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... I will be having bunion surgery on the 15th. Mine was described as a moderate to severe bunion. I have been having Big toe pain for months now. My pre op appointment is on the 7th. ... (23 replies)
... What has helped me recover from the pain in my most recent surgery (as I'm really lame in taking care of myself) is RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, and most important, Elevation. Also, taking my meds on time before the pain came back. I basically parked myself on my sofa with tons of pillows under my leg, propped my bandaged foot on the top of the sofa packed in gel packs... (12 replies)
... My OS said I have too much mobility in the feet and hence the return of the bunions after the first surgery 21 yrs ago. ... (8 replies)

... one day ago to remove the bunion on my right foot..so far no pain, just intense burning when I've been walking or on my feet too long. ... (2 replies)
... i have no clue what that type of surgery is called. ... (2 replies)
... my doctor didn't tell me what kind of bunion i have. the only toe involed is the big toe. he told me he is going to break the toe, straigten it, and put a screw in. ... (6 replies)
... I go in tomorrow morning at 10 to get the pin out and than she's gonna have me wear a CAM walker. ... (11 replies)
... I must find out more! I need a lapidus on both feet as 3 surgeons opinions concurr. However I would really like to find a doc in WA state / near Seattle, who uses this external fixation method to allow earlier weight bearing. Please send me the name of your doctor if possible, so that I can write and ask them for a referral to someone in my area. Thank you. (12 replies)
... 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. It has been four months since the surgery and now I can not walk one step without severe continous pain. The surgeon is ignoring me and told me I may just have arthritis and he could do another surgery. ... (22 replies)
... cam walker handy for at least 3 weeks after I started wearing a shoe. ... (22 replies)
... Cosmic1, thank you. Your surgery was complex, making mine look very minor! But I am glad you are happy with your feet and that it was worth the while. ... (240 replies)
... I was told to sleep in the cam walker which is just huge almost up to the knee. ... (240 replies)
... so fused a joint to secure this flexibilty held by a pin. This procedure was used so I could bear weight alot sooner. The foot was wrapped in gauze and I had a cam walker which he allowed me to take off at night and when I had my foot elevated with ice. ... (12 replies)
... on a cam walker and with the stiff soled shoe they give you. I have both of these because my daughter had this done last year, but she had the screws and pins in her feet. ... (3 replies)
... I was able to walk with a cam walker on my heel but I can only say that it was never comfortable. ... (3 replies)
... I had my surgery June 9th to repair the tendons and ligaments in my ankle. ... (6 replies)
... I've been in a CAM boot for three months, which is much longer than I expected, as I have had too much pain when transitioning from PWB to FWB. ... (3 replies)
... I've read about many comments with the aircast and regular casts up until 8 weeks. The CAM walker they gave me at the 3 week point goes on and off with velcro straps. ... (149 replies)
... in cam boot. ... (70 replies)
... It happens with everyone who has any sort of foot surgery. Walking in a surgical shoe, boot, cam walker, whatever, throws your gait off. ... (6 replies)


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