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... And most important of all, was the procedure worth it to you? ... (6 replies)
... I haven't had either exact procedure but a couple of others that are similar on both big toe joints. Neither had hardware. ... (6 replies)
... I chose this guy because he has been performing this procedure every week for 19 years, is rated one of the top in the city, and is one where I could actually get an appointment within a few months and have this taken care of within a year. He takes time to answer questions, one can reach his staff, and doesn't push things on you that you're not comfortable with. I honestly... (6 replies)

... I had a bunionectomy and osteotomy on my left foot 4 weeks ago. To my surprise at my 4 week checkup, my Dr. ... (1 replies)
... All in all, I have to say that my surgery experience has been easier than I anticipated:) I had to report to the hospital last Friday, 1/21, at 6:30 am, and I was home by 10 am (including a stop through Dunkin Donuts drive thru for coffee!). I had "twilight" anesthesia and an ankle block. I did wake up towards the end of the procedure, but it wasn't a bad thing by any means.... (14 replies)
... I'll let you know how my procedure goes next week! Keep posting on your recovery! ... (14 replies)
... appointment tomorrow already. Not sure what he will do...probably just check the incision and replace the cast. Hope you are getting everything in order for your procedure next week. Before you know it, you will be on the mend! Keep in touch. ... (14 replies)
... I am going to a podiatrist who specializes in reconstructive surgeries of the foot and ankle. He has done my particular procedure 'hundreds' of times...which I was glad to hear as I don't want a novice exploring on my precious toes! ... (14 replies)
... Hi Gleegirl! Wow - our experiences do sound very similar. I hope everything goes smoothly and easy for you tomorrow - are you working with a podiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon? I have a podiatrist. Keep posting on your progress - you will be my road map for my recovery:wave:I am so glad that I found this health board to use as part of my support system! (14 replies)
... I am 53 and scheduled for a keller procedure on the great toe tomorrow Jan 5th. ... (14 replies)
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Dec 1, 2016
... I had a medial slide calcaneal osteotomy, lapidus bunionectomy, akin procedure and gastrocnemius recession on Wednesday, November 2nd and returned to the doctor today for my four week check. ... (2 replies)
... I had a medial slide calcaneal osteotomy, lapidus bunionectomy, akin procedure and gastrocnemius recession on Wednesday morning to correct my flat foot and bunion issues. ... (2 replies)
... so I'm 38 and 10 years ago I decided to have something done about it. I don't even recall what the procedure was. As I've done some current research it seems like it was the Austin Bunionectomy. ... (11 replies)
... I ran across your story while researching 5th metatarsal osteotomy surgery for its long term effects. I have had the surgery on both feet now. I had the right foot done in may of 2003. ... (4 replies)
... I had to remove all of my clothes and just wear the gown. I also thought I could keep my underwear and bra on but they said no. I think they don't want anything from your home on you when you go into surgery for many reasons. Some of the reasons you have already read on this site and one other reason may be to keep the surgery room free of any germs. (14 replies)
... Oh okay...whats the chevron procedure? Do you have permanat screws in your toes? I had scarf osteotomy on both feet plus an extra procedure on my left (akin). Oh thats okay if your in a least you wont be stuck in your room like i was for 4 weeks!! (64 replies)
... You still need to ask your dr. the exact name of the procedure, as what you described could encompass several procedures. My 2nd bunionectomy involved them doing a V cut on the distal portion of my bone...I was able to bear weight as tolerated immediately. It was a Chevron osteotomy. ... (6 replies)
... I'm having bunion surgery (bunionectomy and "v" osteotomy) in a few days and just met with my doctor for the pre-op visit. I wasn't worried before, but I sure am now! He told me they'll have to do blood work an hour before the surgery, and that I'll probably lose more blood during the blood work than the surgery (WHAT? How much blood are they going to take?!?!?) He... (14 replies)
... hey know on you. Being a nurse, you definitely have the advantage to know the good ones. Get a few consults, and see if they all reach the same consensus in the procedure to improve your feet. ... (12 replies)
... l be doing much better soon. Hang in there, sometimes things get worse before they can get better. Don't forget, eventhough you only had one foot done, but the procedure was quite extensive, so it will probably take more time to heal. I probably wouldn't like it if my OS had to peel off my scabs too. ... (97 replies)

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