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... olds. I didn't have anyone other than them to help me out and we managed just fine. I experienced very little pain following the surgery and minimal swelling. ... (17 replies)
... The first time I saw an orthopedist about my problems was around 8th grade. He told me to just wear orthotics and that surgery would only complicate my issues. He also said i should think about doing things that don't put that much of a load on my feet for exercise such as swimming. ... (5 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 am now in my 50s and notice my toes are moving more to the side and I have more pain not just at the bunions but in my toes. I also believe I broke the toe next to the big toe on my left foot recently during a workout and am noticing more pain because of that. ... (2 replies)
... away without the surgery. I also had very, very weak ankles and the list goes on. Yoga is also very, very good for strengthening your muscles. I had horrible bunions years ago and had them taken care of by an ortho man, but, lo and behold, one started coming back. ... (4 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 21, 2013
... Both my bunions and flat feet are genetic. ... (6 replies)
... Is it common to have full functionality with your feet after having surgery to remove bunions? ... (2 replies)
... I have been reading your post, sounds like your surgery went really well. I too am having bilateral scarf osteotomy next Tuesday and I'm freaking out a little! ... (40 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 30, 2010
... running and once I had the first foot done I was so relieved. The pain I felt before the surgery was MUCH worse than any pain I felt afterwards. I had some pain with the second one, but it was only because of some swelling in the first few days. ... (6 replies)
... ot has a large bunion, and a hammer toe forming. The bunion does prevent me from wearing many different shoes. I work in a fitness center where I am able to wear running shoes, which is what I wear most often. I wear heals on occassions, but not that frequently. ... (1 replies)
... no problem. For me, one issue was age. Bunions never get better. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 57, active, and have had bunions since childhood. My sister had the surgery when she was 23, when I was 11, and the docs looked at my feet and nodded knowingly. ... (24 replies)
... chool as the crazy guy that runs all the time. So it has been a challenge when a school worker who is carrying around an extra 70 pounds says to me, "So all that running caught up to you and now you have to have your feet operated on. Every person I know who runs has had some injury or another. ... (207 replies)
... ided temporary relief, but after a long run with some pain the whole time I discovered the the two toes were dislocated. 3 weeks after seeing my podiatrist I had surgery in which the two bones were shortened, the toes straightened and pinned, and the bunion corrected. ... (19 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)
... and given two options. One, get orthodics which may or may not work, are expensive, and were not covered by my insurance. Two, opt for surgery which also may or may not work, is expensive but covered at least in part but he didn't think that the best option. ... (9 replies)
... I had had my bunions for decades and my doctor described them as "significantly severe. ... (2 replies)
... I am scheduled for my left foot bunionectomy on October 10th, three days after I will complete my 50th marathon in St. George, Utah. My bunions seem to be hereditory. ... (4 replies)
... Good for you! I'm having surgery for bunion and four hammertoes next week. Your letter really gave me some comfort. ... (5 replies)
... I've actually met quite a few women who's feet are so bad now they are mostly in wheelchairs and it's all due to the bunions being so bad and having the hammertoes as well with them, etc. I don't ever want to be dependent like that if I can help it. Prevention is the key. ... (22 replies)

Associated Tags: bilateral scarf bunion osteotomy bunionectomy, bunion surgery, bursitis, feet pain, recovery expectation, surgery recovery

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