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... I am scheduled for a bunionectomy, MBA implant, and tendon lengthening (near achilles tendon in calf) in a few weeks. Has anyone had this combination? I am most curious about the tendon lengthening and MBA implant. I am wondering about long term results and how long until I can be 'active' again... hiking, swimming, golfing... things like that. He said I will be weight... (1 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy with Akin osteomy on the left foot for a sever bunion condition. ... (2 replies)
... ell its been a week and half since the surgery of my left foot, bunionectomy with a Titanium implant, of course the first few days were rough, but thats expected with any surgery and cutting of your foot, but its been well over a week and half now and honestly I can walk on the heel, and progress is going great. ... (3 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)
... accept my ins. I went this week to a pod surgeon who is certified by the foot and ankle society....he said my surgery looked good....he would have put in a hemi implant though, which I did not get. He suggested to try orthotics before any further surgery and physical therapy....will try the orthotics and pt.... ... (21 replies)
... I see that the dates of experiences with Smart Toe Memory Implant are from 2009. Has anyone had a more current experience? ... (18 replies)
... hi, glad to hear you are going to an ortho. i had a failed bunionectomy so i wound up having my big toe fused. i have no more pain and it will be 6 years. i am totally active. i dont know the answers to your other questions. ... (8 replies)
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... are you working with a podiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon? ... (14 replies)
... g on the shower chair. It's simple to install so you can do it yourself if necessary. Last night I went to the dollar store and picked up 2 small plastic baskets with handles...one for things like nail files, scissors, hand creme, etc. ... (14 replies)
... after the fusion, i went back to tennis!!!!!! it also depends on how much pain you are in right now. if you can live with it the way it is then dont have surgery. if you are in horrible pain then i dont think you have a choice. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with Titchou. In fact, I understand they recommend a fusion for people who want to be active. ... (7 replies)
... I am a senior, almost 70, with arthritis. Arthritis is in my large joint to the big toe, and painful. My Dr. ... (7 replies)
... e I spend my summer months and I am now in Fla. When I came down here I was only 3 mos post op so I missed the opportunity to resolve this problem. I did speak with my Dr. and he said he would recommend a cortisone injection followed with ROM exercises. He also told me this rigidity can be a side effect of the procedure. ... (17 replies)
... I also like and respect my POD. He has a great reputation and I know of others who have had surperb results with his recommendations. I will follow his lead. ... (17 replies)
... ntil May when I go back to Pa. He said sometimes during the healing process the toe tends to retract and adhesions form. He suggested a cortisone shot followed with some exercises to see if that would help loosen up the toe. He also mentioned this can be a side effect of the surgery. ... (17 replies)
... Was there any problems with the fusion due to the fact that there may not have been enough bone due to the implant? ... (4 replies)
... i never found out why my bunionectomy failed. i gave it almost a year then had the implant because the pain was horrible. the implant made it worse and then the final solution was toe fusion. the scar tissue removal was not a bad surgery at all. ... (30 replies)
... Did you ever understand why your bunionectomy failed? ... (30 replies)
... i am actually talking about my 2 feet. my left foot had a failed bunionectomy and hammertoe. i then had an implant put in. ... (30 replies)


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