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... I had horrible bunions, crooked toes and you name it for a number of years and this threw my walk way off. When things were getting worse, I had the bunion surgery and the toes straightened out and that was well over fifteen years ago. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry you are in so much pain. I too was a dancer, but had to quit at 24 from my accessory navicular being too painful. had surgery last year and despite a rocky recovery, am doing better. I would definitely recommend having both procedures done at the same time! ... (2 replies)
... This is my first post here and any advice is greatly appreciated! ... (2 replies)

... It is amazing how much problem plantar faciitis can cause!! If the plantar facia is out of whack, it can effect the whole foot and your leg and your hip. I was fit to orthotics and wore them for years after a foot surgeon suggested that I get some. ... (3 replies)
... It is my understanding that those of us with flat feet are more prone to getting bunions if we don't wear shoes/orthotics that provide good support. In my case, I just had the bunion fixed. For the flat feet, I stick to shoes that have good support. (1 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this place and have spent a while reading the threads. I am gathering information about foot surgery and would love some input from those of you who have BTDT. I realize that people heal differently and the quality of healthcare isn't the same across the board. ... (2 replies)
... On another post I wrote that I was diagnosed with a bunion and my podiatrist said that orthotics won't slow the progression of a bunion. After doing research, I'm convinced that they will at least help. I didn't realize the different types though. ... (4 replies)
... unfortunately surgery is the only option.. toe separators and orthotics can help ease the pain or slow progression, but they can't prevent them and they don't fix them either. Is the left foot painful for you? ... (1 replies)
Jan 9, 2006
... Well, I managed to squeeze in at an early appointment today. Anyway, the podiatrist told me that I do have bunions and advised I get orthotics or if I couldn't afford them, some bunion pads and toe seperaters. ... (7 replies)
... so orthotics were the only things to try. However, my doctor said the bunions would still get worse with time, and orthotics would only slow the progress. ... (4 replies)
... I've always had bunions and standing or walking any amount of time makes my feet hurt. Now I'm 5 wks post op austin bunionectomy. ... (1 replies)
... the person may have pulled too hard. If you want to improve your dorsiflexion, a good way to start is to sit in a chair with one leg crossed over the other knee and gently turn the ankle of the crossed leg. You can also step on a tennis ball, which will loosen the ligaments in your feet and that will loosen up your ankle. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with your doctor who said to ditch the orthotics and get into some strengthening exercises. I had orthotics years ago and all they did was make my feet very, very weak, which, in turn, made my leg muscles weak. ... (11 replies)
... shoes like week but noticed today they are wearing out on the inside. They are Clarks. I may try to get another pair of Clarks since I've worn them in the past and they usually have good padding in them. I'll just have to make sure I have plenty of room in them. ... (11 replies)
... Orthotics, literally, RUINED my feet, so I suggest you not wear them and get into some strengthening exercises. One has weak arches due to weak muscles. ... (11 replies)
... am of some sort where you stretch your muscles or else use a slant board or buy some yoga toes. The planta facia is like an elastic band that is under your foot and connects to the toes and heel and if that is tight, you will have all sorts of problems. ... (4 replies)
... Can you tell us exactly what kind of exercises you do/did to reach this point? (7 replies)
... I had HORRIBLE pronation and the most flat feet any one has seen. Wore orthotics and they did nothing but damage my feet because they made the feet muscles weaker, which, in turn, made the heel tight and the shins and legs tight. ... (7 replies)
... ankle orthopedists. The anatomy in there is tricky, there are nerves that are easily messed with and healing is tough because there is not a good blood supply. ... (2 replies)
Jan 15, 2015
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