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... Hi Dancer, so we are sort of on the same recovery path now that you have had your other foot done! I wish you a speedy recovery. ... (14 replies)
... Just wondered what the usual time off work is after a chilectomy or tarsal tunnel. My husband has a huge bone spur on his big toe joint and had an emg yesterday for the tarsal tunnel. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the confirmation. I did send the doc an email, and he replied that this is normal for this early in the recovery. I'm scheduled for the second post-op appointment on the 25th if this month. He originally said he would remove the sutures at that time, but told me on Friday that he may decide to leave them in a bit longer. I sure do have quite a bit of pain... (21 replies)

... Thanks so much Barry. I wish you the continuation of a speedy recovery too! ... (14 replies)
... op and the recovery has been different from the last time. Last time my toe remained numb much much longer, to the point I called the Dr, concerned that I still felt nothing. ... (14 replies)
... Sounds like all is well. Did you have the surgery in SF? And how are you doing now? I'm struggling with walking in a shoe now for about 4 weeks. I over did it this weekend and the foot is sore. (I had flatfoot reconstruction with tendon repair and fusion in one ankle joint.). When it gets sore like that I need one crutch and a lot of icing. And patience! Cheers to a... (14 replies)
... anch. I drove down to see him as my sister lives in the area. I saw him this summer and have considered having him do my surgery and stay with my sister for the recovery period. A cheilectomy was originally recommend for me by an Ortho. Surgeon. However, Dr. ... (19 replies)
... Are you on any anti-inflammatories? Aleve, Celebex, Mobic, etc? How much cartilege did you have left and did they drill holes in it to promote regrowth? I assume you did exercises or PT after your surgeries? That is very important! I had lost about 1/2 of mine and after 4 years I really feel like it has regenerated some. The joint feels better. However, full recovery,... (19 replies)
... there's a risk of floppy toe. However, I am not dancing much at all anymore, so I'm OK with this. I do understand from all whom I spoke with, that if you do ONLY chilectomy you are just having a bandaid procedure... in my case the issue is structural, the first ray is too high. ... (12 replies)
... and there is an individual who swears by hers. There are also stories about failures. Titchou is a poster on this board who had a great success stories with a chilectomy and can share much information about recovery and how to make it more successful. I never had the option, my toe had dislocated and torn the cartilege out. ... (5 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)
Hallux limitus
Jan 29, 2016
... And how did it go, and what was your recovery time frame? ... (1 replies)
Big toe fusion
Jun 26, 2012
... I had real concerns about having fusion. I had my first toe fused in February and the second toe done at the end of may. I am still in plaster and recovering. I have no pain at all, considering I couldn't tolerate bedcovers on my feet before the operations. Even in plaster, I am moving around better than before the operations. The first week post op is the worst, then things... (16 replies)
Big toe fusion
Jun 25, 2012
... I am considering fusion at the first mpj, I have already had two chilectomy's, but am concerned about long recovery time. I am 71 and still enjoy tennis, golf and walking. Any comment is appreciated. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Mags, I have a very similar condition to you, apart from the chilectomy(?). There's a stress fracture on my big toe 1st metatarsal joint, and a grade 4 cartilage damage. And also the ligament in this joint is fully torn. But funny thing is I still can do normal sports, apart from it being rather painful ONLY after the game. So it doesnt keep me on the sidelines :D I... (1 replies)
... can see why you came to the decision you did. Of course, everyone is different, and it depends on the amount of cartiledge, but I think even back when I did the chilectomy I should have gone straight to the fusion, and frankly, my podiatrist should have recommended that. ... (10 replies)
... as well as recovery time to go back to work in an office, and outcomes 1, 2, 3 years post op. ... (10 replies)
... hi , i have had osteotomy to both fee when i was 14, i then had a chilectomy to my left foot when i was 21. ... (13 replies)
... Hi everyone new to the group, but wanted to let you know I had surgery on left foot x 2 made my foot worse than before, now have nerve damage. Good luck. I was told I had severe tarsal tunnel in both feet, sorry I ever had the surgery. My surgery was in 2003. I now hate to walk, severe pain at all times. Everyone heals differently, I know friends that had the same done and it... (5 replies)
... I didn't have any hardware put in. I had turf toe (hallux limitus/rigidus) from years of jogging and wearing high heels. You could see the bone chips form a cloud over the joint in my x-rays and see the bump on the top of the joint from it rubbing together. I walked out from the surgery center in a boot and continued to be able to walk. That was never a problem. Some... (5 replies)

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