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... You are doing the right things by resting and elevating your foot. Remember to ice, as well. Yes, the recovery process can be very different for each person, depending both on their bodies and their surgeon's preferences. ... (5 replies)
... or the doctor's philosophy about the recovery process. In May I had surgery on both my feet for "significantly" severe bunions and hammertoes on the toes which had been pushed up by my big bent toes. ... (6 replies)
... as possible. I use a wheelchair for any shopping excursions. I use my crutches with the osteo boot to get around inside the house. Can anyone comment on their recovery process? ... (6 replies)

... I know its normal to lose muscle mass when you are NWB for so long. I also know that this is a long recovery process and that I must be patient. ... (1 replies)
... Hello fellow bunionectomy survivors. Has anyone else out there gone through a Modified McBride bunionectomy? ... (9 replies)
... even though it's such a slow recovery process. ... (149 replies)
... I had a chevron double bunionectomy and they put a disolvable pin in the big toe. I think why I was having so much pain this morning is that I was trying not to take the vicodin.. ... (35 replies)
... I hope you have a bit more patience as only 1 week post-op, you still have some time to go :-) Do you know the exact technique done for your double bunionectomy? That may decide also how soon you can be weight bearing. I had both feet done on June 3rd, but I still keep my feet elevated whenever (which is pretty much all the time). If you are experiencing leg aches and ankles... (35 replies)
... etc., but, somehow, the healing aspect of hands on healing, with the massage......soothing music.....helps the recovery process. I'll try that tea. I love herbal teas with honey. ... (90 replies)
... months out, from a bunionectomy, and the recovery process changes weekly..... ... (7 replies)
... I had a bilateral bunionectomy last year. ... (6 replies)
... I'm thinking about having a bilateral bunionectomy in Jan, 08 and I have a ton of questions. It certainly sounds like a long recovery process and it scares me. Of course, I realize that everyone is different. I am such an active person and I do not look forward to the inactivity at all. ... (6 replies)
... I had an austin bunionectomy in May, and due to the pain the screw was causing, I had it surgically removed last Thursday. ... (2 replies)
... I am scheduled to have a bunionectomy on my right foot and hammer toe correction on the 4 remaining toes. ... (4 replies)
... I had my 8 week appointment today, and everything looks good! The bone is healing well, the scar is fading nicely, and the doctor gave me clearance to resume my normal activities and shoes as tolerated. He said to continue with the therapy and call with any problems, wished me well and sent me on my way. I've been quietly freaking out for the past couple of weeks... (6 replies)
... I can't stress enough how important it is to find a doctor who isn't afraid to push the healing process a little bit. Seriously, the thought of being in a cast, NWB, for months is so scary, and so unnecessary, I think. I am thankful for my doctor every day. ... (6 replies)
... t amount of pain medication. Ice and elevation is VERY important. The reduction of foot swelling during this period will have a significant effect on the entire recovery process. ... (192 replies)
... I realize the recovery process might take a little longer, but I just want this over with. ... (192 replies)
Bunionectomy
May 27, 2005
... Idont know what a k wire is and i didnt get one with my bunionectomy but i did have a pin for about 4 weeks. The swelling hangs around for a very long time so be patient. ... (5 replies)
... op by telling me how painful and long the recovery process would be. He didn't hold back. I didn't purchase myself or thru insurance any fancy walking aids. ... (16 replies)


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