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... bwoman also for your suggestions. I've already set up a consultation with a board certified podiatrist who was recommended to me by a friend who had 3 different surgeries. ... (5 replies)
... ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON for sure!! ... (12 replies)
... so. You talk to other nurses or doctors you know. ... (12 replies)

... It's not what they can do but what your feet really need. I know some surgeons who know one or two techniques, so it doesn't matter what your feet need, they may still perform what they know on you. ... (12 replies)
... Hello all, I'm new here, and just wondering about whether those who have had bunionectomies have used an orthopedic surgeon or a podiatrist? ... (12 replies)
... akin bunionectomy. My surgery is a year tomorrow and I am still in pain. The podiatrist who did the surgery is sending me to get an MRI next week to rule out a stress fracture of the tibial sesmoid. Please any advise would be helpful. ... (17 replies)
... Triple arthrodesis is a bigger deal than bunionectomy. I would find a surgeon who does this a lot, preferably an orthopedic surgeon who is board-certified foot and ankle surgeon. Just so your expectations are reasonable, other people say that it took up to a year for them to fully recover from triple arthrodesis, though most are walking to some extent long before that. ... (17 replies)
... My foot is doing awesome. I went for a really long walk last week. We walked about an hour and a half, and probably covered 4 or 5 miles. My foot did not hurt at the end. It was wonderful. I do not remember the last time I could walk without pain. ... (12 replies)
... and if you are in Sydney who was your surgeon that did your feet. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Nurse. I had bilateral bunion removal by a orthopod. at the time i never even considered a podiatrist i suppose ignorance. on my part. ... (12 replies)
... I had bilateral 5th metatarsal bunions done by an orthopedic foot and ankle doc. I made that choice because I had been to see podiatrists and was not impressed. ... (12 replies)
... ray in a week or two. Yay! ... (12 replies)
... I had surgery performed by a podiatrist and am very happy with the result. ... (12 replies)
... because I would not have to pay for it. I had thought that someone who specializes in feet might be a better option, but I think I did make the best choice. The podiatrist recommended an option that I believe would have been temporary at best. I would have still had to have had the fusion at a later date. ... (12 replies)
... a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon? ... (90 replies)
... PLEASE!!! Use an OS for this operation. Mark Myerson at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore is probably one of the best. I had both bunions removed by a podiatrist and the second operation was a disaster. I have to wear special orthotics to compensate for the poor "carpentry". I can share more details. ... (17 replies)
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... I will most likely be facing a bunionectomy and removal of the sesamoid bones soon. I am still trying to find the right person to perform the surgery. ... (17 replies)
... the Podiatrist or Orthopedic Surgeon? ... (6 replies)
... rtant element. I drove after I think 4 weeks. The problem with driving before that is I had a really hard time putting my feet down for more than just a minute or two because the blood would flow there really rapidly and throb like crazy. ... (6 replies)

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