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... I had both tailor's bunions repaired or, at least, that is what was supposed to have been done. ... (1 replies)
... that I would continue to get bunions because the bone wasn't long enough to support my height, weight and activity level. ... (14 replies)
... All the surgeons who operated on me where board certified. Surgery has no guarantee. A foot and ankle OS that I went to told me that it is impossible to predict who will do good or bad with the surgery. I was one of the unfortunates who did not have a good outcome. Bunion surgery is major surgery contrary to what most thing. I am crippled with pain at 52 and don'[t know... (8 replies)

... My mother had two surgeries done for bunions and hammer toes, both times she did not get relief. I blame that on the surgeons that did the operation. She now is very crippled and has pain. ... (8 replies)
... bunionectomy with 2nd metatarsal shortening, 1st MPT joint fusion in January 2010. Both sesamoids removed in October 2011. I also hard surgeries to remove all the hardware. Still in horrible pain. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks again for taking the time to respond to my post. I really appreciate it. (2 replies)
... of bilateral bunions surgeries, including lapidus, one foot will feel better faster than the other. This is because no two surgeries are exactly the same and weight distribution is never even between both sides. ... (2 replies)
... foot surgeries and my gallbladder removed. No problems. ... (5 replies)
... Wow! I had bilateral tailors bunion surgery a year and a half ago. Both were type II I believe, though many years ago someone tried to tell my the right was type III. I did a chevron osteotomy on the right with a temporary pin. The left we decided to just shave off the enlarged portion of bone because the bowing was not bad knowing and it would allow both feet to be done... (1 replies)
... now it seems I'm going to have to go through it on BOTH of my feet! I have very bad bunions which have moved my big toe far over to the other side on both feet plus my little toe has tried to curl around underneath the toe next to it. ... (1 replies)
... could you get all three surgeries in one procedure? ... (1 replies)
... a week of getting used to walking again. Then just had to wait for swelling to go down and tenderness to go away to get into regular shoes again. I had both my surgeries in warm months so velcro sandals were my friend. ... (12 replies)
... then I had the tailor bunion on my left foot removed when I was 18. Many years later at 30, they were both successful surgeries and the bunions have not returned. ... (12 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)
... I think that I have purchased every sandal ever sold since my bunions surgeries. ... (14 replies)
... I've had some significant surgeries but this one scares me! Words of wisdom and your comments appreciated! ... (1 replies)
... :angel:Hi, I'm so glad I saw your question, because, I'm an OR nurse and I see a LOT of bunionectomies done. First of all, let me say that you're brave for having BOTH feet done at once. I understand the logic behind it--"I might as well have both feet done at once, get the pain over with for both feet, then I'll be done with it". I assume you have lots of people... (18 replies)
... f different bunionectomy procedures! Just search the word "bunionectomy procedure" and click the link to Physician Webpages. It shows about 12 different types of surgeries so be sure to ask your doctor which one he plans to use. ... (18 replies)
... Hi! I had my bunion surgeries in June and mid-August, and I am doing great now! The biggest problem in recovering from this type of surgery is that the big toe joint gets stiff after surgery and it takes work to restore its normal motion. As it heals it gets easier to move the toe joint. Prior to the surgery, I was a runner and was very active. Although I have been able... (39 replies)
Bunions x2?
Aug 28, 2007
... Stating that he would no longer do double bunion surgeries because of all the past complaining of his patients. ... (10 replies)




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