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... My feet hurt everyday with weight bearing. I have had bunions for as long as I can remember, and my arches are collapsed. ... (1 replies)
... I hope this helps some of us. ... (0 replies)
... if you count removing the hardware after the 4th surgery. The first was a bunionectomy about 8 to 10 years ago performed by a Podiatrist my primary care physician recommended. The bunion came back within 10 months. ... (14 replies)

... Thank you for the report because you have been on my mind. I, also, was told it was neurological by the man who fit me to the othotics as well as my general man. I have not read your former letters before writing this, but didn't you tell me you were tested for nerve damage? ... (14 replies)
... I would not be willing to spend that kind of money if I were you and I speak from experience. I had bunion surgery years ago and also had hammertoes taken care of by an orthopedic surgeon. Well, here it is years later and a hammer toe was coming back and my feet were going out of line again. ... (6 replies)
... who specializes in body physics, I am sure you can be helped. My feet have been in horrible condition for years and I thought it was inherited. They were flat, the plantar facia on the bottom of the foot was so tight it caused all sorts of problems. ... (6 replies)
Bunions
Nov 19, 2007
... thanks for the reply monster bunion. how long does it take for the bone on the bottom of my foot to go away or settle into where it is suppose to? ... (25 replies)
Bunions
Nov 18, 2007
... All of what you describe sounds normal to me. I had the lapidus surgery June 20. At 12 weeks, the big toe joint is really sore and stiff and takes a long time to loosen up. ... (25 replies)
... fire FRANKENFOOT!!!! Laurie, that is SO funny. I would never have come up with that myself. Thanks for the laugh. ... (10 replies)
... metoo, thanks for your words. Exactly, we have a lot of common syptom. MRI show nothing wrong in tendon, and the knee is getting inward. When doing flexing knee, I also can hear some sound like rice crispes. ... (16 replies)
... on my left foot and the pain is still here. I am getting so depressed and driving myself crazy wishing i had not gone through with the surgery. ... (4 replies)
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... I'm 17 and have very flat feet that are products of genetics. ... (2 replies)
... weeks ago. I wore a surgical sandal for 3 weeks and was on crutches for the first 2 weeks. Three weeks postop, I had my dressing removed, and I could wear a tennis shoe or sandal. ... (3 replies)
... WWhat does your doctor say about the "Knot". Ask him what it is! ... (13 replies)
... The first surgery happened because the second toe was being pushed from it's socket because of the great toe. I could feel the bone of the second toe protruding from the bottom of my foot. Pain. ... (9 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with capsulitis. After several months of discomfort and pain, my doctor has concluded that I have this problem. I have had three injections. My pain is in the middle toe. ... (9 replies)
... I think it might be Morton's Toe. I had it in combination with my bunions. I'm not sure though. I got a callous on the bottom of my foot where you describe. It helped when a podiatrist would scrape it. Good luck! ... (2 replies)
... Hey everyone! My doctor says the bunion on my left foot is too severe for most procedures and I need a Base Wedge procedure. ... (1 replies)
... the pressure that area of your foot has "requires" more padding, so that's why your skin cells grow rapidly and build up into callouses. wearing orthotics from the doctor might help with redistributing the pressure so that your callouses will eventually wear down and disappear. ... (2 replies)


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