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... eone here in Seattle that does the procedure you had, but so far no luck, and the surgeons I have been to for a consultations differ in their advice, one I had a surgery appt' for the Sept 30th, who was going to shave the bunion down and take care of the hammertoe at the same time. ... (19 replies)
... i have been thinking about you and your surgery , did you have it yet, and if so, how are you doing? ... (19 replies)
... what type of surgery did you have? ... (17 replies)

... I had my first bunion surgery at 19 too! ... (14 replies)
... The problem in the US is that bunion surgery has very little monetary return for most orthopaedic surgeons which is why they , for lack of better words, "pawn" it off to podiatrists. ... (2 replies)
... it really is a very good procedure, quick recovery and also minimally invasive in respect of work and lifestyle. mr. budgen and clinic staff are lovely and the care and follow up has been excellent. ... (4 replies)
... For me personally, I had one of the more invasive procedures on my feet. ... (11 replies)
... I am now nearly 6 months post surgery and everything is well healed and working well. ... (19 replies)
... he whole time though. I will be back in a regular shoe with orthotic next week. I did have two metatarsals shortened which is why my recovery is longer than less invasive surgeries. ... (23 replies)
... th metatarsals. The bunion was big, but wasn't really causing much pain, and was not the primary reason for the surgery I just had... ... (5 replies)
... Bunions can redevelop, you can lose motion in your big toes, there can be complications from surgery....not to mention the fact that this is a very invasive surgery that will leave you totally dependent on others for weeks at a time. ... (8 replies)
... I also had a bunion surgery gone wrong, and I am having another surgery in 2 weeks. I completely understand where you are coming from! ... (8 replies)
... Hi! I was just wondering if anyone out there has any experience in seeking some form of restitution for a bunion surgery gone wrong. Let me begin with saying that I am in no way shape or form sue happy!!!! ... (8 replies)
... I had one foot Austin chevron osteotomy w/bumpectomy, tendon release, absorbable sutures, and pin that was removed at 4 wks postop I have a few completely unofficial theories about bunion surgery (from other posts and my online research) 1. bumpectomies - apparently just shave off the bump This was offered to me by one podiatrist that was recommended to me by someone I... (6 replies)
4 weeks postop
Aug 21, 2003
... Your surgery was simply not as involved as many ours have been. That's why your recovery was so much faster. ... (5 replies)
... It depends on the type of surgery you're getting. The way I understand it, the severity of the bunion is what determines which surgery they do. ... (5 replies)


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