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... What exercises or therapies are good after bunionectomy? ... (5 replies)
... akin osteotomy for juvenile bunions. Once she's had her surgery, I will post up any exercises she is given. Hope you are recovering well, from all I've read it's not an easy surgery to go through. ... (1 replies)
... p break up scar tissue from the neuroma surgery. Thanks for the detailed description of your exercises. Even though we don't have the same problem, I think your exercises might be of help for me. I do alot of toe and calf stretching exercising at therapy. ... (27 replies)

... next week and I have noticed that all of the small toes will bend now. The right big toe will bend some but the left one is still stiff as a board. What kind of exercises do they do in PT? ... (4 replies)
... I was doing stretching exercises daily on my own from about week 3 and my big toes were still totally stiff. ... (4 replies)
... My feet were so flat that they rolled in and now have nice arches, due to much hard work on my behalf and some physical therapy and yoga has helped. ... (2 replies)
... That's something I hadn't considered. Did you go to physical therapy or where did you find the exercises? ... (11 replies)
Jan 15, 2015
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... You may have read other responses by me in regards to flat feet, bunions and surgery, but if you have not, I will repeat. I had flat feet for years as well as bunions and hammer toes and weak ankles and I thought it was something that runs in my family. ... (14 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 20, 2013
... I totally agree with what danabarb said in that you should try the strengthening and loosening exercises first. It pains me to think of someone your age going through the trauma of foot surgery. ... (6 replies)
... ears after a foot surgeon suggested that I get some. Thought bad feet ran in my family and they do, but stay clear of the surgeons and stay clear of orthotics. Bunions and hammer toes and plantar faciitis are caused by weak muscles in the feet and legs and hips. ... (3 replies)
... The first thing you should do is stretch and that will really help. You can look up stretching exercises on the Internet. ... (3 replies)
... es but not had them on long enough to see how they really feel. I cannot wear my old work shoes, though, because 1. they're all sorts of stretched out from the bunions and just being old. Also, 2. ... (19 replies)
... hether or not they need to get bunionectomies might be inspired by our experiences to do it sooner rather than later. I also waited way too many years and let my bunions get really bad. ... (72 replies)
... everyone.......I'm finally starting to believe this too really shall pass! It will.......and we will all be feeling so great once it's over and no more painful bunions to deal with all the time!!! ... (32 replies)
... balance sneaks were already a size bigger and extra wide width since my bunions were so bad. ... (8 replies)
... position the bone. It's a much faster healing time, but if your bunions are at all severe, it's not recommended. ... (8 replies)
Healing FOOTIES!
May 5, 2005
... aiken bunionectomy. I've been off crutches for 4 weeks and in physical therapy for 5 or 6. ... (8 replies)
Healing FOOTIES!
May 5, 2005
... aiken bunionectomy. I've been off crutches for 4 weeks and in physical therapy for 5 or 6. ... (8 replies)
Bruised feeling
Oct 14, 2003
... When done properly, it corrects the underlying structural foot problem that causes bunions in the first place. ... (4 replies)

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