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... and run everyday for about 40mins but its getting the the point im struggling to run even 5mins with terrible foot pain in both feet. So I scheduled a Bilateral Chevron Osteotomy and im really nervous!! My appointment is September 27 and I will be spending the night in hospital. ... (0 replies)
... ence pain when I were "normal shoes", so I usually just wear sandals, even in the winter. I was wondering if I should have surgery, I have been reading about the chevron osteotomy and it seems like a good choice. Do you think I would be a good candidate for this surgery? ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I was quoting from a blurb, but I think they meant cut, not break. To clear things up (or to further confuse) there are many kinds of osteotomies: sagittal Z osteotomy, dorsal wedge, modified Chevron osteotomy, Lapidus, Green-Watermann osteotomy. I have no idea what they involve and I can't bear to slog through the journals to find out. In my case, I had a variation... (23 replies)

... Help! I had chevron osteotomies for bunions on both feet in January 2010. My right foot healed well, but I had a nonunion in the left. ... (0 replies)
... mine was a distal chevron osteotomy, and I am not sure what they did to the soft tissues. ... (1 replies)
... the Chevron Osteotomy with a very common complimentary procedure to further correct the big toes, the Akin procedure. ... (0 replies)
... I had one foot Austin chevron osteotomy w/bumpectomy, tendon release, absorbable sutures, and pin that was removed at 4 wks postop I have a few completely unofficial theories about bunion surgery (from other posts and my online research) 1. bumpectomies - apparently just shave off the bump This was offered to me by one podiatrist that was recommended to me by someone I... (6 replies)
Surgery notes.
Jun 6, 2011
... Surgery Notes II: The medial ankle was approached thru curvilinear incision about 3cm above the level of the plafond and the central aspect of the medial malleolus down to the tip of the mfedial malleolus & slightly curving anteriorly. The anterior & posterior aspect of the ankle joint were identified. The periosteum was incised in chevron fashion & then a Chevron Osteotomy... (14 replies)
... I called my doctor's assistant yesterday to ask about exactly what they were going to do to my feet and it's a chevron osteotomy. So I guess I will have screws in my feet, at least for a while. They have screws now that they don't have to remove because your body absorbs them. ... (7 replies)
... chevron procedure. To give you some background, I had a severe bunion on my right foot and had a base wedge osteotomy on that foot last April. I was on crutches for 6 weeks and all that jazz. ... (14 replies)
... ral procedures. My 2nd bunionectomy involved them doing a V cut on the distal portion of my bone...I was able to bear weight as tolerated immediately. It was a Chevron osteotomy. ... (6 replies)
... basically shaves the bone spurs off flat, this one actually angles the edge of the bone to allow greater movement of the joint. Vastly different than the other chevron type osteotomies where the bone is cut somewhere in the middle and requires some form of stabilization be it pins, screws, or wires. ... (23 replies)
... David614, Saw339, rh6445, and anyone else trying to decide how to deal with a Hallux Rigidus and/or Hallux Limitus condition; Here's yet another Hallux victim's perspective... I am 39 years old, am an avid soccer player, competitive cyclist, runner, etc. and have been having toe pain for a few years. Soccer was the worst, as whenever I stubbed my toe I'd get... (114 replies)
... with an osteotomy and 2 screws put into the metatarsal. I also had an Akins osteotomy on the phalanges of my big toe. They left a "hinge" when they cut out the chevron but then my old surgeon accidentally rebroke it along with the "hinge" about 2 months after my original surgery. He was trying to get my toe to move. ... (4 replies)
... with an osteotomy and 2 screws put into the metatarsal. I also had an Akins osteotomy on the phalanges of my big toe. They left a "hinge" when they cut out the chevron but then my old surgeon accidentally rebroke it along with the "hinge" about 2 months after my original surgery. He was trying to get my toe to move. ... (4 replies)
... teral tailors bunion surgery a year and a half ago. Both were type II I believe, though many years ago someone tried to tell my the right was type III. I did a chevron osteotomy on the right with a temporary pin. ... (1 replies)
... I had my 12 week follow up today. I had the chevron procedure 12 weeks ago. Things were great at my 6 week appointment when they removed the pin. ... (3 replies)
... Hello! I had a chevron (Austin) bunionectomy for a mild bunion and big toe deformity (it had moved out of joint, but hadn't affected any other toes) back in February. I'm finally wearing "cute shoes" again comfortably (though not long distances!) now. So, I had a mild to moderate (ie: only 1 toe involved, Chevron osteotomy with permanent screw) bunion, and I was immobile... (8 replies)
... condition. It may be on either side of the joint, a plain angle, a chevron or V style cut, etc. ... (1 replies)
Nervous
Aug 24, 2010
... You need to call your dr. and ask these questions. Or if you haven't had your pre-op yet, write them down and ask at that point. Unfortunately, it seems like there are a billion different procedures and every dr.'s protocol for the reovery phase is different. I had a Chevron osteotomy done a little over 2 years ago and was never non-weight bearing. I did need crutches the... (7 replies)


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