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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 am scheduled for an akin bunionectomy in january. ... (1 replies)
... I think recovery time partly depends on your age. I've noticed on these boards that the younger ones seem to recover a lot more quickly and fully. ... (5 replies)

... n 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)
... weeks, the last thing you want to do is an impact exercise such as jogging. I am a runner also and understand you want to get back to it. ... (5 replies)
... ling a little better and I am hoping it will continue. I am interested in hearing your replies. I was exercising up until the surgery and now not being able to exercise normally is depressing me. ... (11 replies)
... the nurse wheeled me to the bathroom and when I came back to the recovery area, I changed into my street clothes. ... (12 replies)
... hope your recovery is going well. ... (64 replies)
... ut and the bandages came off. He literally made me go the next day, and I'm convinced that's been a big factor in my recovery. I was going crazy from the lack of exercise and the physiotherapist found me a personal trainer who came to the house and helped me exercise without putting pressure on my feet. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Delightfuldior, so glad to hear a reply as a new member myself! It does encourages me a lot to have such on-line community support during these tough weeks :) Your photos are looking good, I have to say, you're definitely on the road to full recovery, and your toes look straight and nice. I really believe it is just a matter of time for you to get the full bounds back in... (41 replies)
... Hi, it's great to read stories from people who have had the surgery and are now in the recovery stage. I had a double bunionectomy last Thursday and was not sure what to expect. I seem to be able to hobble around on the crutches and the pain is not too bad. ... (8 replies)
... Your recovery sounds like it is right on target to me. I had an Austin bunionectomy and bunionectomy on the 5th metatarsal of the right foot two years ago. I was into a shoe the fifth week. The stiffness is normal. ... (3 replies)
... I am at the end of a 10 week post op recovery from an austin bunionectomy and screw fix. After wearing a boot and ace bandage for eight weeks, I have been trying to wear athletic shoes. ... (0 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy and screw fix surgery 2 1/2 months ago. I wore a boot and an ace bandage with a toe separator. I removed the boot and the bandage at the end of the 2 month period. I have been wearing athletic shoes and a shoe with a good arch support. My foot tires and there is pain in the toe area, so I continue to walk on the side of foot and nurse the foot... (0 replies)
... op shoe when I'm out in crowded places. This helps signal others to exercise caution so that they don't inadvertently step on my toes. ... (73 replies)
... The length of time for total recovery is what is frustrating. My foot looks so perfect on the outside but it's still not in a shoe, except when I drive. ... (90 replies)
... I so did not expect all the issues. I planned on a certain amount of recovery time and I'm just about at my limit. I have to get on with things. It is no different than my back issue. ... (29 replies)
... just remember to rest before you jump into any exercise. you have to let things heal. ask your dr what you can do and follow his instructions. but i am a firm believer in attacking the problem so anything you can do now would be great for recovery. (24 replies)
... You're right almost 6 days down. Exercise in patience that's for sure. Have to figure out how to "be" at work. ... (8 replies)
... and working in some exercise along the way to keep the body moving. I can see why you chose to get both done at the same time. I would have thought it would really immobilize you. ... (8 replies)


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