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... I really want to get better and the doctor told me to walk on it. I had a flat foot reconstruction, bunionectomy , calcaenal osteotomy, achilles lengthening and tendon transfers. ... (13 replies)
... After seven weeks I got a walking cast which I wore for another month. I'm now wearing only sneakers. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your kind words. I've only had the walking cast for 2 weeks. It's great to be able to move around on my own some but believe me its very limited. ... (10 replies)

... leg. I would give anything to be in a walking cast throughout this entire ordeal , but of course, I'd probably find a way to jog...Just kidding. ... (10 replies)
... es away, but not always. Getting the pins out wasnt that bad its quick and you've certainly had wose pain from the surgery. I'm 10 weeks post op today, I have a walking cast and can put my full weight to walk on it for up to 10 min each hour, have to elevate in between, nothing like a swollen foot in a hard cast. ... (10 replies)
... Hi! I'm 34 and just had my left bunion done almost exactly a month ago. It sounds like our surgeries are quite different - mine involved cutting the bone in two spots and putting in surgical screws and a small plate, removing the bunion and also putting in a removable pin to hold the bones in place. I'll be getting the pin taken out in a couple more weeks. I was told... (4 replies)
... On May 2, 2008 I had a bunionectomy and the first metatarsal bone fused on my left foot. ... (1 replies)
... At the time I posted, I had not tried walking yet but just did. The first time I have put any weight on my foot since January 9th! Even with two crutches and only minimal weight, I feel so much better. ... (24 replies)
... I went to the doctor today and got good news for a change. She said the xray and my foot look good and she put me in a hard walking cast with the ugly shoe. ... (24 replies)
... Hi All, I am thinking of having my 2nd foot done in March or April and my dr said he would use the austin/chevron procedure. To give you some background, I had a severe bunion on my right foot and had a base wedge osteotomy on that foot last April. I was on crutches for 6 weeks and all that jazz. My right foot is just about back to normal now with a little bit of... (14 replies)
... After a double bunionectomy/hammertoe surgery, I was NWB for only two weeks (and even then I was okay'd to walk very short distances in my surgical sandals-- like to go to the bathroom), but when I did start walking, my doctor said to stop when it hurt. That point changed every day/week-- I think I went from one block to four blocks during Weeks 4 to 8; after that I progressed... (16 replies)
... Hi all, I had a bunionectomy almost 4 weeks ago and my leg muscle is virtually non existent and when i do exercises to stregthen my calf and increase the range of motion in my foot i get bad cramps in my calf. Has anyone else experience these problems and do you have any suggestions to help? Also, I would love suggestions to stregthen my calf and increase the range of... (2 replies)
... and it appears I have a stress fracture, probably from where the cut was made for the bunionectomy in September. He thinks I just overloaded my foot when I increased the incline on my treadmill. ... (8 replies)
... as difficult in that I'm not in as much pain. I'm still on crutches for another 4 weeks and then after that we'll see how I'm doing. I'm not sure if I'll be in a walking cast or just a soft shoe at that point. ... (2 replies)
... op last week and had a temporary cast and dressings removed. ... (6 replies)
... would have rather covered more than not enough especially while swimming in a lake. I really don't think it is worth it unless you are a swimmer. The drugstore cast cover is a better deal for the shower. I managed to get it over my boot. ... (14 replies)
... causing ankles, knees, lower back and shoulders to hurt. PT said all the hurt is from my body getting out of allignment from all the limping and leaning and not walking properly. It's a slow process but hopefully will be worth it. ... (7 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy last October. I had a pin, no screw, which was removed at 6 months. I wore the velcro shoe for 24 days, then a sneaker, then a loose shoe. ... (7 replies)
... I had a bunion removed from my right foot the end of July. The bone was cut; toe realigned; permanent screw put in & spur cut off the top joint. I was minimal weight bearing for the first 2 weeks. I had a surgical shoe on and was permitted to put weight on my foot and walk. At 4 weeks, I started wearing sneakers. Returned to work at 5 weeks. Right now, I am 8 weeks out... (7 replies)
... Wanted to find out what the differences or similarities were out there. Could you list the: 1) type of surgery you had and if you had screws placed 2) if you were placed in a cast or boot and for how long w or w/o weight bearing during that time, and 3) how much time you took off before you went back to work - esp if you had minimal walking and a desk job (did you... (7 replies)




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