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... Yes, there is a conservative way to treat hammer toes, so please stay clear of any podiatrist or ortho man! I had HORRIBLE bunions and hammer toes years ago, and had surgery on them, but a few years ago, the hammer toes were coming back on one foot. ... (4 replies)
... and have been putting off any treatment for years. Now I'm having alot of pain in the middle toes and achilles on one side. ... (1 replies)
... Hi folks. :wave: I havn't been here in a few months, but now that I'm post-op I thought I'd check in. I had a double scarf bunionectomy yesterday. The nerve blocks are still working, so I'm not in any pain yet, but I think tomorrow I'll start to feel it. They gave me celebrex and darvocet. I have a follow-up appointment and physical therapy next Monday. I assume that's... (7 replies)

... I am 56 and had significant pain from bunions for over 20 years. ... (4 replies)
... My mother, 85, has had severe bunions for many years. She has almost constant pain and inflammation which has not been under control. Nothing is comfortable on her feet. ... (4 replies)
... I would say catch them before they get worse. Your main concern is dealing with an EXCELLENT dr who understands dancer's feet. I am a dancer as well, so it is important to get someone with experience in this area and who will know how to give you the best possible treatment. Are you a full time dancer?? (5 replies)
... I have been seeing a physical therapist who seems to think I can deal with my bunions without surgery. Did any of you look into that as a means of treatment? ... (4 replies)
Jun 7, 2005
... I have one in my R foot, directly across from a bunion. I don't know anyone who has had this or had treatment so input most welcome! Do conversative measures work? ... (20 replies)
... I've had bunions for years but declined treatment because they never hurt. Well, the last year or so that has changed plus I really am running out of shoe options. ... (2 replies)
... The only kind of conservative treatment I'm aware of is orthotics. I asked my podiatrist about this when I first started having bunion pain 6 months ago. ... (4 replies)
... It will take quite a bit of work, but if you stick to it, you will see results. I had a surgeon tell me that I had the worst feet he had ever seen. If you have bunions and hammer toes, it is because of weakness in the areas I just wrote about. ... (3 replies)
... for her cleats to see if it would help. It didn't. She went to a podiatrist for help with the pain. He diagnosed her with plantars fasciitis. Unfortunately, the treatment did not take away the pain. She went to another podiatrist that diagnosed her with a Tarsal Coalition. ... (4 replies)
Sep 26, 2016
... Hi...sounds more complicated than just bunions. Many times it can be arthritis, gout, hip, back and knee that change gait and position of legs and feet, nerve damage, muscular, ligament, etc. What exactly is the problem, what toes, etc? Have you seen a doctor? A sports medicine clinic would be a good place to start since they deal with the mechanics of the body, do an... (2 replies)
... you slay clear of surgery and go the conservative route. A little of my history. My feet were as flat as a pancake and my knees were out of line and my feet had bunions and hammer toes. ... (16 replies)
Plantar Fasiciitis
Oct 14, 2012
... I have had p.f. for years and it does come. The best thing you can do is to stretch your muscles. P.F. is nothing but a tight muscle at the bottom of your foot. If you stretch your calf muscle, you should feel it down in your foot. Do that several times a day and you should have relief. I cannot truly answer your question as to whether the cold weather effects it. the... (3 replies)
... I had very, very flat feet with bunions and hammer toes and years ago, an ortho man operated on them. Recently, within a year or more, a hammer toe was coming back and my bunions were getting larger. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know enough to say if PT was was a good idea, bad idea, or just the standard first line treatment for ankle pain after NWB. ... (4 replies)
Bunion surgery
Jan 3, 2011
... HI xiomi07, I am interested to travel to California to get my bunions done by dr. Moy. I am from Houston, and could not find an alternative treatment nearby. I am interested to see how you feel several months post treatment and more feedback if possible. It is hard to find feedback on dr. ... (1 replies)
... Ok. To make the long story short, I was hoping that any of you that have gone through the surgical treatment could give me some advice in regards to preparation before I go through surgery. Anything would be much appreciated. ... (3 replies)
... Having had discussions on bunions on other threads i have decided to start my own thread so please feel free to join me on all of your experiences of post op bunionectomy. ... (97 replies)

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