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... fully get the recovery done with while ski season isn't good yet. As I get closer to the surgery day, I worry about the impact on my lifestyle more and more. I live alone, so have tried to prepare as best as I can. ... (6 replies)
Bunionectomy
Sep 21, 2014
... Well, I think it's definitely worth investigating. The surgeon can dertermine the cause, what future issues you may have as a result of them, tell you what procedure would be needed for your exact condition and what the recovery would be like. Then you can make an informed decision. ... (18 replies)
... How's it going for you by now? (2 replies)

... I am unmarried and live alone, creating another problem. My foot pain and inability to walk make socializing virtually impossible, so I'm mostly isolated and lonely. ... (2 replies)
... The big toe had been at a severe angle and I can see is still "bent." Doc said if I wanted "perfect" it could be done in another, simpler procedure down the line. He said before surgery it would "not be perfect"... ... (0 replies)
... a livery yard! This is the kind of life of my dream. You must live at the country side of the town? ... (41 replies)
... und out he had also taken out one of the sesamoid bones, so the big toe could move into the right place. He had done an Austin procedure. The bunionette side's procedure was very unusual. He did an osteotomy, and pinned it so it wouldn't fuse, but grow soft tissue, in essence giving me a new joint, bending place. ... (97 replies)
... Ah, Laurie, you had the Chevron done! I almost had that procedure too! ... (97 replies)
... Has anyone had this procedure done before? ... (5 replies)
... Have a double bunionectomy only if you have someone around to help you out for the first two weeks. ... (11 replies)
... I myself live in Seattle, and I really need to hear about your experience with Weil! And to talk with you about your feet. I need both done. ... (8 replies)
... If it makes a difference, I had the metatarsal broken a little below the joint, and two screws are holding it together. I'm not sure which procedure that is. ... (8 replies)
... I had my double scarf procedure 10 weeks ago and am doing great. ... (8 replies)
... What procedure would you perform? ... (17 replies)
... I live on my own and my sister has been bringing my shopping. ... (192 replies)
... Your question: "I saw the IWALKFREE too and I just about salivated. When you go down your driveway are you leaning back a little, or are you just bending your knee (good leg) a bit extra to compensate? Crutches have been fine for me, but I'm wondering why you haven't mentioned them." Answer: I'm bending my good leg somewhat and probably leaning back a bit when I go... (16 replies)
... I live alone and work from home. ... (16 replies)
... ng a lateral column lengthening which will be done with a biofoam wedge and a 1st tarsometatarsal joint arthrodesis with osteotomy for flatfoot, modified McBride bunionectomy done in combination with Strayer procedure. What the? ... (0 replies)
... ng a lateral column lengthening which will be done with a biofoam wedge and a 1st tarsometatarsal joint arthrodesis with osteotomy for flatfoot, modified McBride bunionectomy done in combination with Strayer procedure. What the? ... (27 replies)
... and I had a very severe bunion. I live in Northern California where it's regularly over 100 during the summer so hiding my foot wasn't an option. ... (124 replies)


Associated Tags: 1st tarsometatarsal joint arthrodesis, biofoam wedge, bunionectomy, lateral column lengthening, mcbride bunionectomy, strayer procedure

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