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... My big toe still has some ROM issues. Just keep working it by bending it up and down by the joint. I didnt have physical therapy. The bending was all my Dr. wanted me to do. ... (50 replies)
... healed. I have almost no range of motion in my big toe. I really need to work on it but it is hard and I don't see much progress even after physical therapy 2X per wk. ... (50 replies)
... I think your surgery was more complicated than mine. I did not need a boot. ... (50 replies)

... Doctor recommended physical therapy as well. I probably should have been doing it already but the toe has been so sore. I will go try it on Thursday. ... (50 replies)
... My recovery was a little slower than expected. I guess I have "soft bones" so that slowed down progress from crutches to boot to walking. ... (50 replies)
... Booredwalker, how long after surgery did you begin your physical therapy? ... (50 replies)
... weeks on crutches. After that it was a process of recovery, physical therapy.. about 3 months before I was walking "normally". I've had a difficult recovery though. My toe did NOT want to bend normally until about 9 months out no matter what I did. ... (11 replies)
... I've been lurking and reading through past posts of others' experiences and am here to post with my question. So hello fellow bunion surgery survivors! ... (1 replies)
... My surgery was March 2012. I was in an air filled "astronaut" boot for the first 4 weeks and then a hard soled velcro sandal for another 5 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... the younger we are, so you should have a relatively speedy recovery. Also, assuming you live with your parents at this time, having them to help out during your recovery is very helpful! ... (11 replies)
... I talked with my doctor on Monday and he was very suprised that my recovery has been so slow. ... (87 replies)
... Thanks so much for reading my "poor pittiful me" post. I was really feeling down that day. I'm at eight weeks tomorrow and only a little better than last week. I really have nothing to bitch about after reading all that was done to your feet. Thank goodness I don't have any screws in the toe but I do have a pin that is suppose to be permanent. Saw the doctor Monday and I... (87 replies)
... My partner is getting bunion surgery on both feet and I wanted to know what I should expect and what will be needed of me and for how long. ... (5 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jan 16, 2008
... I had my first surgery done in DC, having the second one here. ... (11 replies)
... the 6 week mark my Pod said I was okay to bear weight. I walked with the same air cast for 2 weeks and then wore a surgical boot for about 2 more weeks. I had surgery in April and I'm still in physical therapy but otherwise pretty much back to normal. Still have some issues with dancing and running but very minimal. ... (12 replies)
... inion even though my insurance didn't mandate it. After getting a second opinion, both Podiatrists thought I was ready and in need of surgery, so I scheduled my surgery for a few months out. I could have scheduled it earlier but wanted to wait till the weather got a little nicer to avoid getting around on crutches in snow. ... (11 replies)
... Will you be on crutches for 6 weeks or your Dr told you the entire recovery process will be 6 weeks? ... (8 replies)
... How long was it until your foot was "normal". By that I mean walking without pain or stiffness in your big toe. Did you need physical therapy? ... (6 replies)
... t to put any pressure at ALL on the front of my feet....and now the bones have actually atrophied! He then laughed and said that he hadn't sent anyone to pt for bunion surgery before!! That was only for those who had surgery on ankles, etc. ... (32 replies)
... weightbearing for only 6 weeks this time, then back into physical therapy. ... (32 replies)

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