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... I had surgery performed by a podiatrist and am very happy with the result. ... (12 replies)
... I hope it helps you in your decision an helps you in your recovery. I'll add info from time to time. Feel free to comment or add anything if you wish. Everyone has a different experience but my only goal here is to share what I know. ... (0 replies)
... I've been meaning to get back to you for awhile now, but anyways, here I am. As far as choosing between a podiatrist and orthopedic surgeon, I would say an ortho and one who specializes in the foot and ankle. That is just my opinion. ... (9 replies)

... and there are no guarantees, but you're likely to get good results with a skilled and experienced podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon. ... (17 replies)
... I had my bunionectomy done as day surgery, same as mmarino53. ... (9 replies)
... What was the severity of your bunion and did you have a simple surgery done with realighnment of the joint and removal of the bump and pins etc or did you have a more elaborate surgery performed. Sorry for all the questions...... ... (9 replies)
... I had a big bunion also that was killing me so I had a big surgery in June 2007. Firstly, if you have'nt done it yet, you may want to go out and get a silicone gel wedge to go between your big toe and your second toe. Get one for the other foot if that is a problem too. ... (9 replies)
... rtant element. I drove after I think 4 weeks. The problem with driving before that is I had a really hard time putting my feet down for more than just a minute or two because the blood would flow there really rapidly and throb like crazy. ... (6 replies)
... a desk.My foot has also been swelling if it hasn't been elevated for a period of time. Luckily my work have been very understanding, as my fusion was a salvage surgery of a bunion removal i had in Dec 2002, i think work are just glad that i'll soon be pain free and finally have no more foot problems. ... (12 replies)
... I am sorry to hear that you had bad results from your bunion surgery and I understand your need to vent. I can relate because I have had bad results from bunion surgery on both feet twice with 2 different surgeons. ... (61 replies)
... Podiatrist or Orthopedic surgeon? ... (8 replies)
... So, polishing or caring for my toes makes them look more like fingers. In general, I ignore my feet whenever possible and don't wear sandals, except when on the beach. ... (94 replies)
... I have seen two podiatrists and one orthopedic surgeon. I have Morton's neuroma in both of my feet. I have had cortisone injections and wear custom orthotics. ... (8 replies)
Bunions for life?
Jun 20, 2006
... but have had bunions since i was in my late teens. i saw a podiatrist about 12 years ago, who told me that 1. he could cut off the bunions, but they'd only grow back, and 2. the pain in my toes was arthritis... ... (10 replies)
... and I finally decided to start posting messages for support, to vent, etc. You are the first person I have seen posting that has ended up with hallux varus after bunion surgery and I can relate because I ended up with that as well on the left foot.And that was on the redo! ... (13 replies)
... I am 42 years old and was told by a podiatrist that I have a bunion on my left foot. I've never heard much about buions, so did not know what questions to ask. ... (1 replies)
... I personally recommend a very experienced podiatrist who has done a lot of foot surgeries. ... (6 replies)


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