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... I had my bunionectomy (right foot only, with permanent screws) on November 2. Was given the go ahead yesterday to resume very low-impact exercise (yoga, elliptical trainer, stationary bike, swimming. . . ) I can resume dance classes in January (if all goes well, I am currently doing physical therapy to help improve my range of motion). I thought i would be itching to... (1 replies)
... I've been lurking and reading through past posts of others' experiences and am here to post with my question. So hello fellow bunion surgery survivors! ... (1 replies)
... I had a Chevron Osteotomy bunionectomy on my right foot 13 days ago. I am due for a follow up on Wednesday with my orthopedic surgeon. ... (5 replies)

... along with healing, recovery and physical therapy I would think. Hey, I am a volunteer caring clown at my hospital and I took clown noses for my docs and nurses. Took one for myself and had my husband take a pic of me. Laughter is healing. Keep me posted and be well! ... (16 replies)
... more weeks. She likes that you can take them off and she believes strongly in starting PT at the 2 week. ... (21 replies)
... on my left foot and the pain is still here. I am getting so depressed and driving myself crazy wishing i had not gone through with the surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I did everything right, never bumped the foot or hit it, kept it propped up during the day and while sleeping, the recovery felt like forever! ... (6 replies)
Recovery question
Jul 18, 2010
... I am new here and I hope I am doing all this correctly and will receive some help and advice. On Feb 4, 2010 I had surgery on my left foot. ... (1 replies)
... I finally got my stitches out but still very stiff and sore. I started my PT and was wondering if they are going to make you do some Physical Therapy on your feet? ... (97 replies)
... I only had one foot done but had 2 bunions and bone spurs removed on June 29th. Having stitches on each end of my foot has been quit a challenge in walking! ... (35 replies)
... of anesthesia did you have, and does your foot look good? ... (15 replies)
... I suggest that you go to an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in ankles and feet. I just had a tendon transfer, a calcaenal osteotomy, an achilles lengthening, a bunionectomy and removal of an accessory navicular. ... (27 replies)
... bearing for two weeks, after which I started walking more and more. ... (4 replies)
... If its not too severe. I've heard people say that their physical therapy was painful and i wonder when if toe stretches are supposed to hurt. ... (22 replies)
... Thank you dancergal, your posts are encouraging. I've been a dancer. I now do pilates and am a runner, so, my hope for a full recovery is primary. How long did you go to physical therapy? ... (5 replies)
... again in my surgery foot. I started physical therapy around the 7 week mark. I was scared to touch my foot at first so I didn't do any exercises at home until after my first PT visit. ... (5 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy and cheilectomy on my left foot on Nov. 30. ... (3 replies)
... pain, quick recovery category. There are all levels of bunionectomies, ranging from mild to severe. Depending on the severity of your bunionectomy will determine how you progress. I think age has a lot to do with it too. Your positive attitude will also help. ... (6 replies)
... hammertoe surgery and never had a cast or boot, just surgical sandals for two weeks. ... (6 replies)
... It will never be convenient. If you want to walk right after the procedure and also fully recover, don't have it done at all. ... (192 replies)


Associated Tags: bunionectomy post-op, bunions, bunions removed, double bunionectomy, physical therapy

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