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... weeks post op from bunion surgery. I had it done on my right foot five years ago and am very glad I did. I have no pain and my foot looks great. On May 1 I had it done on my left foot. ... (24 replies)
... All of your posts are really helpful. I am a dancer, a salsa dancer , meaning I dance in heels and it is essential sometimes to performance. ... (240 replies)
... RE: “I keep walking on my heels even in my post-op shoe. But my doctor said to put full weight on it… My doc said I could wear tennis shoes in two weeks, but I usually double the rehabilitation time the doctor says. I will wear my post-op shoe for 6 weeks and stay off of it as much as possible.” Bunion Dancer, you know your body and history of rehab better than anyone, but I... (240 replies)

... Just to give you an idea, I had surgery in April and was on crutches for 6 weeks. ... (8 replies)
... I guess I'm lucky then! No never had PT and though I had a neuroma and just had my third foot surgery to remove it, my recovery from my last bunionectomy was easy enough. ... (8 replies)
... did you have bunion surgery on one foot or both? ... (19 replies)
... I'm an actress and dancer and yes, on occasion I wear heels for a role or for an audition. No one makes me wear them, but sometimes I do. ... (19 replies)
... I"m a dancer and will be getting bunion surgery(chevron) on august 18th. How long will it take to recover and when will I be able to actually dance on it? I figure my doc will give me a very conservative timeframe, I wonder what experiences all of you had in contrast to what your doc told you? (2 replies)
... I hope it's okay to take a kind of poll on how those of you who had surgery for a problem similair to mine fared after surgery. About four years ago my right toe which always had a small bunion turned into a big bunion. ... (14 replies)
Jul 24, 2008
... I am hoping some of you can help me with pronation questions. I had bunion surgery last year and since then I am much more careful about how I take care of my body, especially my feet. ... (5 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on my right foot 5 years ago and am pain free. ... (90 replies)
... that would have been terrible!! After that I have to have bunion surgery on both feet...but im going to see if I can postpone that until after college. Haha...oh goodness I hate my feet, BUT slowly but surely they are getting better! ... (48 replies)
... Mind you, as a dancer I have very stretchy hamstrings. I can do crunches with both legs elevated. ... (23 replies)
... i totally agree with dancer. if there is a lot of walking then gym shoes would be the best as thy are structured. (3 replies)
... hi dancer, i think 5 months is a long time not to be able to wear shoes. i cant remember what kind of bunion surgery you had. i had toe fusion and i am still trying to wear heels and the cute shoes before i had this surgery. i would not give up if i were you. ... (2 replies)
... from my experience, one year out, it was worth it. i was a dancer for 9 years and wore very tightly fitting shoes and i also was a runner on my school track team, so my feet got a lot of abuse. ... (16 replies)
... two chevron osteotomies with tendon lengthening and shaving down the bump. After my first surgery I knew something was wrong because I couldn't move my big toe. ... (14 replies)
... I had this surgery done because I am a musical theatre dancer and singer, I have danced 30 years now, and I was constantly getting neuroma's, due to my bunions compressing my other joints, It of course got worse and worse. ... (1 replies)
... Brenda that is great about the shoe!! Sharon back to work after 3 weeks! Wow! Dancer those are some long days for sure! Juliet great progress since January! Ashby I will be thinking about in the coming weeks! Good luck on your surgery! ... (155 replies)
Sesamoid pain
Jun 22, 2008
... hat she created using sticky ace bandages and padding...I just slide it on and off. This has helped somewhat. But my concern is that I had this pain before the surgery where another doctor had told me it was the sesamoids, so that's what I've been going by. ... (11 replies)

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