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... While the years went by I experienced severe pain due to flat feet and unfortunately my ballet shoes ended up giving me bunions. So when I was 16 I had one foot surgery on my left foot and then months later I did surgery on my right foot. The bunions were fixed and so was my flat feet. ... (1 replies)
... My husband is not happy about this whole ankle thing. He says he doens't want us going to Paris before the surgery because, "You don't want to use up the last bit of cartilage you have left. ... (100 replies)
... I've read through several threads since this happened yesterday and you all have brought me so much comfort and relief, but I'm so terrified I ruined my surgery I didn't sleep a wink last night and am fighting back tears. ... (4 replies)

... ks done for the pain but it doesnt help that much. I am hoping that taking a few of the screws out will help but I have had nothing but bad luck since the first surgery 7 yrs ago. SOmetimes the pain is so severe, that I cannot even continue to walk, much less bear weight on it. ... (0 replies)
... I have been reading post on this board since Jan because I knew I was having surgery in May to correct the collapse of my right foot. ... (6 replies)
... I had my surgery 3 weeks ago and originally injured it in august. ... (6 replies)
... From my experience, if you get a good physical therapist, he or she can do much more than any podiatrist or surgeon, in a case like yours as well as mine because if you get your body in line, and I mean, totally in line, from the shoulders to the feet so that everything is working together, you can make GREAT strides and I have learned all of this through the man who is... (14 replies)
... but that joint has killed me since I had the surgery a year and a half ago! and I got my Vibrams in the mail! Today was a good day and I have a little faith now. ... (14 replies)
... I had a fibular sesamoidectomy about a month ago, and am doing fine. I looked at several posts on the internet before my surgery and they made me nervous, so I thought I'd post about my experience. ... (155 replies)
4+ month update
Oct 24, 2008
... having a hard time with that plate. I bumped my foot against a clothes hamper and was in screaming pain for a while. All the pain was right where that plate and broken screw are located. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all! Two weeks into recovery from surgery. I wish I was a bit more keen on the exact medical lingo, but had my big toe broken in two spots, bone removed, two permanent screws put in and then a pin through my whole foot because it had been overpronating so much that the ligaments and bones were starting to give way and doc worried about their ability to hold. Genetics and... (1 replies)
... I think that any time you have foot surgery, you tend to disrupt your normal gait pattern. That causes all sorts of pain, especially in your ankles and knees. After my first surgery, my ankle hurt so bad! It still bothers me now, after almost a year, and I also have problems with my knee too. It is because I have been walking funny ever since the first surgery. As for... (2 replies)
... But for the last weeks I have what I would call a constant tightness at the lower outside midfoot on only my surgery side. I can't say this mimics pre surgery pain and this reminds me of the first weeks of weight bearing pt, where things felt tight, and I could not do the wobble board full range of motion to start. ... (7 replies)
... eight bearing is a bit scary. I'm not sure what to expect after surgery, so i amtrying to gain as much insight as i can. I have never had surgery, stiches or a broken bone. ... (9 replies)
... p as well. I started running again last Friday at 12 weeks and found that activity produced a few "ankle crackles" that felt very good, like something was being broken down in a good way. So the scar tissue thing is ongoing in terms of improvement. ... (2 replies)
... under the other toes. but since i've had bunions nearly my whole life, i had a complex bunionectomy due to the extensive tendon and ligament growth pulling my big toe laterally. ... (94 replies)
... Hi there! sorry to hear about your revision. I have used a bone stimulator too for a non-displaced fracture. Sometime I worry it will make extra bone grow too much on top of the hardware. Did you saw you surgeon thought infection risk goes up with more scar tissue? or just infection risk goes up because its a revision? (3 replies)
... union and the metal plate is broken as well, so no real choice there. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Madison, First let me congratulate you on how well written your post was. I agree with Loveoysters that your recovery will be faster and that you will have less damage to your ankle, calf, knee etc. Most likely you were born with flat feet and not likely that you acquired it 5 yrs ago unless you experienced a high fall which you certainly would have remembered. I was... (12 replies)
... Hello all! I've started this thread in hopes of getting other peoples opinions on Flat Feet and hearing their stories. I just got reconstructive surgery Saturday, January 4, 2014. Allow me to start from the beginning. ... (12 replies)

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