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... Canadian podiatrists do not have hospital privileges. They do surgery in their offices where they are not subject to peer evaluation. ... (14 replies)
... I think I may have made a big mistake. I may have allowed my podiatrist do simple bunion surgery on my feet when I should have had Decompression Osteotomy surgery. I would like to hear what people here have to say. ... (6 replies)
... Two for the price of one. ... (8 replies)

... and generic brands have the exact same ingredients as the name brands, the only difference being the price! Keep in mind that the first two to three days after surgery are the worst in terms of pain. ... (2 replies)
... I agree. When I had it done 21 yrs ago, he charged me roughly $1700-1800 per foot. Now I hear some of the top podiatrists in Toronto charging between $3000-5000 per foot. Here in Toronto it is not covered by OHIP or private insurance. I paid it all on my own upfront. When I went back to see him before going with an OS, he said he would do the procedure again and knock... (4 replies)
... year, I kept my foot elevated as much as I could to give the healing a chance, I now am another 8 weeks with only partial weight bearing but consider it a small price to pay for being able to wear nice sandals in the summer. ... (18 replies)
... had a double bunionectomy done in 2004 by a Podiatrist, along with a 2nd toe being pinned on my right foot. After that surgery, I vowed I would never, ever have surgery again by a Podiatrist. Please be sure you have the best doctor for your surgery. If you haven't yet, please try to find an Ortho. ... (3 replies)
... will be at the hospital the day of surgery since the Doc needs an adult to talk to afterwords and he will help me out at my nieces the first day and a half or two days. ... (21 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)
... urgery. I didn't realize the wider toe box until after I'd bought them but it worked out so well because they were the only shoes I could get my foot in with my bunion splint thingie that I had to wear. ... (9 replies)
... hammertoe surgery on both of my feet at the same time. I have absolutely no regrets about having it all done at once. ... (17 replies)
... very time we went anyplace, I had to decide what to wear based strictly on what shoes I thought I could wear for how long. I was buying bandages, mole skin, and bunion pads galore, but they helped only for so long. If I wanted to spend the rest of my life never going anywhere, then I would have been okay. ... (14 replies)
... Yeah, the recovery time has been longer than expected but I can already get around much better than before so it's a small price to pay for a long term solution to a problem that's been plaguing me for years. ... (14 replies)
... now I am paying the price big time. ... (9 replies)
... and sat outside. It helps to keep the spirits up! But...I did pay a little price for being up that tiny bit more and my foot was more painful last night. So I've been VERY careful today. ... (15 replies)
Plantar Fascitis
Jun 16, 2004
... I will be getting orthotics after bunion surgery. ... (21 replies)
... My bone growth stimulator is also made by EBI. I started using mine in September for an earlier surgery and then I used the same one for my surgery in February. ... (16 replies)
... s postings and I know you have had one heck of a time with your foot surgeries as well. I didn't realize that you also used a bone growth stimulator. I think the price of the BGS probably depends on where you live and on the contract between your health insurance company and the medical device company. ... (16 replies)

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