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... My surgeon is called Martin Klinke. I don't know if he specialises in bunion surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I dont suffer from pain unless I wear closed shoes or in high heels or on my feet for a long period. This is not normal and I do want to feel normal. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply. Could you pls tell me the name of the surgeon that you are going to go with and are you using insurance? sorry what does W0462 mean? :( (3 replies)

... I'm based in the UK and scheduled to have PTTD surgery next month. I did quite a lot of research before choosing my surgeon and I've selected the London Foot and Ankle Centre. ... (3 replies)
... at dress shoes since I got the go ahead to walk without crutches and my foot was always too swollen and it hurt a bit on the incision area, although the swelling in general is minimal. The thing is, I always tried on flat dress shoes at around 4pm, and that is when the swelling kicks in, kind of like puffy feet! ... (240 replies)
... trainers after all that toe pulling! I was so happy, plus it is a bit easier to walk in sneaker. ... (240 replies)
... Thanks for explaining the toe exercises in detail. ... (240 replies)
... Yu, I Live in London, and it is getting cold here! ... (16 replies)
... I'm sure your surgery will go fine. Good thing the surgeoon is going ahead with it. I can imagine you are nervous but I bet you will be happy when all is said and done. ... (16 replies)
... I'm very glad to be able to be an encouragement. Amazing, isn't it, so easily chatting about a mutual problem with me in Chicago and you in London? ... (16 replies)
... n't done any surgery. Very concerned about my feet as on both feet, and on one foot have three on 3 different toes. very ashamed to show my feet. i also am based in london could you suggest best place to get surgery and approx how much it will cost. ... (13 replies)
... I have been reading your threads with interest and notice you are in London area. ... (18 replies)
... I sure did have a rough night and I am glad it's over. Right now my foot and incision is itching a lot and all I can do is dream about putting it in cold water! ... (240 replies)
... and having to have them out thereafter if they cause any problems, I am absolutely petrified of hospitals, pain and needles, and opting for surgery proves just how desperate I am. ... (17 replies)
... Hello, i had a surgery in Uk too!! ... (32 replies)
... Hey yep I am 12weeks post op. The physio made me walk around 12 hrs after my op. I was in agony and fainted. And then I got really sick for the next few days. Hence why I had to stay in hosp. But I don't find hosp physio that great.. ... (64 replies)
... Hey Eyelure, don't think we get that in the UK unfortunately. Would be great though!!! ... (64 replies)
... Was not a typical neuroma doc said in that he found a mass of soft tissue in that space with lots of nerves running through it. ... (14 replies)
... Sunday night. I thought I'd ripped my stitches so went to Accident and Emergency and the nurse unwrapped everything on my right foot, which had the more serious surgery on it. I was almost too nervous to look but when I did, I couldn't believe what I saw. ... (64 replies)

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