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... Can you tell us exactly what kind of exercises you do/did to reach this point? (7 replies)
... I had HORRIBLE pronation and the most flat feet any one has seen. Wore orthotics and they did nothing but damage my feet because they made the feet muscles weaker, which, in turn, made the heel tight and the shins and legs tight. ... (7 replies)
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... I recently went to pod and was diagnosed with bunions. The DR said 40 pct chance they would feel better with orthotics. ... (7 replies)
... oes is a first but I think going to a Podiatrist and having him evaluate how you walk.. it seems from what my POD said that yes it is hereditary but it has to do with how you walk and body mechanics.. ... (2 replies)
... in addition to bunions. My left foot appears worse and has a cyst on it, but my right foot has more pain in the big toe, bunion area and in the neuroma. I left with orthotics and cortizone shots. I was happy for three months. Since then, the symptoms have worsened especially in the neuroma in my right foot. ... (2 replies)
... an important comment about my recent experience. I had orthontics make about 14 years ago. At that time I hadn't had any surgerys on my feet, and both feet had bunions on both sides and hammertoes. I went to a specialist who had me walk to see my gait and placed my feet in different things to get a mold. ... (5 replies)
... fashionable shoes. I didn't have much pain with them until I was in my 20's and 30's, one bunion is gone and I have one to go. When you get your bunions corrected I wish you the best luck and let us know how it goes. Good luck! ... (5 replies)
... a nice arch. I have also had someone helping me but it has taken a lot of work. Had I known years ago, when I do now, I never would have let a surgeon remove my bunions because bunions are caused by weak muscles. My feet were so flat that my ankles were rolling in. I now have nice strong ankles, etc. ... (11 replies)
... ankle orthopedists. The anatomy in there is tricky, there are nerves that are easily messed with and healing is tough because there is not a good blood supply. ... (2 replies)
... I found that orthotics helped me after surgery. It seems to take the pressure off of the forefoot. ... (6 replies)
... So, I have been actively partaking in these outdoor pursuits for years, and over the last three or so years have noticed that my bunions have been getting larger. I don't recall ever having feet without bunions. ... (6 replies)
... way off. When things were getting worse, I had the bunion surgery and the toes straightened out and that was well over fifteen years ago. I could see where the bunions were coming back and was very upset. I had had flat feet for years as well. ... (2 replies)
... counter orthotics and, again, my feet are doing well. ... (1 replies)
... over the next few months while I waited for my custom orthotics to come in. When they did, I started wearing them per the doctor's instructions of weaning myself into them. everything's okay for about two months. ... (6 replies)
Foot/heel surgery
Aug 26, 2011
... lso started having knee pain, where feels like my knee is going to give out. My feet are flat, they are flush to the ground and i have these nasty bunions. The bunions started to ache as well. I went to new york for the summer. After about 15 min of walking, i had to sit down. ... (7 replies)
... MissFish, I was just reading some of your threads. I'm scheduled for chilectomy and osteotomy with a pin, plus dissolvable sutures on the 26th of Jan. ... (2 replies)
... Almost 7 weeks since the big day, I got my big bunions removed!! ... (30 replies)
... Can anyone recommend a brand of shoes for sandals with good arch support? ... (32 replies)
... It is my understanding that those of us with flat feet are more prone to getting bunions if we don't wear shoes/orthotics that provide good support. In my case, I just had the bunion fixed. For the flat feet, I stick to shoes that have good support. (1 replies)


Associated Tags: bunion, bunion surgery, bunion surgery post op care, cheilectomy, hallux limitus, hallux limitus/rigidus, surgery, teenager

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