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... days, then had walking cast for 6 weeks. ... (9 replies)
... I had my cast removed last week and am now in a walking cast boot. I go back in three weeks and am having custom orthotics made to go in my tennis shoes. ... (0 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)

... odiatrist, board certified in foot and ankle surgery in the orthopedic dept at Kaiser Permanente. He came highly recommended. And although my foot is still in a cast I can see my toes and they look awesome. ... (5 replies)
... Purchase the walking cast that your doctor recommends. ... (15 replies)
... I went to see the Dr. yesterday. He took Xrays and said I had a tailor's bunion and had essentially "sprained" my ankle from the way I've been walking to compensate for all the foot problems I've had over the last year. ... (5 replies)
... hese forums, you should definitely be on crutches for 6 weeks to allow the bone to fuse back together and heal properly. This seems very shady that you would be walking immediately after, unless the Doctor told you the wrong name of the procedure by accident. ... (2 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jan 15, 2008
... I have a very similar situation to yours. I am 24 and have had bunions my whole life due to genetics and dancing. I've always hated my feet and I finally went to a podiatrist last year. ... (11 replies)
... At that point I would still have the area where the bunions were removed feel as if it had gone numb on me and that "pins and needles" feeling after alot of tennis. I did a whole lot of adjusting with my laces! ... (7 replies)
... Part of it is because some are not "just" bunion surgeries (which are bad enough in themselves!) ;) With my recent surgery, for example, it was not done primarily to remove bunion - my 1st metarsal had splayed out so much, and was shortened (from previous bunion surgery in 1980), along with a too-long 2nd metatarsal, so that my "big-toe joint" wasn't bearing the weight as... (5 replies)
... Hi there. I have a mild form of Cerebral Palsy that caused me to walk on my toes for many years. As a result, I developed very severe bunions on both sides of the foot (the pressure from walking on my toes spread the bones out). My procedure was a little more than the normal persons, where they had to give me local freezing (that was horrible... about 13 needles in the... (4 replies)
... or a cast and then you find you get stronger and stronger and are able to bear weight again and, slowly, you're back to being you again... only with NO bunions and NO pain! ... (23 replies)
... more years while the bunions progressed. ... (10 replies)
... Kris, I understand your concern. I have severe bunions and just had surgery in mid February. I work as a social work at a hospital and was also concerned about my return to work. ... (10 replies)
Need help!!!!!
Jun 30, 2004
... I really don't know what you should do in a walking cast, except if you try to walk a little unaided even ten steps here and there you will be amazed at how fast your calf muscle will return. ... (6 replies)
4 weeks postop
Aug 21, 2003
... Those of us who post on this board need to remember that just because we all had bunion surgery, we didn't have the SAME surgery. Just as the severity of our bunions was not the same, the surgery varied tremendously in how invasive it was. ... (5 replies)
May 17, 2003
... Hello, everyone! I have been reading these posts and am encouraged by how helpful and supportive you all are. I am a 52 y.o. woman (going on 16) with severe structural bunions. These just get worse over time, and are caused by unstable feet, which are hereditary. My orthotics, which have served me well for the past 12 years, are just not enough any more, especially after the... (29 replies)
... er the fact, that is what probably caused the tendon to tear. Ironically, the surgery for PF is to go in and cut the tendon. It took two years to "heal" after a walking cast for two months. ... (46 replies)
... This is my first post to these boards and hoping to get some good advice. I am 33 year old female and have had bunions ever since i was a teen. Over the past few years I have noticed that they are getting larger and my toes are angled more. ... (6 replies)
... I was in a hard and then boot cast for a total of 4 months and NWB for 3 months. When I could finally walk without my knee scooter, a walker or crutches i.e. ... (8 replies)

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