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... ks 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)
Bunion Surgery !
Apr 9, 2012
... Congratulations on having done your surgery and now on the mend. ... (4 replies)
... I waited over a year to get this procedure done and currently he has a 2 yr wait list. ... (8 replies)

... I also had to have surgery for hammertoes because my big toes went over so far that they had pushed under the next toes. ... (2 replies)
... 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)
... rned from experience over the past few weeks, and thought I'd share it in case there's anyone out there who's getting ready for this procedure and the subsequent recovery time. Please feel free to add on to my list! ... (8 replies)
... and one wanting to cut the bone to realign the toe. ... (3 replies)
... have stitches on both sides of foot and I am putting Mederma on it for scars. I have 2 screws in big toe. I had the 1st foot done in December and I really think recovery is about how much you elevate your foot early on and how healthy and young you are. My December surgery foot is not ready for running yet. ... (19 replies)
... Where you heel walking, cane, crutches or cast because of your previous bunion surgery? ... (15 replies)
... I agree that you should get a second opinions. I am shocked that your doctor won't give you some kind of excuse for work due to a neuroma. My neuroma was much more painful than my bunions. I could not walk at all with a neuroma by the end of the day. ... (15 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. Both toes were starting to look deformed and the nail on the second toe wasn't growing properly. ... (3 replies)
... and they said it was just to hold it together until my bones heal and most of the time the hardware begins to bother people and cause pain and I will not need them after my bones heal. My swelling has improved and I have not had pain medicine for two days. ... (21 replies)
... Hello dai3symae and debbie g, I don't know if either of you can help me or not. Here is a little about my history. I had lapidus bunion surgery Aug 2007, well something was not done right. My big toe was too short, my second toe was too long. ... (20 replies)
... You will run again and you will do karate again. Just keep up what you've been doing and take care of your foot. I am one year and 5 months out from my bunion surgery and I've taken up two new sports, archery and skeet shooting, both of which I would have never had the guts to do before surgery. ... (97 replies)
... Hi debbie g, I was wondering about your big toe fusion. My doctor recommended that to me since my two bunion surgeries are still causing pain. But I was wondering how you are able to walk since you can't bend your toe anymore. How do you walk normal, do you have a limb? ... (14 replies)
... to 1 mile walk I am talking about a couple mile hike or a 3 to 4 mile walk on pavement. There is some major recovering to be done here. The biggest thing was the foot, calf, shin, and knee were so week after 7 weeks NWB that it took a long to get it back. ... (7 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jan 4, 2008
... ankle surgery. Many times we are non weightbearing after surgery, but you have to have some kind of movement of your legs and feet or you could end up with a blood clot. ... (3 replies)
... weeks. My doctor told me if I wanted my toes to be flexible, it was really important to move them a lot starting after only two weeks. ... (19 replies)
... do u reckon I'll be able to return to work by the forth week? ... (16 replies)


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