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... 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)
... 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)
... I had bunion surgery 10 months ago and still in the recovery mode. grr. I wanted to let you know that my foot was bruised a lot, too. My ortho doc who is a foot specialist told me to expect the bruising and not to worry. ... (7 replies)

... I am worried about having bunion surgery in two weeks. Like others, I have a trash bag of shoes I cannot wear. I'm down to Dansko clogs. The golf shoes hurt. Cannot get my feet into my ski boots. ... (3 replies)
... ys. On Thursday I played tourist and walked the national mall about 3 miles in total round trip from hotel to sites and back to hotel and although I was wearing sneakers my poor foot swelled. Its better today and swelling almost gone but it took continuous icing and elevating. ... (50 replies)
... Also working in a professional environment my challenge was how to dress around my "shoe issue". Sneakers were definitely not an option for me...not because of a dress code, but due to aesthetic reasons.... ... (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)
... Tomorrow will be the 4th Friday post surgery and as I previously posted Dr. ... (50 replies)
... weeks post op from bunion surgery. I had it done on my right foot five years ago and am very glad I did. I have no pain and my foot looks great. On May 1 I had it done on my left foot. ... (24 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)
... well recovery is really long and slow. ... (6 replies)
... I guess I'm just a bit frustrated here and do realize that the recovery is long road. I never was a patient person!! ... (2 replies)
... I too have some stiffness and discomfort in the bunion area when I do certain movements. ... (9 replies)
... op bunion surgery on one foot and 9 weeks on the other....and although there's still a little swelling and i can't wear too much other than sneakers, the recovery seems to be going well. ... (0 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. He has said no sneakers or closed shoes yet, I'm wondering if anyone has tried Birkenstock sandals? ... (0 replies)
... I have that situation..it's my fourth toe along with bunion surgery. The Dr. ... (3 replies)
... On Dec 30th I had bunion surgery on my right foot and my second toe shortened. The bunion was very large and the big toe was starting to cross over the second toe. ... (3 replies)
... mini tightrope bunion procedure six weeks ago, and while I am getting around somewhat in regular sneakers, I am still in pain, mostly the tops of my feet and stiffness in both toes. ... (0 replies)
... op, I was able to walk with sneakers on but I had to be slow and concentrate on each steps. ... (87 replies)


Associated Tags: bunion surgery, bunion surgery pain, bunion surgery recovery, dorsal bunion, foot problems, foot surgery, hallux rigidus, recovery period, toe shortening

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