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... Bunion surgery takes a long process to return you to normal. ... (7 replies)
... My surgeon is called Martin Klinke. I don't know if he specialises in bunion surgery. ... (3 replies)
... some are for bunion surgery and the others against. I believe that the surgeon and his team can also make a difference. ... (3 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)
... I was wondering the same thing myself. I had Bunion surgery in August. I have have insurance but still had to pay what was not covered. ... (6 replies)
... My doctor will not do a double surgery -- only one at a time. If you want both at once he'll send you elsewhere. I will be having my first one this winter and the estimated cost is $8000. Of that I will be paying the $15 co-pay for anestesia and the copay for prescriptions. A pretty good deal, I think ;-) I have CareFirst insurance under (I THINK) a PPO type plan. (7 replies)
... HI thankyou so much for your quick responses It really helped me out alot. I do have health insurance but its for emergency hospital visits only. Can you tell me what kind of insurance you guys have so that i can maybe upgrade mines. ... (7 replies)
... I had a pretty good bunion experience and am opting to do the other foot in January. I cannot imagine doing both at once. It is a difficult and frustrating recovery in the beginning. ... (7 replies)
... Hi! I had both feet done in January. I am glad that I had both feet done at the same time, but I wouldn't do it again! I could not walk at all for 3 days. i couldn't stand the blood rushing to my feet. My husband carried me everywhere for the first three days, with my feet straight out! I am talking to the bathroom, to the couch, to the chair, to bed...everywhere. ... (7 replies)
... My insurance covered the surgery in full. I take it you do not have any insurance? ... (7 replies)
... Welcome, I have no idea, my insurance covered every penny :) (5 replies)
... Have seen this question floating around a while ago. Will let you know more when i get statements from my insurance company!! ... (0 replies)
... onths to see a surgeon in the public system for a couple of minutes, and could get hardly any info out of him, it's like a circus there. I don't want to have any surgery done in the public system, not this kind of surgery, it will be done by a trainee, but I don't have insurance. ... (9 replies)
... Hello everyone, I have a weird, but timely question that I hope you can help me with. I'm in open season for health benefits and trying to pick a plan. :confused: I know I will have to have my 2nd bunion surgery next year (1st one in 2008 went well, so glad I did it!) and am trying to understand what I can expect to pay out of pocket. Of course, each plan is different --... (1 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)
... p. There is nothing wrong with you trying to get the best care possible and to get another opinion to verify you are or aren't getting the proper care. This will cost you a few dollars but if you don't address it now, it may cost you more in the long run. ... (6 replies)
... The adductor hallucis tendon is usually cut in almost all bunion surgeries where the great toe is "leaning" laterally. A lot of doctors don't even mention this step as it is just part of the procedure. ... (24 replies)
... and it really messed me up worse. I tried to sue but the cap laws and doc's insurance company won before it got started. I then developed RSD and that complicated things ten fold...it is incurable too. ... (28 replies)
... Yes, it depends on the type of surgery you're having. ... (5 replies)




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