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... I am 3 and a half months post austin bunionectomy and screw fix. ... (0 replies)
... It has been a very long journey for me. In April 2016 I had surgery #2 to remove all the hardware and move my heel back over to neutral as the first surgeon messed up my foot. Then in October 2016 I had surgery #3 to remove the screws from my second surgery and elevate my second metatarsal. Right now I am walking on the outside of my foot as my foot was way overcorrected... (14 replies)
... along with basketball, cycling and hiking. In December of 2013 I had my first foot surgery. I was diagnosed at Kaiser with a bunion, and had a bunionectomy on my right foot. They cut a v shape and inserted several screws. After a few months I started to experience pain that was very similar to before the surgery. ... (2 replies)

... Would custom orthotics take pressure off my big toe? ... (0 replies)
... I'd still need more information, if it was me. Many people overpronate. There are syles of shoes that compensate for that. As for the pain in the ball of your foot, one would expect that to happen if you need a bunionectomy. And flat shoes in general are not all good for your feet. What you need is some that are supportive and have a sturdy sole - not a ballet flat. (6 replies)
... I'm not sure I'd accept that as a valid reason. WHY does he recommend it? What's the science behind it??? (6 replies)
... I found that orthotics helped me after surgery. It seems to take the pressure off of the forefoot. ... (6 replies)
... It was recommended by the surgeon. He says he recommends orthotics to basically everyone after the surgery. ... (6 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy a couple of week ago and have new custom orthotics for my 'leisure' shoes. I don't yet have custom orthotics for my work shoes, and won't be covered through insurance for another pair for 8 more months. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Everyone - I am new to this board and it looks like it offers a great wealth of information. I will be having my Austin & Akin bunionectomy & osteotomy next week on November 6. I will break this post into three sections of specific information: 1) My background, 2) the diagnosis & procedures, and 3) questions for recovery. BACKGROUND I am a 37-year-old healthy... (6 replies)
Bunionectomy
Sep 21, 2014
... f the ankles and legs on the Internet. If you go on to Amazon and look up toe separators, they do wonders and will help a great deal. There is also no need for orthotics because they just make the muscles and tendons weaker and the podiatrists rich! Good luck and I hope you stay clear of any surgeon or podiatrist. ... (18 replies)
... HI Sorry you are in so much pain. I too was a dancer, but had to quit at 24 from my accessory navicular being too painful. had surgery last year and despite a rocky recovery, am doing better. I would definitely recommend having both procedures done at the same time! then you only need to have one surgery with one recovery time. Logically that makes sense to me, but then... (2 replies)
... I am interested in getting a bunionectomy and accessory navicular bone in my ankle removed at the same time this year. Is it a terrible idea to get both procedures done at the same time? ... (2 replies)
... e and am working from home now and will be for another 10 days or so. I am worried about 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)
... ertified by the foot and ankle society....he said my surgery looked good....he would have put in a hemi implant though, which I did not get. He suggested to try orthotics before any further surgery and physical therapy....will try the orthotics and pt....have my doubts whether the pt will help at this point.... ... (21 replies)
... necessary with ice and elevation of the foot for the first several days. The same lifetime precautions are necessary in that following the repair of any bunion orthotics must be worn and heels avoided. ... (0 replies)
... as not normal. Said that DPM1 either created or left behind a dorsal bunion that pinched by swollen joint so it wasn't giving it a chance to heal. Gave me custom orthotics that have helped with the pain as they keep my feet aligned. ... (4 replies)
... Only do it if you are in pain and not for cosmetic procedures. Make sure your surgeon has done alot of these procedures. Make sure he is board certified in foot and ankle surgery. A foot and ankle ortho doc just told me no one needs bunion surgery; you can try wider shoes and orthotics. You don''t walk on your face. Good luck. (6 replies)
... Hello, I have a pretty large bunion on my left foot that is causing serious issues. I had orthotics made by a podiatrist (he does not do surgeries) 4 months ago and my foot pain has lessened a little but it is still not good. I am waiting (likely 2 years) for an appointment at the foot clinic at St. Paul's......Waiting two years is a wee bit too long for me so I am... (0 replies)
... I had discussed the matter for years with my podiatrist who did not support surgery but was more willing to inject my paining area and prescribe expensive new orthotics every six months . ... (41 replies)


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