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... If you know the names of the procedures you had, post it and someone here may have had the same procedure and give you an idea of their recovery time. I think that is really a question for your doctor. ... (2 replies)
... So, I'd love to hear other people's experiences with a fusion. How long was recovery in total? ... (9 replies)
... What advice to get the best long term healing on the tendon and surgeries? ... (7 replies)

... I had an Austin bunionectomy and cheilectomy on my left foot on Nov. 30. ... (3 replies)
... ht of. I figured if I posted here, I'd probably get a more realistic picture of what I could expect. The doctors don't have to do the recovering and figuring out how to get around. The stairs in my house really have concerned me. ... (9 replies)
... one. Considering that I'm getting a bunionectomy and an arthrodesis, what would be a realistic time limit that I will be back up and at least somewhat functional in twelve weeks factoring in pain and recovery time? ... (0 replies)
... I thought of a few other things that I would pass your way. I have to agree with Grace that the recovery period seems like forever. ... (9 replies)
... My OS said I have too much mobility in the feet and hence the return of the bunions after the first surgery 21 yrs ago. ... (8 replies)
... I wouldn't have believed how quickly he expects me to heal, except that I had a friend have the same procedure done by him. I have no cast, and I'm not allowed to use crutches. ... (26 replies)
... 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. ... (41 replies)
... How long before swelling stops occuring? ... (14 replies)
... D I did a lot of research online and read some chapters on podiatry lol before my surgery. I was really scared about the possible complications etc after reading a lot of posts. ... (97 replies)
... Hello, I have to agree with the previous post. It is going to be rather hard for you to go back and forth to classes. I would recommend a roll about also, I had one for my surgery and it was a life saver. ... (4 replies)
... I'm thinking about having a bilateral bunionectomy in Jan, 08 and I have a ton of questions. It certainly sounds like a long recovery process and it scares me. Of course, I realize that everyone is different. I am such an active person and I do not look forward to the inactivity at all. ... (6 replies)
... I'd had my bunions for decades, including years of teaching, during which time I had to use orthodics and be very careful with shoe choices. ... (11 replies)
... and like you, I have noted that there comes a point in time where you have to make sure that you DO walk periodically in order to keep the swelling under control. ... (7 replies)
... I had an austin bunionectomy with 2 permanent pins inserted and a chielectomy on Nov. 30. The first two weeks afterward were awful. ... (6 replies)
... I had a Austin Bunionectomy on January 19th. I have a doc appt tomorrow to get my last stitch out. It didnt want to come out two weeks ago. ... (6 replies)
... I had a double bunionectomy and hammertoe surgery last May. ... (6 replies)
... w's college reunion with him, but we managed those few days. I was able to hobble a little during that first week, and it's been increasing every day. Tomorrow is three weeks for me, and it seems like it's flown by. The worst part is not driving. I am guessing I will be able to drive after my appt. Wednesday. ... (13 replies)

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