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... first metatarsal, shortening of second and pin in the hammertoe.... ... (0 replies)
... My second toe did have the pin inserted for 7 weeks before it was pulled out. ... (18 replies)
... I have been having pain in the ball of the foot for quite some time. ... (3 replies)

... I had surgery to correct one of my bunions about 10 months ago. I recovered nicely and everything seemed to be ok. ... (2 replies)
... I'm so glad you decided to join. I had a Lapidus buionectomy with shortening of the second toe back in October and I hate to say this but I still occasionally get some residual swelling. Usually if I sit for long periods of time. ... (4 replies)
... on my left big toe and second toe. The reason for the surgery was that all of the weight of my body was being carried on the second metatarsel of the second toe and I had a jabbing pain on the ball of my foot with each step. The podiatrist thought the surgery would readjust this. HE WAS WRONG!! ... (1 replies)
... Marie, I second the suggestion to consult an orthopedic surgeon. ... (5 replies)
... fracture. They diagnosed Plantar Fasciitis and gave me prednisone, naproxen and some exercises for after the pain subsided. A month and a half later, I got tired of the pain and was not experiencing Plantar Fasciitis symptoms at all. I picked a Dr. of Podiatry out of the yellow pages and saw her a week ago. ... (0 replies)
... Akin bunionectomy and 2nd metatarsal shortening on April 4 and still am having pain. The bone has healed fine, MRI shows swelling in some muscles of the foot. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for posting and sharing your experience. It sounds like your surgery turned out very well, congrats! ... (10 replies)
... the number of responses. ... (10 replies)
... I had bunion surgery over 18 months ago on my right foot for a severe bunion where my big toe was crossing over the second toe and pushing up through the top of my shoe. I had to have a Lapidus procedure where the bone further up in the foot was actually fused. ... (10 replies)
... I responded to your first post and ironically, here I am again able to offer you a response to this question. I had bunion correction in order to relieve my discomfort, but at the same time I had my big toe shortened, not a lot as it doesn't look that much different. ... (10 replies)
... t that the problem with my feet is severe pronation. At every step, my arches collapse and my feet flatten almost completely, resulting in extra strain on my big toe joints...I'm only 28 and have moderate bunions on both feet, and these have been more and more painful over the last two years. ... (10 replies)
... Oh, it sounds like the doctor recommended a surgery similar to mine. I'm not sure what "closed based wedge procedure" means. ... (35 replies)
Out of surgery!!!
Jun 10, 2006
... Boy...I'll tell you though...would have loved to have had that darn toe shortened!!! ... (32 replies)
... I had my big toe fused last year, and am running just fine. I am not a distance runner, but play competitive tennis, so I was very concerned about having the surgery done. ... (6 replies)
Almost 3mo post op
Aug 25, 2014
... I have 4 hammer toes fixed and they all are straight now. I also had a lapidus bunionectomy and you can barely tell that I had a bunion. I think I would go for a second opinion. ... (3 replies)
Almost 3mo post op
Aug 24, 2014
... fusion and two "hammer toe" surgeries on the next two toes, shortening them and straightening them with pins. ... (3 replies)
... and I know several people who have used him and are very happy with their results. Shortening the mets because the hammertoes have pushed the joints at the ball of my foot down, so it feels like Im walking on bones, and may be the only way he can get them to lie straight. ... (5 replies)

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