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... have decided to fix my bunions once and for all. The severity of the damage to the bone joints is probably medium. ... (5 replies)
Jul 5, 2005
... and I've read that the same foot type predisposes one to bunions. I wear pretty roomy shoes so I know that is not the reason in my case. ... (20 replies)
... My bunions are inherited from Mums side. And my Mum is in surgery having her left bunion done and toes straightening as I type! Hers are terrible, she is 51. I am 33 and had them as far back as 10 year old! ... (41 replies)

... yeah, you never know what to expect. For me it was bad because my mom had the same exact surgery that I just had 4 weeks ago.. but one year ago. She had to go through a lot.. PT and all.. and then still had to get a second surgery this past Spring. Finally over a year later she is back to normal. ... (23 replies)
... I, too, have had foot problems for many years with this bunions, hammer toes, plantar faciatis and you name it. After I had foot surgery many years ago, I was referred to a person, who made me some inserts. ... (16 replies)
Jan 31, 2005
... I am new here, and i have a bunion on my right big toe, its pretty painful. i really dont want to have surgery I just had my gallbladder removed a few weeks ago and i really dont want to have morre surgery. Is there other treatments for bunions? ... (1 replies)
... Hi Steve, Six weeks ago, 1st December 2008, I had surgery to remove bone spurs on both big toes and also the removal of bunionettes on my little toes, on both feet. ... (49 replies)
... and had enough of it. I am 12 weeks post op and all pain is gone. It may be time to look into surgery. The bunions to affect the nerves. Look for a recuperation time of about 6 weeks and don't let a doc convince you otherwise. ... (8 replies)
... and my pod said if we did only the chilectomy the spurs would grow back bc what is causing the joint jamming is the higher level of the bone. I understand that. ... (2 replies)
... You must live somewhere warm. I chose to get mine done in the winter so it wouldn't be so bad being laid up. Also I teach at a university and so my "off" time had to be during a break in semesters. ... (3 replies)
... I waited over a year to get this procedure done and currently he has a 2 yr wait list. ... (8 replies)
... so orthotics were the only things to try. However, my doctor said the bunions would still get worse with time, and orthotics would only slow the progress. ... (4 replies)
... t able to choose our surgeons and so we never know if we have the best, which can be very unfortunate. ... (17 replies)
... Wow, yours was definitely more intense than mine. I had a distal chevron osteotomy for both my bunions (I have one on each side). I think it's one of the most common types of WB surgery done, but since I have very thin/fragile bones, I really can't put any weight on it otherwise I risk breaking the osteotomy. I should be in a sneaker by 8 weeks and my normal footwear (flats)... (39 replies)
... f the bunions, the extensiveness of the surgery, and how conservative your Dr. is. Then there's how your body reacts and heals. I recommend that everyone having surgery have a very frank discussion with their Dr. about what he thinks you can expect, as well as what you need and expect. I say this because my Dr. ... (8 replies)
... stress experience. Everything was fast, the doctors seemed to know what they were doing, and I experienced pretty much no pain whatsoever. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I'm new to the board. I was reading about all these problems with the screw in the foot and u all are freaking me out. I'm having foot surgery may 3rd. ... (5 replies)
... high shoes as much as possible, and there's a good chance that they'll stabilize. Unfortunately I live in New York so I do a LOT of walking, so even though my bunions aren't that severe, they still hurt a lot and one day I just got fed up and decided to stick to my guns. ... (39 replies)
... op. Everyone's body is different and, as such, everyone's surgery will be different. So while, we can tell you our experiences, yours may or may not be similar. ... (39 replies)
... Ikept my bunions for now. ... (32 replies)

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