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... I had bunion surgery six weeks ago for a moderate bunion. Two weeks after the surgery I was hospitalized for four days with cellulitis. The infection got better but as soon as I started walking my foot became swollen and very painful. ... (0 replies)
... hammertoe surgery and have been doing the big toe exercises for a week. I was told not to be afraid to force the toe to the maximum range of motion. It hurts! But I was told that if it doesn't hurt then I'm not pushing far enough. You have to get that joint's flexibility back. ... (2 replies)
... surgery. I am doing the range of motion exercises but can't believe the pain and swelling they are causing. ... (2 replies)

... downwards. I'm starting to get concerned about that as I'd really like to get as much range of motion as possible back. Am I just being too impatient? ... (1 replies)
... hour surgery ended up being 8 hours. I've written posts about the healing process from my perspective which you should be able to see under old posts. ... (13 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 just under four weeks post bunion surgery. My main issue is the sweling that prevents me from wearing dress shoes. ... (9 replies)
... Tomorrow is day 21 and I am feeling quite well. I am doing range of motion three times a day and I am on Aleve twice a day. ... (2 replies)
... don't be shy. They MUST tell you what kind of surgery will be done. ... (23 replies)
... I am in my 4.5 weeks after surgery and really started big toe exercise today. ... (21 replies)
... op and recovering pretty well. I believe this is due to tons of elevating I did early on. I am back to work in 1 week and will just have to see how it goes. I am going to try to sit as much as possible. ... (21 replies)
... This is a very personal decision. My foot hurt, but I could live with with it and I wanted some range of motion in my toe for dancing as long as possible. My podiatrist knew that I did NOT want the joint fused and agreed not to do it. ... (14 replies)
... t I could no longer stand my ugly and painful bunions....so I decided that I would see a doctor and find out what my options are. My first dilemma was what kind of doctor should I go to? ... (5 replies)
... I'm a 34 year old female and I had bunion surgery on my left foot in early December, so I'm about 10 weeks ahead of you in the healing process. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Dany1972, I had bunion surgery about two and a half months ago and am going through the same torture you described (very little range of motion on the big toe etc). I worry that I'll never be able to wear normal shoes or heels again. I wanted to know how have you recovered and if you are back to normal routine of wearing regular shoes/heels etc. Thanks. tivocal. (24 replies)
... Im 31 years old female and I had bunion surgery done on my right foot on Feb 21, 2011. Its been two and a half months since my surgery and I still can't walk properly. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Amberboo, What kind of surgery did you have- a bunionectomy or a joint fusion? Did you go to any physical therapy? After having a surgery as traumatic as this, you will lose a lot of Range of Motion (ROM) and you NEED therapy to get your ROM back. If you didn't have a joint fusion, there's no reason you shouldn't be able to work on increasing your ROM (24 replies)
... bunion surgery now and have already scheduled my other foot for 4 weeks from today! ... (10 replies)
... T. It should help with range of motion. ... (4 replies)
... I didn't find this out until a few days ago after my last doctor's visit. My doctor says that everything is looking great and that I have a better range of motion than they expected even for long term, but I cant' bend it down, in a curling motion. ... (4 replies)


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