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... Had bunion surgery 7 weeks ago and my big toe and instep is still very swollen. I still also get periods where I get bursts of sharp weird pain deep in my foot. Worrying! ... (4 replies)
... I also had bunion surgery on Dec. 6, 2012 and my doctor also cut my tendon. However, now I cannot lift my big toe and the tip if floppy. I was wondering if you are having the same issues? ... (8 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on both of my feet . One was 15 years ago and doing fine. ... (0 replies)

... Hi everyone. I had a bunion surgery on my left foot Dec 12 2007. They cut a tendon and relocated it. Shaved off the bone that stuck out and cut a wedge piece shape of bone out to straighten out the big toe. I have a plate and 4 screws to hold that together. ... (3 replies)
... For my bunion surgery I was actually told by the doctor that the tendon would have to be cut. Part of the reason that the bunion occurs is that the tendon between the big toe and the next one tightens and pulls the big toe to the left. In order to correct that leftward pull you must cut the tendon. ... (24 replies)
... Hi my name is Lisa, I'm 34 and having bunion surgery Wed. ... (13 replies)
... I had bunion surgery 2 months ago. and the other the day i was stretching my foot, and I felt a pop an I had sharp pain that ran from my ankle down to my big toe. ... (5 replies)
... I been lurking and reading a bit here, and see that many of you have or are having bunion surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I've been to two podiatrists who want to cut my Achilles tendon in addition to doing the bunion surgery, to prevent my pronation, which is the underlying cause of my bunion. ... (3 replies)
... I only know that she said, "once i get in there , if i find i need to do a tendon release i will cut behind your knee and realease your tendon. ... (23 replies)
... hours but it's retail so add another 30 minutes on each day. I was ready to cut my feet off on day 5 but after a few days off things went back to "normal". ... (11 replies)
Flat foot surgery
Sep 21, 2010
... a large screw and a tendon moved. ... (5 replies)
... I can hobble around for a while putting weight on my surgery foot while in the boot. ... (0 replies)
... if you had the procedure done. What this procedure does is cut the tendon so the toe does not lift up. What that means to you is, you will not be able to lift the toe after the procedure. ... (1 replies)
... I am searching for a doctor to perform surgery on my hammer toe. Today I saw Dr. Moy as suggested by a friend. He is the fourth doctor that I have seen regarding my surgery. ... (73 replies)
... may not be connected, but your letter rang a bell for me. I had the bunions on either side of the right foot operated on at the same time. I too had the wedge cut out on the big toe side, but no tendon issues. What I did find was I had hip pain when I started to walk for excercise, about 7 wks post op. ... (3 replies)
... What you say makes sense but it seemed as if what littlebit was saying is that the doc said it was by accident so most likely a different tendon than the one that is supposed to be repaired. ... (24 replies)
... The adductor hallucis tendon is usually cut in almost all bunion surgeries where the great toe is "leaning" laterally. A lot of doctors don't even mention this step as it is just part of the procedure. ... (24 replies)
... I never heard of having to cut the tendon..my understanding is that the way one is walking puts pressure on the toe joint and pushes it outward thus the bunion.. ... (24 replies)
... I had surgery for a torn tendon in my elbow.. ... (24 replies)


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