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... Hi Grandpa and welcome to the Board. I'm not sure what a Chevron procedure is but I had a Lapidus bunionectomy done 8 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... I am scheduled to have a right bunionectomy to be done on March 1. An orthopedic surgeon will be doing it. Now, my question is? ... (3 replies)
... Hello All! I also had the Chevron procedure. I am 11 days Post Op. ... (3 replies)

... I am 6 weeks post op from having a Brostrom Procedure, Arthroscopic ankle joint clean up and a Chevron procedure as a revision to a lapidus bunion procedure. ... (0 replies)
... lowing chemo and stem cell transplant. My ortho was shocked at my diagnosis, he is happy my infection cleared and my foot healed. Had talked of doing a second procedure on this foot but have to see how my health goes. ... (8 replies)
... it looks like you had a more severe bunion that required a correction of the metatarsal closer to the ankle, as well as at the toe. I think this is called a distal correction? I can't remember. I had both feet done, but only one was corrected this way (one foot had lapidus procedure, on had chevron procedure) the other one was corected only at the toe with one incision and... (8 replies)
... Oh okay...whats the chevron procedure? ... (64 replies)
... d asked him how is it that some go back to a normal life after a couple weeks. He told me that sounds like the person only had the bunion shaved off. I had the Chevron procedure done on both feet. I can only thank God that I don't have three feet. I don't think I could do this again. ... (6 replies)
... omy done on both feet at the same time. My doctor said I would immediately be able to bear weight, so based on my readings here, I asked him if I was having the chevron procedure. He said that mine is similar to the chevron... Can anyone tell me the difference between these two? ... (42 replies)
... I had an austin/chevron procedure on January 9th, which was a Wednesday and returned Monday, the 21st - about eleven days off. I have a desk job and at times could elevate my foot on top of my desk but that does make it a little difficult to work. After about a week or so back to work I actually hit the top of my foot (where the screw is located) on the under side of my desk... (2 replies)
... Chevron procedure it'll be much less than that. ... (0 replies)
... Hi All, I am thinking of having my 2nd foot done in March or April and my dr said he would use the austin/chevron procedure. To give you some background, I had a severe bunion on my right foot and had a base wedge osteotomy on that foot last April. I was on crutches for 6 weeks and all that jazz. My right foot is just about back to normal now with a little bit of... (14 replies)
... A chevron bunionectomy is a cut to the 1st metatarsal bone near the big toe joint. ... (3 replies)
... I had the chevron procedure done with absorbable pins. Due to the severity of my bunions, they could not be completely remouved, however they do look much better than before. ... (7 replies)
... I am simply amazed at you walking right away---what does you doctor know/do?? I am 5 weeks post op (bunion/hammer) and and have been told I MAY get a walking cast next week. I thought putting weight on a healing foot could prevent the bones from healing correctly???? (19 replies)
... I had the Chevron procedure on my right foot 3 weeks ago and have been so happy with the results. ... (19 replies)
... I am starting my eleven week after a right Lapidus bunionectomy and my foot still gets red as soon as I put it down. Has anyone experienced redness this far after bunionectomy. ... (19 replies)
... I just had a Lapidus bunionectomy four weeks ago on my right foot. I will have my left foot done in about four weeks, however, it will require a Chevron procedure which is less complicated than the Lapidus and does not require a cast. ... (2 replies)
... Your bones don't fuse together until 8-10 weeks, the last thing you want to do is an impact exercise such as jogging. I am a runner also and understand you want to get back to it. I had a chevron bunionectomy Dec 17th with 2 screws put in and I just had the same procedure on my other foot on 3/25. After the 1st surgery when I began to feel well enough, I exercised daily but... (5 replies)
... Hi Ashley, nice to hear, i had a double chevron akin procedure done oct 22 and now 6 weeks later, the last wires were pulled out last tuesday, have my running shoes on, both toes look great and getting my flex back, very light swelling but no pain at all from operation to now, very satisfied. (3 replies)


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