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... After a double bunionectomy/hammertoe surgery, I was NWB for only two weeks (and even then I was okay'd to walk very short distances in my surgical sandals-- like to go to the bathroom), but when I did start walking, my doctor said to stop when it hurt. That point changed every day/week-- I think I went from one block to four blocks during Weeks 4 to 8; after that I progressed... (16 replies)
... he had a mini bunionectomy on the outside of the foot. He also had a hammertoe surgery on toe next to small one which had caused a heavy painful callus on ball of the foot. ... (16 replies)
... hammertoe surgery and never had a cast or boot, just surgical sandals for two weeks. ... (6 replies)

... I just wanted to check in to see how you were doing with your hammertoe surgery. ... (0 replies)
... walking around at work when I get back and plan to wear my Uggs with my orthotics and do as little running around the building as possible. I am glad I did this surgery but I can see the recovery is going to be SLOW. ... (1 replies)
... After my bunion and hammertoe surgery my big toe did not bend, I had pain under the second toe and between big toe and the 2nd toe. It turned out that I had hullux limitus and destroyed joint. ... (2 replies)
... hammertoe surgery the 1st of year with an orthopedic surgeon. ... (8 replies)
... hope your recovery is going well. ... (64 replies)
... Obviously you have one working foot to rely on but elevation really is key to recovery in the first stages. By keeping the foot up you reduce swelling which increases the rate of recovery. I'd really say take four weeks off. ... (64 replies)
... oo much. Bear in mind that when the three of us were writing initially we were in the earlier days of recovery. The absolute worst thing that I found about the surgery was the anxiety that comes with it and with the recovery. ... (64 replies)
... My surgery was done around 1pm and I was home in my own bed by 6pm. ... (64 replies)
... Residual swelling can last for a long time. It's hard to give you a time frame because everyone's body reacts differently to surgery but I had a bunionectomy and hammertoe correction and had minimal residual swelling up to a year after my surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I can only speak to the lapidus bunionectomy, I had one done on each foot. If I had three feet, I would have had to have three surgeries, I'm that lucky. Having surgery on your foot is a scary prospect for anyone, but you can help allay your fears by doing everything you can to prepare yourself and your house for surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I've actually viewed a handful of bunionectomy and hammertoe surgeries. ... (50 replies)
... Did you know right away that the first surgery didn't work? ... (1 replies)
... After I left the surgeon's office (6 week PTTD calc slide, tendon transfer, navicular removal, hammertoe, bunionectomy, no current pain, but still very swollen), I had more questions for him, and he hasn't returned my phonecall yet. Maybe some of you know the answer... 1. To see the PT I need to drive. I have a manual transmission car/stick shift; Can I take off the boot... (7 replies)
... and thank goodness i am fine. no more pain and i can actually wear cute shoes. its been 2 years and the swelling keeps going down! i had it done because the bunionectomy i had did not work. ... (20 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy and hammertoe surgery and was very glad I did it that way. ... (42 replies)
... I wouldn't think about whether or not it was a good idea to have surgery because there is nothing you can do about it now! ... (16 replies)
... hammertoe surgery on both of my feet at the same time. I have absolutely no regrets about having it all done at once. ... (17 replies)

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