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... That's something I hadn't considered. Did you go to physical therapy or where did you find the exercises? I've been told my arch is fine. I went back to my old 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... (11 replies)
... a nice arch. I have also had someone helping me but it has taken a lot of work. Had I known years ago, when I do now, I never would have let a surgeon remove my bunions because bunions are caused by weak muscles. My feet were so flat that my ankles were rolling in. I now have nice strong ankles, etc. ... (11 replies)
... anks for letting me know you don't notice it much. My big toes are not fused yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if that day came in the future. Supposedly, if my bunions grow back, then that's the next step. Not ready to give up cute shoes, but I can't control my feet. ... (13 replies)

... I had bunions and hammer toe surgery on both feet at the same time, years ago and also had a Morton's neuroma surgery. My advice to you to to stay clear of any podiatrist because they do not have the education that the ortho men have and they are very quick to cut. ... (8 replies)
... I have bunions and about a year or so ago I had a neuroma removed from between my 3rd and 4th toe after trying everything to get it healed. ... (3 replies)
... I am 16 years old and I have bunions which caused a neuroma in my right foot between the 3rd and 4th toe which I ended up getting surgically removed a year ago. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, brand new here..26 yrs old..5 days ago I had foot surgery. Chevron, and tailors bunions both removed. My 2nd metatarsal was shortened, it was about 5mm too long, 2 neuromas removed, and my pinky was turned so it wouldn't go sideways. ... (2 replies)
... I have read other posts about bunions and people having a hard time moving their toes for a long time afterwards. ... (25 replies)
... Happy to hear you are finding some answers for your neuroma problems. I still am experiencing the same weird feeling in my foot as ever, numbness as well a bunched up sock feeling in my foot. ... (124 replies)
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... months before everything settles down after neuroma surgery. Hope that's right! ... (124 replies)
... Hey Sharon, I'm so sorry to hear you are having trouble. You and I had surgery around the same time. Mine was for bunions. I think I recall that you live near my home town Ann Arbor. Could there possibly a specialist connected to the U of M that could help you? I would think they may have some new ideas regarding types of treatment etc. Hope you find the answers and... (124 replies)
... I am going to have surgery for Morton's Neuroma in the near future and at my last visit my doctor mentioned doing a endoscopic gastroc recession procedure along with the neuroma removal. ... (0 replies)
... The toe pain is almost certainly related to your bunions, if you could see an x-ray of your bones you would see how pressure is being put on the middle toes. You might also be pinching the nerves (neuroma) causing pain. The achilles isn't necessarily related except that you might be moving your foot in an unusual manner due to trying to protect your foot from the toe pain. ... (1 replies)
... As for doing the bunion and the neuroma at the same time, I would do it and get it over with. I had hallux limitus in the big toe on the same foot as the neuroma. ... (2 replies)
... ion area and in the neuroma. I left with orthotics and cortizone shots. I was happy for three months. Since then, the symptoms have worsened especially in the neuroma in my right foot. Various other treatments haven't helped. ... (2 replies)
... op from radical bunion removal and Mortons Neuroma surgery. I'm still not suppose to do any weight bearing on the foot. ... (4 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 26, 2007
... cult taking care of yourself if you have both done together, but try to incorporate allot of the suggestions from Kathjack. I had a radical one done plus Mortons Neuroma removal, and I don't know how I would have made it without my daughter taking off work for a few days and then my hubby with me the following few days. ... (10 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 25, 2007
... op from radical buionectomy and Mortons Neuroma removed. You won't be able to put weight on your feet at all. Just having my one foot done was difficult, and ice and elevation will be your constant companion. ... (10 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 24, 2007
... Hi Laura, I am a 54 year old athletic woman who recently (6/26) had my left foot operated (radical bunionectomy, hammer toe, Morton's Neuroma). The initial two weeks are tough & I would get on all fours to navigate from my bed to the bathroom. I did not want to use crutches on thick carpet. Icing & keeping the foot elevated are key. Went to work after two weeks (university... (10 replies)


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