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... Anyone know the incidence of bunionectomies and arthritis? ... (2 replies)
... had "slipped out of place". He said it was because of the horrible shaking and vomiting I did post op due to the anesthesia. So I had to go back to the OR one week post op to have this pin replaced and the bones reset. ... (4 replies)
... Four months ago I had a bunionectomy and corrective surgery for hammertoe. As soon as I was able to bear weight I started trying to use my foot. ... (0 replies)

... Regarding the implant, my Dr told me that because I have severe arthritis in the joint as well as the bunion that I need the bunionectomy and an implant for the arthrituic joint which does invlove removing part of the bone and placing the pins and scews in. ... (2 replies)
... c of severity of bunion and arthritis from previous surgery.. ... (0 replies)
... I had bunion surgery and my POD discovered arthritis in the joint. I am six months post surgery but I still have a lot of pain. I am able to play tennis twice a week but I used to play every day. ... (18 replies)
... Hi, I had a bunionectomy a year ago and am still experiencing pain. A recent MRI shows arthritis in the joint. Does anyone who has had a bunionectomy experience arthritis after the surgery? ... (18 replies)
... Im an active person and really dont see how Im going to sit still! ... (5 replies)
... crocks and then the incision is irritated, or when my feet just feeel like being difficult! ... (22 replies)
... hello everyone, I am still alive. This is the first time I've left my recovery room. The surgery went fine I had the austin bunionectomy and also had a lot of bone spurs removed and arthritis they couldn't do much with. ... (13 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy with Akin osteomy on the left foot for a sever bunion condition. ... (2 replies)
... walker, only because my cast was really irritating my skin and they want to give me a chance to heal. ... (30 replies)
... I can not feel the plates and screws however. And has anyone else had a problem with a separation between the second and third toe? ... (1 replies)
... Anyway, fast forward to surgery day. Shaking and crying as I register at the surgery center. I get taken back to get prepped and the nurse took my vitals and asked me what I was having done etc etc. Probably the worst part was sitting alone on that bed waiting for someone, anyone to come and be with me. ... (0 replies)
... Hi. I had Kellers operation last year and am due to have the other foot done soon. I had this procedure because of arthritis. My foot looks much better and I can walk fine as long as I'm wearing supportive shoes. ... (37 replies)
... I am 4 weeks post op...had a procedure called a Keller arthroplasty for bone spurs and arthritis of the big toe, and have just begun some manual exercises. I've only been doing the bending up and down for about a week and so far the most ROM I can get is around 30 degrees. ... (0 replies)
... Happy New Year! Now that January is here, I am beginning to get a little nervous about my upcoming surgery. I am 57 years old, and I am scheduled on January 21st for a bunionectomy, osteotomy and cheilectomy on my right foot. ... (14 replies)
... ths regarding different procedures for hallux limitus, but have not seen any clear evidence that any procedure is better or more successful than another. I am 53 and still very active... ... (37 replies)
... I am a senior, almost 70, with arthritis. Arthritis is in my large joint to the big toe, and painful. My Dr. said it is bone on bone, and scheduled me to have the joint replaced by a plastic joint. ... (7 replies)
... I have had a bunionectomy in April 2008. ... (7 replies)

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