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... should have in your legs from the hips on down and I speak from experience. I had such flat feet the one of them rolled in and I also had horrible bunions. Had bunion surgery years ago and had I known then what I have learned, I NEVER would have let the surgeon near me. ... (5 replies)
... I'm not sure if your question is for me or kasey10, but I'll answer. I was off of my feet for several days and then started hobbling around keeping surgical sandals on at all times. ... (3 replies)
... What kind of surgery did you have? ... (3 replies)

... hopefully! I will be in a cast to start off with, then the big plastic boot. ... (8 replies)
... this fall. The lapidus procedure comes with 6 weeks off your feet. What can I do to prepare for this? ... (8 replies)
... I think it depends on the TYPE of foot surgery. I was back to work after two weeks with my recent implant surgery. Bunion surgery seems to take six to eight weeks. Other types of surgery I'm not sure of. ... (13 replies)
... How long will I be off work? ... (6 replies)
... Well, I am 8 weeks post bunion surgery... And was wondering if others are still having horrible pain when trying to wear a shoe? ... (4 replies)
... The coldness may be due to the clotting of the blood due to less activity. Exercises can be done only after the foot gets healed. You can start with the manipulation exercises which will help in the movement of the toes. Then as day by day it becomes stronger you can use resistance band that will help for stretching and make sure that the exercise is not painful. (19 replies)
... I'm 3 weeks post bunion osteotomy and tailors bunion ostotomy on left foot. ... (19 replies)
... Okay so I am having bunion surgery 4 weeks this thursday on valentines day! How romantic! ... (4 replies)
... I'm a newbe here but am enjoying reading the posts. In March or April of 2013, I will be having bunion surgery. Why am I waiting so long? ... (5 replies)
... ould be. Didn't get the stitches out yet..hopefully next Thursday when I go back. I asked if I can go back to work, and he laughed. Said I will most likely be off the rest of the year. He told me to keep doing exactly what I have been because there is minimal swelling. ... (6 replies)
... I have 2 screws that will stay inside my foot. The surgery went great and I have been in very little pain. I only have taken a few pain meds. I have been walking in a surgical boot since leaving the hospital. ... (6 replies)
... I went back to work after ONE WEEK. ... (21 replies)
... HI there i have been to the podiatrist today in acomb and have been referred to mr budgen for surgery.i am worried how long i will need off work and if he will do both feet together,did you have a general or local? ... (4 replies)
... Have been considering bunion surgery for quite a few years. ... (0 replies)
... ck leave 6 months full and 6 months half pay although I only used a few months and then retired I have only been retired about 7 weeks so looking forward to nice long walks with the dogs and wearing pretty sandals, the right foot has a bit to go yet. ... (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. My first week back was still tired and my coworkers were nice and went easy on me for my workload. ... (18 replies)
... Dr. S' said there is a 'bone stimulator' that he would recommend before going back in for surgery. It may help the bone heal. If that did not work I would have to have another surgery. This is the doctor I will go see for a second opinion. ... (14 replies)

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