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... I just had bunion surgery on my right foot on July 24, 2003. I am so happy that I decided to have the surgery!! ... (18 replies)
... t would be better to have before but the way I've been looking at it I won't be very mobile the 1st week or 2 anyways so it can wait and be ordered the day after surgery and I should still have it by the 1st part of the following week. ... (11 replies)
... I had bunions removed Nov-Dec 2011 and my feet are doing well. I have been advised that part of my doctor's process is to purchase orthotics ($600/pair ... not covered by my insurance). My physical therapist indicates my feet would do fine with some quality over-the-counter orthotics. I do trust the PT and I don't trust the MD (long story). I am currently using... (1 replies)

... per foot. Here in Toronto it is not covered by OHIP or private insurance. I paid it all on my own upfront. ... (4 replies)
... I saw my Doctor in September 2010 and had my fist visit with surgeon at the beginning of December and surgery was schedued for January 2011 and when I was 3 months post surgery we discussed doing the other. ... (18 replies)
... op as expected by my doc. My company was happy that I am back all good as full time and no need to progress my work day gradually. ... (18 replies)
... out of pocket, but my insurance covered the rest. What do you mean by "medical"? ... (2 replies)
... Never, I say never use a podiatrist. I am covered by VA insurance but for a toe issue they only allow you a podiatrist, hence out of my pocket for a Ortho (19 replies)
... It all depends on how bad your bunion is. ... (1 replies)
... I just had my screw removed from my foot 2 years after my bunion surgery. I was still experiencing some swelling and mild pain which may or may not have been caused by the screw. ... (4 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)
... If you really don't want to do the surgery yet and are having bump pain that shoe modification and orthotics are not helping then there is a possible solution. ... (9 replies)
... and given two options. One, get orthodics which may or may not work, are expensive, and were not covered by my insurance. Two, opt for surgery which also may or may not work, is expensive but covered at least in part but he didn't think that the best option. ... (9 replies)
... cs when I got them took a bit to get used to but really helped my feet and my hammertoes. A while later I went to a podiatrist and had my right foot operated on by a podiatrist. I had my bunion and tailors bunion and two toes had pins to lengthen the tendons. This was an unsuccessful surgery in my opinion . ... (5 replies)
... About six months ago, someone had a major surgery. Still....the total charge seemed high. We called our insurance company and asked them to audit that bill. A week later we had a refund check in the amount of 28,000.00 for what the hospital called "misc charges." 28,000.00!! ... (5 replies)
... I highly recommend them if you can get them custom made, but if you can not afford them like so many of us can not if they are not covered on insurance than there are other brands like the Dr Scholls that may help until you can get them. ... (11 replies)
... I went back to work yesterday after being out 6 weeks for the 2nd bunion surgery. All has gone extremely well but I have a question regarding orthodics. My dr. has told me that he wants me to consider them. ... (11 replies)
... I'm a nurse in my 30s and I was embarassed too. Bunion is a funny word, and I just felt like I should have a better story than bunionectomy surgery..... ... (18 replies)
... I just had bunion surgery on my right foot on July 24, 2003. I am so happy that I decided to have the surgery!! ... (15 replies)
... Well I had mine done under the national health...but you can have it done privately if you have medical insurance...but getting a bunion under insurance can be quite tricky! I thought in Canada and America that foot surgery is mainly don by Podiatrists? ... (64 replies)

Associated Tags: bilateral, bunion surgery post op care, bunionectomy post-op, hammertoe

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