that the toe really stretched out with each step. I started at 5 minutes, then up to 6, then 8, etc. It hurt and swelled, but each time it hurt and swelled a little less. ... (23 replies)
... For my bunion surgery I was actually told by the doctor that the tendon would have to be cut. Part of the reason that the bunion occurs is that the tendon between the big toe and the next one tightens and pulls the big toe to the left. ... (24 replies)
... I am 3 months post op. I had the bunion cut down and the main toe bone broken. I had two pins to hold the toe stable. The pins were not pushed through and sat on nerves inside my foot. I think that no one knows what pain is until they have random nerve pain that you can't control. ... (28 replies)
... r removed on my big toe. I bothered me when I used some shoes, but I was able to walk on mountains for 3 hours without pain. The doctor promised me it was simple and I could wear my pretty working shoes without a pain for no less than ten years. ... (22 replies)
... I've inherited my mother's bunions, and I've known for a long time that one day I would need to have the surgery. In the last few years the bunion on my left foot has gotten much worse. ... (9 replies)
... ht, how is the stiffness, on your more healed foot. You were 5 weeks ahead of me, at that time. Now, I'm 3 months out, from my left bunionectomy. I'm doing PT and working throught the stiffness, which probably bothers me the most. My incision area is still tender. I think I've blacked out the first 5 weeks. ... (240 replies)


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