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... I was wheeled out to our vehicle in a wheelchair, and then I transferred to the truck just fine on my own, bearing weight on my heel. Of course, at this point, my nerve block was still working, but I felt just fine. ... (3 replies)
... I think the recovery time and pain involved is directly related on the exact type of bunionectly you have. If your Dr allowed you to bear weight that soon, I doubt that you would have done any "damage" by walking on it. It sounds like your recovery is going great! ... (2 replies)
... I was able to bear weight a few wks post surgery on my heels with velcro bunion shoes. ... (12 replies)

... I had no swelling whatsoever either, until I started bearing weight on my foot, full weight. So expect to get some swelling once you get the ok to bear weight. ... (9 replies)
... Also, just because you can't bear weight on your foot doesn't mean you can't exercise! ... (9 replies)
... It was the second foot surgery for me because my first simple bunionectomy failed in 6 months. ... (9 replies)
... seems all surgeons do the lapidus a bit differently from each other. I only ever had thick guazue bandages and the hard soled velcro bunion shoe. I was able to bear weight on the heels during the healing process. My fixation screws stay in permanently in both feet. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Profmia: Your posting said you had a bunion removal 2 years ago for your left foot, was this operation for your R foot a lot different in operation procedure than the L foot? As you could see from my previous posting that I had my bunion surgery done (austin cut) for my right foot (I am right handed too) just around mid march of this year. It has been just past 4 months... (41 replies)
... I was allowed to bear weight on my heel only and only when wearing the rigid surgical sandal that I was given. ... (12 replies)
... Friday morning. All day Friday I was ok, Saturday morning I woke up energized hardly no pain! So I picked up my house, did things I wasn't suppose to! I can only bear weight on the ball of my foot. Yesterday, I also called the on call dr n told him that my bandage was bloody enough to were it was bleeding on to my ace bandage. ... (6 replies)
... minute periods of walking on my heel. I am wondering what you guys did to stay occupied during the time you were unable to bear weight. I just can't imagine much to do beyond reading and watching t.v. and after a few days that seems like it will get old. ... (2 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. But the more exercise and walking I do, the more BOTH feet ache. ... (0 replies)
... Hi! I had surgery on my right foot 4 weeks 4 days ago. I had an osteotomy bunionectomy and a tailors bunion removed and secured with 2 permanent screws and a dissolvable pin. My Doctor removed my hard cast today. ... (26 replies)
... so I'm trying not to take it. I have hard casts on my feet and was not told to ice so I haven't been. Today is better than yesterday but I definitely can't bear weight yet. The nurse at the hospital said I would be heel walking the same day which is why I am concerned because the pain makes me sick to my stomach. ... (8 replies)
... ing, I was restricted to laying down with my foot elevated and iced off and on except to get up to go to the bathroom with the use of crutches. I could, however, bear weight on my heel, so the crutches were not too difficult. ... (14 replies)
... hey guys, i had a bilateral bunionectomy 6 days ago. was meant to come back from hospital the next day but due to pain and nausea stayed in for 2 nights. ... (1 replies)
... You still need to ask your dr. the exact name of the procedure, as what you described could encompass several procedures. My 2nd bunionectomy involved them doing a V cut on the distal portion of my bone...I was able to bear weight as tolerated immediately. It was a Chevron osteotomy. ... (6 replies)
... Glad everything turned out ok. I wasn't allowed to bear weight on mine for awhile. Even when I was told I could I still used the crutches for a few days because I didn't feel ready and it still felt too painful. ... (14 replies)
... it feels mostly similar to plantar fasciitis pain I had several years ago although not that bad. Did you put your total weight right away on the foot when you were allow to bear weight or just small amounts and use the crutches to bear the weight? ... (149 replies)
... You will likely not find orthopods in US doing Scarf procedures. I disagree that Pods will do it more for cosmetic reasons or patients be able to bear weight sooner. i think it all has to do with which procedure was performed and the severity of the problem. ... (12 replies)


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