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... I am assuming they either shaved or cut the bunions. Not sure about cutting the bone through. I had a bunion on the big toe towards the top of the toe and had a metatarsal bunion. My Doc removed both and He also had to realign the big toe and joint and he said he would be moving the ligament. ... (4 replies)
... Was the bunion shaved off? ... (4 replies)
... Has anyone had a cortisone shot to help with the flexibility of the great toe joint after bunion surgery? ... (1 replies)

... The swelling has been bad as expected with full wieght bearing, but the real pain is in the ball of my foot and my big toe does not lie flat, but rather sits elevated. I think the ball of the foot under the big toe is swollen so that may be the cause? ... (3 replies)
... I am 4 weeks post op...had a procedure called a Keller arthroplasty for bone spurs and arthritis of the big toe, and have just begun some manual exercises. ... (0 replies)
... s still healing nearly a year later. and later in day when feet are hotter, a bit of swelling, not really noticeable too much. my family doc suggested i get busy bending the toe a couple weeks after surgery, but the podiatrist felt it wouldnt change anything! but now i still cant 'curl' my toe downward. ... (50 replies)
... I went to a very good running store for shoes, I told them of my bunion surgery, and they suggested the Brooks Ariel running shoe. You won't be doing any running anytime soon, but they are also good for walking. ... (2 replies)
... or kept pushing me to start putting weight on the foot. I had been walking on the side and heel only and had told her that it was very painful to walk FWB. The toe wasn't bending, it was horribly swollen, and the incision site was so very very painful. ... (40 replies)
... re pliable. You are also supposed to desensitize the scar, by rubbing it with a rough towel or something similar. As far as range of motion, I've also bent the toe area back and forth. ... (22 replies)
... I am now 11 weeks post op and I still wouldn't dream of running on a treadmill! dbgoalie, you made me laugh! I have a mini exercise bike where you sit on a normal chair. ... (240 replies)
... bunions are not caused by heels, but exacerbated by heels, with the origin of the bunion coming from faulty mechanics of the foot. ... (240 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy 3 weeks ago. There was also extensive arthritis in the toe area and on another bone on the top of my foot that was scraped. I also had a titanium rod inserted where the big toe bends. ... (10 replies)
... I am 7 weeks post Chevorn Bunionectomy and tailor bunion surgery. Absorbable screw in big toe only w absorbable stitches. ... (8 replies)
... Returned for my 8 week post op check up. No longer have to wear the boot so the very next day wore my "real" shoes to work. ... (8 replies)
... Hi! I too am at 6 weeks post op, still have some pain bearing full weight on my foot. Still have a bit of a limp. ... (9 replies)
... my doctor hadn't even noticed it until I pointed it out to him when he was going over possible complications from surgery and mentioned scarring and asked if I had a tendency to scar badly. He took one look at it and said, "okay, you don't scar. ... (2 replies)
... I am 8 months post op and have the same problem. My big toe will not lie flat on the ground and sticks up off the floor. ... (9 replies)
... I put pressure on the bulge that was the reforming bunion deformity and literally felt the bone move back into straight alignment, and it looks a lot straighter too. ... (0 replies)
... My surgery was Sept 14 and I still hurt with every step of walking. ... (14 replies)
... In aug 2007 I had my first surgery for a bunion. I did not have pain but was recommended by my doctor to have it done now, if I let it go much longer my recovery will be worse. ... (22 replies)

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