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... elling and little pain. BUT, I have a horrible scar. THe line goes from the first joint down to the top of my foot and from side to side on the joint where the bunion was removed. ... (10 replies)
... As you may have read on my earlier posts, the infection has left me with debilitating scar tissue and I am still unable to fully weight bear or walk properly. But on the bright side I do not have a bunion anymore! ... (11 replies)
... I haven't had bunion surgery, but I am going through PT... ... (8 replies)

... I had surgery on my first foot 7 weeks ago. I expected the incision on the top of my foot, since my mom had both her feet done last year. ... (10 replies)
... I had bunion surgery 2 years ago, toe never touched ground, 1 year later after PT, Dr. said it needed manipulating and scraping of scar tissue, didn't work, still same problem, went to different Dr. ... (0 replies)
... I just used hand lotion 3 or 4 times a day and just rubbed the scar. Helped break down the scar tissue and took away the rigidity of the scar tissue. ... (6 replies)
... NLJ.. the thickness is normal... mine was like that for awhile after surgery. It's a combination of swelling and scar tissues, which for some can take months to go away! ... (19 replies)
... d before might have gone to the bone. Xrays tomorrow at the podiatrist. They are also worried about nerve damage.But yes they have tried the ice compression boot after the whirlpool.If the swelling doesn't get better after the med. then I have to go to a nerve Dr. ... (8 replies)
... toe after bunion surgery. Along with ankle skope to clean scar tissue from multiple ankle surgeries. ... (6 replies)
... have concern if it was a constant pain. I think PT would be a great idea for you, it's really important to get that toe moving again. Do you still have a lot of scar tissue? ... (19 replies)
... after bunion surgery..what causes scar tissue? ... (7 replies)
... I am just under four weeks post bunion surgery. My main issue is the sweling that prevents me from wearing dress shoes. ... (9 replies)
... maybe your bunion just wasn't as much bigger as those people's who are now fitting into smaller shoes. ... (19 replies)
... omething cold to reduce the swelling. Last summer when the nerve damage first occured, I went to PT because the podiatrist thought the nerve was compressed with scar tissue, so most of my 8 weeks of PT was modalities. ... (8 replies)
... I also have noticed that after walking for awhile in my runners with my orthotics my baby toe and fourth toe start going numb. ... (9 replies)
... She had the surgery on January 25. PT seems to indicate some scar tissue from bunion surgery the previous year is present. ... (63 replies)
... I had that with my left foot.. for some reason I had a lot of scar tissue around the joint. Took me 9 months to get it to bend fully. It slowly would get more and more mobile. ... (12 replies)
... Amy, thanks for the reply. I now wear tennis shoes and my foot does not swell during the day, but at night, when I take the shoes off and take a shower, my ankle and foot starts to swell. I do not know why.I sleep with my foot elevated and it is fine in the morning. I do think my toes are fused. Just my guess because I try and try to bend them. I see my doctor in another week... (17 replies)
... nnot bend my toe because the joints or bones were fused together. Even if this didn't happen with your surgery, you will still probably need help getting rid of scar tissue and improving your range of motion in your foot and toes. ... (17 replies)
... Hi. I had my surgery almost a year ago on January 27. It was for hallux limitus, mild bunions and hammer toes. Yes, I have had continual pain. ... (9 replies)




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