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... I had surgery back in November of 2002. My problem is that my right toe is still stiff. As a result, I have knee and lower back pain. The range of motion in my toe is not great. Any advice? ... (3 replies)
... I also know what you mean with the stiff toe! Both Mine are surprisingly stiff!! I'm just keeping up the ice and the exercise!! ... (11 replies)
... m happy I had the surgery done and I would still have selected the Keller procedure. The horrible pain I had previously is completely gone. If I am left with a stiff toe, so be it. That is exactly what I would have ended up with if I had chosen a fusion but at least my toe isn't cocked up in a strange position....! ... (17 replies)

... i did have a bunionectomy almost 4 years ago. it never heeled correctly and i wound up 3 years later with big toe fusion. my big toe will never move again and it sticks up about 10 degrees. i now have to have 2 more surgeries for hammertoes. ... (4 replies)
... op. My big toe and 2nd toe are a little shorter than they were before the surgery but I've gotten used to it. They were also verrrry stiff and I was terrified of touching my toes or any part of my foot. PT was incredibly helpful. ... (4 replies)
... My toe is very stiff and a bit shorter since my bunionectomy. The numbness has subsided, but it does feel bizarre. ... (4 replies)
... I'm afraid to bend my very stiff toe, for fear of breaking it. ... (7 replies)
... did express that she healed well, but I'm desperate to hear that other people are back to normal, further from their surgery than me. I'm afraid to bend my very stiff toe, for fear of breaking it. ... (7 replies)
... It has been one year since my bunionectomy. I have a stiff toe and pain on the bottom of my foot. The Doctor said that it's because of the scar tissue. ... (5 replies)
... I had my big toe fused last year, and am running just fine. I am not a distance runner, but play competitive tennis, so I was very concerned about having the surgery done. ... (6 replies)
... along with basketball, cycling and hiking. In December of 2013 I had my first foot surgery. I was diagnosed at Kaiser with a bunion, and had a bunionectomy on my right foot. They cut a v shape and inserted several screws. After a few months I started to experience pain that was very similar to before the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I have one fused toe, next to the biggie, and had a bunionectomy on that foot at the same time. Both toes were really stiff for about a year but I kept working on curling them and moving them to work through the scar tissue. I have no problem walking with the fused toe anymore. ... (9 replies)
... Walking has been great, I was in a splint for 2 weeks, got my stiches out, then had a fiberglass cast on for 4 weeks, went to the cam boot for 2 weeks, which after a few days I could walk in that, and 6 weeks I was able to wear my husbands old running shoes, I am currently near 10 weeks post op on the lapidus... I can wear my running shoes to the gym, they are a bit snug,... (7 replies)
... me was pretty strong, I was able to walk w the camboot w ease, and stretched and rotated my ankle when I wasn't in the camboot, so when I went in I felt good, my toe still barely moved, but I was cleared to walk when I could, which was that same day, obviously w a limp. ... (6 replies)
... I'm also wearing toe spacers for a month. My feet look great and the big toe is perfectly straight on both feet as well as bunions are gone. ... (0 replies)
... f the pieces of hardware, notch the bone, maybe do a bone graft, put in a plate on the side to support the big toe. Fix toes 2 and 3 with a notch and pin the big toe and those together for 6 weeks so they would heal straigth. He would do a hammertoe correction on the 4th toe. ... (21 replies)
... ause the doctor had never informed her that they would be putting in a permanent metal rod with two screws in her big toe. As a result she can no longer bend her toe at all, it is permanently frozen stiff in the same position and this is causing her pain when she tries to walk. ... (2 replies)
... Im now allowed to walk normally but the pain is a killer. Its underneath the joint of my big toe and Im still walking on the heel and outer part of my foot to naturally protect this area. ... (26 replies)
... Wow..... I so impressed. I just finished week 4 and I'm still using a crutch with very little weight on my heel. My Doctor prefers no weight on your foot for six weeks. Can't imagine how it will be when I am given the go ahead to walk. Will I be able to just take off or am I going to end up taking weeks getting comfortable walking on my foot again. (26 replies)
... I had a scarf bunionectomy osteotomy. ... (26 replies)

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