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... Austin bunionectomy two days ago. It's more involved than a chilectomy, but it will have a longer lasting result. ... (3 replies)
... I haven't had either exact procedure but a couple of others that are similar on both big toe joints. Neither had hardware. For me, both times I could put my heel down to get to the bathroom on crutches, etc. Was without crutches by a week out. Last one I had (called a cheilectomy with osteotomy) was in mid June and I was at a dance in ankle cut cowboy boots about 7 weeks... (6 replies)
... I had surgery on a grade 2 cheilectomy in Oct '11 and have never gained mobility despite aggressive physical therapy for over 6 months and exercises on my own for another 6. ... (1 replies)

... I was wondering is someone from this board could make a recommendation to me. I had a cheilectomy and slight bunionectomy on my right foot last year. A well known podiatrist performed the surgery it in a few days. However, the pain has never gone away. ... (3 replies)
... About a year and a half ago, I underwent cheilectomy (w/ osteotomy and bunionectomy) on my right foot which went well. I got back into running (not too much, but Ive trying to keep up with my wife who runs marathons). Though about 4-5 months ago, I noticed my foot getting stiff again and painful. I had limited ROM again so I went back to my ortho and my x-rays showed bone... (5 replies)
Feb 28, 2012
... Booked to have double bunionectomy, distal osteotomies with rt cheilectomy at the end of March. Been waiting over 2 years now and have had to change surgeons as 1st one has left. ... (3 replies)
Feb 28, 2012
... Booked to have double bunionectomy with Rt Cheilectomy at the end of March. ... (18 replies)
... fusion is a last resort. i had a failed bunionectomy and wound up having surgery. it is over 5 years now. i am extremely active. i play tennis, ski, aerobics and swim. ... (5 replies)
... I can't tell you how many people ask this same thing. Why did my doctor tell me to walk from day one with my neuroma removal and later with my cheilectomy when people come on here and are NWB? ... (9 replies)
... s 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. I have a bunion and severe arthritis, and my great toe bends in to overlap my second toe slightly. ... (14 replies)
... What about a Podiatrist who specializes in sports medicine? (149 replies)
... I would definitely use a sports med ortho who specializes in feet. Most orthos specialize these days so they don't all work on everything...I used a sports med ortho who does only feet for my cheilectomy (similar to a bunionectomy) and Morton's Neuroma removal. All turned out great. Back to jogging, heels, etc... (149 replies)
... So you aren't moving it up and down then - just out and back? Hmmm....can't say as that would help much with flexibility but perhaps that's normal for the procedure you had. One thing that can help is to soak the toe in very warm water (or wrap it in a heating pad) before doing the exercise. When I had my cheilectomy, I was to pull it out and move it up and down (and pick... (6 replies)
... a very successfull one at that. The toe should have beed straight afterwards as the cheilectomy does not move the bones like a bunionectomy does. ... (1 replies)
... I too had a cheilectomy on Jan 7, 09 and am experiencing pain on the ball of my foot. ... (18 replies)
... I can't believe he did a bunionectomy without telling you!! Bloomin' doctors! I had morphine after I came round from my big toe fusion on 24th June. ... (2 replies)
... k up with surgeon on tuesday he is really pleased with my movement and how the wounds are healing. Didn't find out today until letter arrived not only did i have cheilectomy and mobergs osteotomy i also had bunionectomy!! no wonder my poor feet went though the mill a bit. Now i am even more amazed at my recovery. ... (2 replies)
... Well, it shouldn't be as a result of the surgery. But no one can predict something else happening unrelated to the surgery. I've had a morton's neuroma excised, a cheilectomy, stress fracture of 4th met and ganglion cyst all on my left foot. Right one will need a chielectomy eventually. So I'm very familiar with foot issues. And I can tell you that strange unconnected... (18 replies)
... At this point, I think that's fairly normal. THe soaking it is a great idea. I had a cheilectomy with osteotomy (no hardware though) and it helped when I pulled mine to soak it first. It is sort of like warming up before jogging or working out. (7 replies)
... I had this surgery 13 months ago along with a Cheilectomy. I was completely NWB for about 2-1/2 weeks, PWB for another week and dropped my crutches entirely at week 4. (My doctor said I could walk on it from day 1 but my foot just wouldn't tolerate that.) I got into a closed shoe at 6 weeks. 8 weeks was a major turning point since that was around the time the bone had healed.... (3 replies)

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