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... Hello can you please tell me who in Vancouver does this operation? Many Thanks, Brooklyn 1957 (19 replies)
... should go with the older surygery and would thereofore need two separate surgeries and separate recoveries! which is what i would like to avoid. the surgeon in Toronto does the first foot and then the second foot a week later....and recovery is 7 to 8 weeks. ... (19 replies)
... As far as I know the procedure is called 'Minimal Incision Bunion Surgery'. That's what they called it when I had it done 21 yrs ago in Toronto. ... (19 replies)

... per foot. Here in Toronto it is not covered by OHIP or private insurance. I paid it all on my own upfront. ... (4 replies)
... Another podiatrist that performs it here in Toronto is Dr. Chelin... ... (4 replies)
... kms the first day, and 25 the second. It was in Vancouver which had a lot of hills! I never could have done that two years ago! The same walk will be in Toronto next weekend. ... (14 replies)
... I had the choice of having my toe joint fused by either a podiatrist or an orthopaedic surgeon. As it turned out, the orthopod was the better choice for me. I also live in Canada, and would have had to pay for the podiatrist to do the surgery. It would have been done in the hospital, with all the supports of any other surgery. I knew this man did good work as my GP at the time... (14 replies)
... I have the option of Toronto or Vancouver in Canada. I am in Calgary, does anyone have any info on upcoming podiatrists doing this surgery in Calgary, Canada? ... (19 replies)
... I would recommend that you do much more research before agreeing to this procedure. Minimally invasive bunion surgery is not considered the standard of care in podiatry for a number of reasons including: 1. It does not properly correct the angle of the bones. 2. They could accidentally damage or severe a nerve resulting in lifetime chronic pain and disability. 3. Canadian... (14 replies)
... There is a Dr. in Toronto, on Eglinton Ave. I've read about who specializes in Minimal Incision Techique, he is Dr. Sheldon H. Nadal. I'm in Niagara and am looking for someone closer. Check out his site, but I know he isn't covered under OHIP (11 replies)
... Thanks very much. i don't think i have the money to pay for the operation in the US norr travelling, i guess i have to keep looking for another doctor in Toronto here. ... (11 replies)
... do understand that there is one at St. Mike's hospital in Toronto. I think it has been the place for orthopaedic surgery, but I don't know for sure. I know that Toronto General has a history of having good orthopods. My father had a bone graft in the 50's by a doc who made a good name for himself. ... (11 replies)
... i live in Toronto, Ontario Canada. i lost my job in Nov 2008, right after my bunion surgery. i have a hard time finding a new job and i don't have any health insurance benefit. ... (11 replies)
... I do have problems with the sheets- my big old shoe gets cought in them sometimes, but just make it as loose as you can- not tucked in...you might even leave your toes uncovered if the room is walm enough...good luckI am in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My doctor would not do both at once because I live on my own and would have a hard time. two surgeries is not that bad, at... (87 replies)
... I am in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My doctor would not do both at once because I live on my own and would have a hard time. two surgeries is not that bad, at least this second time around I knew what to expect! :eek: I am now more bored then anything. I am using one crutch and hovelling around, pain is not that bad anymore, accept I can feel the pins getting pulled or... (87 replies)
... I am in Toronto Canada. I am very happy with my outcome. ... (3 replies)
... I had surgery at Toronto Western Hospital. Dr. Syed is the surgeon who did my bunion. ... (3 replies)
... for my mom. She has asked her doctor and her doc is no help what so ever. She is in so much pain and can hardly wear any of her shoes. She would like to get the Bunion Surgery done but needs to be pointed in the right direction. If anyone knows of any doctors in Toronto, Scarborough, East or North York please let me know. ... (3 replies)
... I am in Toronto Canada. I had lapidus with very good results. I could give you my doctor name if you are in Ontario. ... (5 replies)
Toronto podiatrist
Jul 12, 2008
... Hi I live north of Toronto. I found a Toronto podiatrist to do my bunion surgery -his name is Robert Chelin. Just wondering if anyone else has used him and what the results were. (3 replies)


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