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... I had plantar fasciitis surgery last January and everything turned out well. However, I did also have a bunionectomy in 2005 and now my big toe is numb on top. Just one of those unfortunate "complications" that they tell you about prior to surgery. ... (7 replies)
... I sympatize with you. I did not have plantar fascitis surgery, but a bunionectomy and then a 1st MTP fusion. I cannot stand or walk without pain. It has turned my life into a living hell. I have tried numerous things as well. ... (1 replies)
... Suffered from Plantar Fasciitis before, and thought surgery would help correct my gait and therefore the PF. ... (2 replies)

... Too true. These weeks are passing by and we are healing. It is just soooooooo slow! Had my 8 week post op today and Dr thought my foot looked good. He said I could start wearing a Birkenstock on the foot when I am home but switch to the running shoe every so often. ... (149 replies)
... no, I did not have bruising on the foot except for right after surgery my heel looked black, blue and yellow. My foot is still swollen on the bottom and I wonder if the sorta "tingle" pain I feel is related to that. ... (149 replies)
... I think there are exceptions made when walking in Ireland or the mall! A girl has to live a little. The plantar fasciitis sounds like a royal pain. Hope the brace works. ... (97 replies)
... now while I sleep at night. I have been in such terrible pain and could hardly walk along with already having problems walking from my surgery. Hope that made sense there. ... (97 replies)
... you will definitely be able to run again.. i had a bunionectomy and osteotomy in April and I think I started running in August. just be careful not to push yourself too hard in the beginning. work your way up slowly. ... (7 replies)
... om 7 days to three weeks to fully get rid of the fungus, even though it has gotten better. Athlete's foot can return, you need to keep your foot dry as possible and after bathing, be sure to dry between the toes. ... (4 replies)
... in each toe. I'm just so upset because my podiatrist acted like this was OK, and never acknowledged that the orthotics he gave me were bad for my feet after all! And I've been doing all this PT, I would have thought I'd be totally back to full ROM by now. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry you're still having pain. Your bunionectomy was right before mine. Did the PT help the stiff toes any? ... (2 replies)
... I saw all your questions about scar tissue and they are real. I have had five foot surgeries do to having had a bad surgeon who didn't know what he was doing and then had reconstructive surgery to fix it. The scar tissue is very real, very painful and it can be worked out. ... (0 replies)
... I've suffered from plantar fasciitis for over a year and have also had bunions on great toes of both feet for many years. ... (10 replies)
... to help overcome plantar fasciitis and who still swear by them years later. ... (3 replies)
... I am 7 weeks post op evan's procedure, gastroc recession, and lapidus bunionectomy for flexibile flat feet. I'm 23 and have been healing well. Last week I was oked to walk and by today he wanted me walking without any support but so far that is not happening. ... (5 replies)


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