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... and am 4 weeks post op. I had a number of things done to my foot as opposed to the standard one or two. The bunion was cut out, and the large toe repositioned using a staple and a pin which will stay in. The second toe was hammertoed and overlapping. ... (1 replies)
... tually more painful than the main bunion. I was also given a 6 week recovery, and have been in a boot thus far, and likely will for another 10 days or so, making 4 weeks. This stuff is all case by case though....everyone's experience is SOOO different! ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I have stairs and went up and down on my butt until I was free to walk on my foot. So I guess I would say I started walking up and down at about 4 to 5 weeks after recovery. But I could have heel walked them after two weeks, I just found it easier and safer to wait. ... (6 replies)

... Wearing the walking boot, I felt comfortable doing a flight of stairs at 4 weeks post-op. I had an austin bunionectomy and was able to walk in my boot almost directly after the procedure. I only needed crutches for the first few days following surgery. (6 replies)
... Exactly 4 weeks from my surgery, the xrays looked good. Swelling still there but not as much as before. ... (50 replies)
... It has been 4 weeks this coming Wed. I seem to be healing a little slower than most. As I mentioned, I am 53 so I'm sure age is a part of it. ... (50 replies)
... I STARTED THEREPY 4 WEEKS AFTER SURGERY. MY DR. JUMPED ALL OVER ME BECAUSE I HAD VERY LITTLE RANGE OF MOTION IN MY BIG TOE. START EXERCISING EARLY AS DR. ... (50 replies)
... weeks post op, from my bunionectomy, and I barely hobbled around the first 4 weeks. Only pain free, when I iced and elevated my foot. The soft cast boot helped me to run errands, but I wasn't on my foot for long. ... (9 replies)
... I made it around the block by 4 weeks and could walk about a mile by 8 weeks. ... (9 replies)
... and surgical sandles for 4 weeks. Also no horseback riding for 3 months. Don't know about the driving yet. ... (7 replies)
... work does not offer disability insurance so I'm back in the office today and am feeling awful. I have an external pin that is in my foot and won't come out until 4 weeks post op. I've still not seen my physician since the surgery as my first appointment is this wednesday to remove stitches. ... (5 replies)
... At the very least you need to spend 4 weeks off of your feet. ... (4 replies)
... weeks from date of surgery as well. ... (4 replies)
... weeks post op to my bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (0 replies)
... down to bathroom....puhleeze! But what can we say...we must all endure the NWB period. I still have several more weeks of this. I agree about the constipation part... ... (2 replies)
... The first four days out of surgery were not terrible. Not so much painful as a feeling of a lot of pressure and a throbbing. ... (2 replies)
... lateral no less, so you should be limping. The hard sole surgery shoe acts as a splint, and essentially prevents your foot from moving and bending to help your bones heal. ... (8 replies)
... I am almost 4 weeks into my recovery. My doc wants me to start wearing shoes for no more than an hour a day for now. ... (0 replies)
... op left toe bunionectomy. I know I have a long recovery ahead. 6 months to a year is what I am mostly reading for full recovery. However, I am struggling with when to go back to work and how I am going to manage. ... (21 replies)
Bunion surgery
Feb 2, 2012
... I agree about doctors not telling you about recovery time. ... (2 replies)


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