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... time, massage therapist. I work less than 15 hours per week, but the time I spend working, I am on my feet. ... (0 replies)
... I am waiting for a date to have both my bunions removed. ... (1 replies)
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... op recovery time, for example fusion. ... (3 replies)
... My hammertoe curled under, something like a clawtoe. It did not lap over unto the big toe. I have bunions also, but I am not having anymore foot surgery. They don't bother me as long as I wear wide enough shoes. ... (12 replies)
... to have fusion spinal surgery 4 years ago. One doctor did minimal fusion surgery...small incision so less recovery time etc. Well, when I did further research I found some scary information. ... (7 replies)
Nov 12, 2007
... but you'd be surprised what you can do if you really want something done. i dont feel at all that my recovery time would be any less with one versus both, it's just more inconvenient. careful planning is crucial for your own sanity and everyone around you. ... (25 replies)
... During that time I wore velcro surgical sandals. ... (6 replies)
... I have to disagree with the last line. I had surgery for a severe bunion three months ago and was on my feet (heel walking) within a few days. I know others here have experienced the same thing. I'd definitely consult with another doctor. If you saw a podiatrist, maybe try an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in foot/ankle problems. Or even another podiatrist. If he... (16 replies)
... en you get surgery and it is a quality of life issue nothing else. When it keeps you from doing the things that you like to do then I would think about it. The recovery time for the vast majority of bunion surgeries is 6 weeks of nonweightbearing regardless of the technique. ... (16 replies)
... And longer recovery time but how did you know? ... (16 replies)
... says my bunions are what they call "friendly" still, so the surgery is relatively simple and recovery time is short. ... (7 replies)
Bunions for life?
Jun 20, 2006
... y hurting you. Also, you may not need a fusion and my rambling may not even be pertinent. Whatever you do, make sure you do lots of research and be ready for the recovery time. ... (10 replies)
Bunions for life?
Jun 20, 2006
... considering surgery, at least for my most painful foot, but my podiatrist is strongly against it. He thinks I should wait until I can't conservatively treat the bunions to go under the knife. ... (10 replies)
... I was in sports when I was younger. I first saw podiatrist at age 11. By 16, I was recommended surgery, but I didn't do it because of sports and the time I would be out from them. As I got older, I always had an excuse that it wasn't a good time to do surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I have ever had was a tonsilectomy at age 5. I inherited very bad feet from my mother's side of the family and all my toes on both feet are crossed over and the bunions are unbelievable. I spend a lot of time on the beach and never EVER take off my shoes and socks out of embarrassment at the appearance of my feet. ... (16 replies)
Bunions in NYC
Feb 7, 2006
... e is big and ugly and only now, a year later, kinda ok looking. I never did get full movement in my big's ok, but less than I thought it would be. The recovery time SUCKED. Way longer than I was led to believe. ... (7 replies)
... My bunions are painful but that's because i go on pointe alot, not because they are very severe. ... (5 replies)
... times a week, my bunions are more than a little agravated. I know there's bunions surgery but i don't know much about it. ... (5 replies)
Jun 16, 2005
... or two bunions and two bunionettes to be specific. i konw surgery is not ideal and it sucks to have to take time off work and be on crutches etc etc. however, i just want to let you all know that IT WAS THE BEST DECISIOSN I EVERY MADE!!!!! ... (20 replies)

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