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... Did you go to Physical Therapy at all? ... (2 replies)
... I am so very sorry for everything you have been through. I can relate to the questions you are asking about toe fusion because I myself was extremely nervous as well. I will give you some background on what I went through. ... (22 replies)
... literaly. I had an implant and i ended up with a fusion of that joint about 4 years later. the fusion was by far the best thing i did. ... (4 replies)

... Hello.... I had a toe fusion on Oct 2nd. I was in a full cast for a full 2 months. There was a large pin in my foot with a screw. I had the pin taken out 3 weeks after the surgery. ... (162 replies)
Big Toe Fusion
Apr 9, 2009
... Glad you had good success....did you have any problems with nerve pain or have to have any physical therapy. was your walking normal after healing? ... (37 replies)
... finally sent to to approx. 10 physical therapy visits. That seemed to help and I finished PT in January. ... (3 replies)
... st year 2016 i went to the doctor and he said i had to get an MRI done before he could do anything to help me so i did. He said i had plantar fibroma in my right big toe so we decided on surgery to take the shredded tissue out. ... (3 replies)
... Its very normal to have pain after PT. You will experience pain after each session but with time it will gradually get better as you regain more mobility. ... (4 replies)
... and shortening of my second toe 6 weeks ago. The massaging was manageable, but when he therapist started manipulating my big toe, I was almost brought to tears! When the session was over, they gave me an ice pack, and I felt pretty good. A little sore, but good. ... (4 replies)
... Information on toe fusion. I had my big toe fused October 2nd. I was in a large cast for 3 months and then in a large boot for 3 months. After physical therapy........ I am walking and exercising and living without pain. I listened to every word my wonderful doctor said. ... (162 replies)
... I am sure that your torn meniscus is from being nwb so long and being in the boot for a long time after that. My doctor said the boot often causes knee problems. The meniscus surgery was not bad. ... (162 replies)
... Thanks so much for responding to me. Sounds like you had alot done to your foot. Now at over 4 months after your operation, has your doctor recommended Physical Therapy? ... (162 replies)
... I think if you're diagnosed with stage 4 hallux ridgidus, there's no other answer than fusion. i lived in so much pain trying so many other options besides the fusion that it was rediculous. i think the thing that finally got me in the direction to fuse was a doctor i finally trusted and thought he knew what he was doing. ... (28 replies)
... I had a cheilectomy on big toe 17 months ago. Very little cartilage remains in joint. Dr. ... (6 replies)
... built staircase slipped away from the wall while I was walking down. I landed on my toes in the corner of the steps. My right great toe was dislocated at the IP joint. ... (0 replies)
... Has anyone experienced a "broken capsule" at the base of the big toe and the next largest toe that needed surgery? ... (0 replies)
... hi everyone, i went to my dr appt today and it was pretty much what i expected. my right foot 2nd dislocated toe is fine. my left foot dislocated 2nd toe still has scar tissue and never will bend all the way down. i am still to do physical therapy for 1 more week and then just do it on my own. ... (22 replies)
... of my big toe, the one furthest from your foot. ... (99 replies)
... I have two permanent screws midfoot and two external pins to hold the toe joint osteotomy in place. I was totally non weight bearing for seven weeks. ... (10 replies)
Fusion Problems
Dec 14, 2004
... However, once it gave out it was all downhill. My 2nd toe shifted and overlapped my first, mainly because it was an inch longer. A podiatrist suggested shortening the 2rd, 3rd and 4th toes. A bad move. ... (3 replies)

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