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... Hello Everyone! I wanted to write an update on my bunion surgery recovery since this forum was a huge resource for me the days and weeks following my surgery. ... (4 replies)
... weeks post op to my bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (0 replies)
... union. I go back to doctor tomorrow for my 8 week check up. I'm still totally NWB. It's been tough but hopefully the end is in sight. I'm glad your surgery went well! ... (17 replies)

... op, and can honestly say it wasn't that bad. My bunion was moderately severe, with the second toe affected and general metatarsal discomfort radiating to the outer ankle. ... (17 replies)
... The recovery really depends on the type of procedure you have. For example, a Chevron is usually be faster than a Scarf which in turns is faster than a Lapidus. ... (1 replies)
... hi skyking, how soon after surgery did you start doing exercises? ... (50 replies)
... t have to have further surgery and at the end of the day it is only an insole that will help me walk. ... (240 replies)
... I am new to this site and have been reading postings about bunion surgery. This is my first posting. ... (8 replies)
... You have just begun to exercise your toe, don't panic. Keep doing the exercises and you will see progress. Once you are in a sneaker and are allowed to walk small distances, focus on using the proper gait. ... (21 replies)
... on my left foot six weeks ago today. I was in a sneaker at four weeks. I have one screw in each bone. This recovery is different from my last surgery, which was technically the same, on the right foot, but with temporary pins which were removed at four weeks. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks for the advise about massaging. I will now do it more often as well as the toe excercising. I have 4 wedding in the upcoming year & I have no idea what type of shoe to wear to them. Fullersloane (4 replies)
... Congrats and welcome to the road of recovery post bunion surgery. It will take quite a long time for your toe to go back to the "normal" state and strength. ... (4 replies)
... My surgery was different in that I had a temporary pin on either side. ... (10 replies)
... Mine was an hour but there were two proceedures done on that foot. The nurses try to wake you as soon as you come out of surgery so your only groggy for a bit. I found this for you on my search. ... (29 replies)
... I will hold off doing any exercises until I see my doctor at the two week point. ... (8 replies)
... Don't be subjected to the negative influences of other people when deciding to have the surgery or not. People were telling me how aweful, terrible, how long the recovery was, how I would not walk for months, how this and how that....I knew a friend who, they said this...it goes on and on. ... (0 replies)
... people person, being home alone all the time has really gotten me very depressed. I am NOT a depressed person at all! My physical therapist told me before the surgery that recovery from this type of surgery is one of the toughest you can experience. I believe him now! ... (20 replies)
... There are days when things may not be going so well, just pull out the old photo and you will feel it's all worth it. Plus it's good to keep track of how your recovery goes. ... (87 replies)
... Don't forget that the idea of elevating your feet is to keep them above your heart level at all times. The more you keep your feet elevated, the quicker the recovery will be as the swelling will be less. ... (87 replies)
... I am trying to remember if your second toe had the pin in after hammertoe surgery or not. Do you know which exact technique was done on your second toe to correct for hammertoe? ... (18 replies)


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