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... Bunion surgery takes a long process to return you to normal. ... (7 replies)
... I had a Wilsons Osteotomy, bone cut staright accross and screw put in at an angle to hold both part of bone together, screw will stay in permanently but I have one that is protruding and surgeon said that if it bothers me when I am wearing an ordinary shoe that he will remove it at one of his clinics. ... (18 replies)
... I had the austin cut and had 1 pin in my foot for about 4 weeks. The doc decided to let me have the pin to secure the new cut instead of a screw. ... (18 replies)

... I'm a 22 yr old female, and have always had foot issues. ... (1 replies)
... or both feet to maintain an even pelvis. ... (23 replies)
... Am now 42, and feet have been pretty good up until this last year or so. ... (11 replies)
... did you have bunion surgery on one foot or both? ... (19 replies)
... Hi there. I got both done at the same time. Since doing that, I have discovered this board and found out many more things about bunion surgery than I knew before I had my surgery. ... (12 replies)
... Am healthy, no meds, scheduled for surgery for above in May. In your experience both feet at one time or one foot at a time. Logic deems one foot as you need the other to balance. Is post op painful? ... (0 replies)
... I have bunions on both feet and after seeing 2 podiatrists, I have decided to schedule my R foot, scarf bunionectomy, in the fall, with the L one scheduled about 10 weeks later. I am a cyclist, so don't want to have the surgery until almost, the end of cycling season. ... (0 replies)
... I have had foot pain for so long, that I don't know what it is to be without it. I am 60 yrs old, and in good health. I am a massage therapist and DH and i are avid cyclist. ... (7 replies)
... done on both feet 21 yrs ago by a top podiatrist with minimal incision technique and the fact that bunions and foot problems which I told him about run on my mom's side of the family. I started developing bunions at the age of 12 or so if you can believe it. ... (8 replies)
... Have been considering bunion surgery for quite a few years. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Linda, so glad to hear that your feet are coming along well and that your company paid for the operations, you have worked hard for them so you deserved this. ... (18 replies)
... op for me. I had a moderate bunion and a tailor bunion removed on one foot, and small bunion and tailor bunion removed from the other. I have a pin in each foot where the tailor bunion was and a pin in my left foot where the larger bunion was. ... (10 replies)
... I understand your nervousness about having both feet done. I felt the same as you a couple of weeks ago and almost cancelled my surgery I was so afraid. ... (11 replies)
... then I would have asked my doctor when I can drive again. Maybe then I would have needed his permission. I read on the internet once, on a site for a foot clinic, and it said that you can't drive until you can make a quick emergency stop. ... (10 replies)
... bunionectomy one bunion on each foot, one taylors bunion, baby hammer toe, and two corns removed, way harder to deal with than a single. ... (20 replies)
... I had a very similar surgery like you. I'm 20 yrs old and I also had my bunion cut at the side with my big toes broken and realigned with a temporary screw. My surgery was done Oct. 2 and today marks my 6th week post. ... (14 replies)
... I think Alice is walking or doing a dangerous amount of movements. Hopefully she can calm down. ... (14 replies)


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