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... 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)
... Hello All! I also had the Chevron procedure. I am 11 days Post Op. ... (3 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)

... Hey again all. I'm so sorry to be reading tons of horror stories. I had a chevron done on black Friday. I had severe swelling first week but not much after the second bandage change. ... (3 replies)
... I had a double Austin or Chevron bunionectomy on June 4th, 2012. It's been 3 weeks today, and I just wanted to share my experience with anyone looking for more information. ... (0 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)
... My doc said I had two option due to my hypermobility either a lapidus or a chevron plus the tighrope to keep my toe from drifting later. He said the chevron would be much quicker healing as I would be able to put weight on my heels and that I could do both at once if I wanted too but he would not do a double lapidus. ... (0 replies)
... I had a chevron osteotomy and akin to my left foot in dec '10. i started running at week 7. i did start off slowly and built it up over the weeks. My recovery has been great. ... (64 replies)
... I am almost 6 weeks post op on my left foot chevron osteomy and hammertoe correction. I did go under general anaesthetic and had an over night stay in hospital. ... (64 replies)
... Hi Polly (hope you don't mind me addressing you as Polly, more personable) ;) My 2nd visit to my foot doctor (who is the also the one who performs on my surgery) is tomorrow late afternoon. My hubby will come home a bit earlier and drives me to see her. Her clinic is about 20 minutes by highway from my home at the other end of the town. Which is not too bad for... (41 replies)
... of a guinea pig.It was done on the NHS. It involved a general anaesthetic, 2x 2 cm cuts above and below the bunion, a metal pin attached by 3 screws to the bone, chevron cut in 2 places to allow for the straightening and no stitching. ... (41 replies)
... Hi, 3 days ago I had a minimally-invasive/ chevron bunion op. with pins and 3 screws put into each foot. The pre op and op itself were fine with little or no pain or bleeding after theatre. I did find lying relatively still on the trolley for 4 hours after surgery (whilst BP, O2 levels monitored) afterwards difficult but I was simply keen to go home. Discharged on paracetamol... (41 replies)
... My podiatrist just told me I needed to have a Chevron Bunionectomy and I am kind of nervous about it. ... (0 replies)
... right foot I had the Chevron procudure, is one incision by the toe, held by a pin that was removed at six weeks. ... (8 replies)
... Hi my experience is not nearly as bad as you, but I just wanted to post it to tell you you are not alone in bad outcomes. Had my first foot done three years ago, lapidus procedure (fusion) and it is now doing great, no pain or anything. Had my second foot done November 09, a simple chevron procedure (at the toe) with a pin. After 4 weeks foot started hurting so much,... (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)
... I'm flat footed too! And I was an Irish dancer for years, hell on the feet. The scarf's pretty intense, isn't it! The chevron is where a lesser correction is needed, my left foot was nothing in comparison to the severity of the right. ... (64 replies)
... Oh okay...whats the chevron procedure? ... (64 replies)
... Oh, yes, I had a scarf osteotomy on my right foot and a chevron on my left as it was nowhere near as bad. It's amazing that we're all so young with these bunions! What procedures did you have, and you DD? ... (64 replies)
... I had double chevron bunionectomy 7 wks ago - as the swelling has gone down it looks more and more as if the bunions are still there! I have big "knobs" where they were, and they feel hard, not soft, and my left big toe has started moving back the way it was (towards the other toes). I have worn toe-spacers on both feet religiously! I did start wearing a wide, D-width... (8 replies)


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