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... i had bunion surgery mid june 2008 (10 months post op) so i am surprised this week to see peeling next to the incision site, the size of a dime. i am surprised there is still healing nearly a year later. and later in day when feet are hotter, a bit of swelling, not really noticeable too much. my family doc suggested i get busy bending the toe a couple weeks after surgery, but... (50 replies)
... You might have Osteoarthritis in the joint. I will visit a orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon, podiatric surgeons know nothing. I had a similar surgery and it has gone horribly wrong. I have a thread about it. ... (3 replies)
... but its still going to be about 2 months before I should expect to wear anything besides gym shoes. Also, he is really agressive with therapy and had me start PT the week after surgery. ... (2 replies)

... Chevron, Right foot, Bunion surgery, one perm screw inside, no pins. ... (3 replies)
... I had a very similar surgery like you. I'm 20 yrs old and I also had my bunion cut at the side with my big toes broken and realigned with a temporary screw. My surgery was done Oct. 2 and today marks my 6th week post. ... (14 replies)
... marks 6 weeks since my bunion surgery. Im in my late 30's.They cut off the bunion, and broke the big toe to straighten it, putting in a permanent screw below the joint in the big toe. ... (14 replies)
... ankle sprains seemed the same to me and made sense. Pt helped but I felt I was not where I needed to be...we did not work on my sense of balance over my foot. ... (50 replies)
... My surgery was Feb 5 and I started PT at the begining of April. Curling my toe downward is one of the things we are working on in PT and it is definitely getting better though still not where it should be. ... (50 replies)
... th week are transitonal, where you begin to get range of motion back and some confidence about the healing process, but progress is slow. I started PT last week, which helps alot. I'm in a wide shoe, so, I've lost the limp, but, by the end of the day my incision site and toe area can ache alot. ... (9 replies)
... four weeks NWB and then PWB the next two weeks, with PT starting at four weeks. ... (9 replies)
... well recovery is really long and slow. ... (6 replies)
... So, here is my story..... On December 19, 2006 I had a MTP fusion of the big toe because of a severe bunion. My recovery went really well.....I did not experience much pain, I kept my foot up all the time so there really wasn't any swelling, and the toe looked great! ... (0 replies)
... ture patients" that end up with a good doctor! ....Let me just give one small example of his inadequacies from today. When I told him I wanted a script for the pt he just looked at me blankly. He asked what in the world for? ... (32 replies)
... My goodness, your recovery sounds incredibly long! You must be going out of your mind by now! I know the feeling of leaving your students in the hands of a substitute! ... (37 replies)
... I too have some stiffness and discomfort in the bunion area when I do certain movements. ... (9 replies)
... I had bunion surgery and surgery to relieve the pressure of Neuroma symptoms 8 weeks ago. The bunion surgery is healing nicely. ... (12 replies)
... overy. The bones knitted well and a little on time, but I developed a bone infection which had me casted and NWB for 6 months, after which I followed the routine PT protocol. I never had pain after the surgery until after PT was completed. ... (13 replies)
... hours. I had an epidural and a fabulous anesthesiologist who also loves to travel. My OS was running late in the ER due to his first surgery so we were in holding watching a film chatting about travel. My favorite things to do. All anxiety slipped away. ... (9 replies)
... My first few times out walking with "purpose", I was saying "Ow, ow, ow". Having been through this before, I knew what to expect, and I know that has made this recovery much easier due to less anxiety and the fear of the unknown. ... (21 replies)
... osts, the infection has left me with debilitating scar tissue and I am still unable to fully weight bear or walk properly. But on the bright side I do not have a bunion anymore! ... (11 replies)


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