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... Do not get "minimally invasive" bunion surgery. I say this for several reasons. ... (4 replies)
... I just had my own bunion surgery the day before yesterday. ... (16 replies)
... I know this question is similar to how long is a piece of string ! I am due to have Bunion Surgery where by they break and reset by big toe, and the foot bone and removing the bunion. Putting in screws to hold it all together. ... (13 replies)

... The surgery I had 3 months ago. ... (4 replies)
... mins. It is very humbling. I was more aware walking the NYC streets yesterday of all kinds of people with canes and crutches. Never really paid much attention before. ... (240 replies)
... Hi Teddie, Thanks for replying :) 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! I understand what you mean about your tendons, I have had mine repositioned. I was also told to rest a lot and heel walk. I never felt the need to ice it, but I still have to... (240 replies)
... n any pain now, the stitches will pull from time to time. You seemed to be doing very well. I must say you are truly brave going back to work, and I have been to NYC and the morning rush hour is no different to ours! ... (240 replies)
... my done years ago for which I felt like the world of nursing would die if I did not return. I did the same thing with the other foot. Along, with a little poor surgery and some bad decisions on my part to rush things I am right back in the same boat. ... (240 replies)
... Lauracorey: I think that is an outrageous amount of money to be charged. However, I can believe it because I went to see an Ortho in a well-known NYC Hospital and the charge for the office visit and 3 X-rays came out to $735 (my insurance paid $85). When I got the bill from the hospital, they even tacked on a $27 NYS surcharge. I called them and asked if they were now... (6 replies)
... for two weeks and will set up definite surgery appointment then. ... (16 replies)
... What a great group...you all are making me feel so much better about the up-coming surgery! In fact, I am printing up all the posts and whipping them out to read every time I start to have cowardly thoughts. The surgery, according to the doctor, will take two hours and I will be able to go home the same day. Another plus factor is I am only about 8 blocks away from the... (16 replies)
... once the surgery is done I will just have to deal with whatever comes up. It is so comforting to have a source of support here that I can tap into from my computer. Thanks! ... (16 replies)
... urch group or work group,etc, perhaps they can help out during the first few days. Perhaps someone you met on one of your trips would like a week's free room in NYC to help you when you need it and see the sites? ... (16 replies)
... t is no joke. im so frustrated,i thought i was going to be able to jog or at least speed walk by now..i dont want to say i regret having it done..not yet anyway. nyc has some great doctors and im surprised that they would even consider your surgery..im 42 yrs old and my doctor was trying to talk me out of it. ... (16 replies)
... I am 63 years old and the only surgery I have ever had was a tonsilectomy at age 5. ... (16 replies)
... Hey nycgal00, i'm in nyc too... ... (27 replies)
Bunions in NYC
Feb 7, 2006
... Hello! My name is Sharon. I had bunion surgery on my right foot in October 04. I wasn't particularly happy with the outcome or the podiatrist for that matter. ... (7 replies)
... and I have my left foot scheduled for mid February. I am so glad to get this over with. The surgery was simple and straightforward.. the only complication I had was a bad reaction to a painkiller. ... (27 replies)
... I had the austin bunionectomy on 10/22. He also did cartilage work and tendon work. I would classify my pain as mild. I kept it iced and elevated the first 3 days. The 4th day I walked a little and gradually added on. I went back to work on the 10th day. I am just over 5 weeks post op now and doing very well. I wore a shoe for a few hours this afternoon instead of my... (8 replies)
... I went back to work on the 10th day. I walked slow, but I did it. It was not that bad. And I am 45, I assume you are younger since you mention classes. Talk to your doctor about that, he should be able to tell you whether you can do it or not. Every doctor does things differently. I was very lucky to have a great one who had me walking on Day 3. Jane in NYC (4 replies)




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