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... m 8 weeks post op following a calcaneal osteotomy where my heel was realigned. I was previously walking with my toes pointed out. I was non weightbearing for 4 weeks and used a knee scooter to get around. ... (2 replies)
... I'd be interested in hearing from those who had the surgery and are six month or more down the road after surgery. I had two surgeries and am much worse off post surgery than before. It sucks. My doc said that after six months it is as good as its going to get. ... (6 replies)
... I had ankle surgery on June 17. Tendons and ligaments tightened, bone chip removed, bones cleaned up, and a heel varsus corrected by breaking the heel and resetting it in the correct direction, and inserting a screw. I am walking OK now, with just the lace up brace. I don't go very far. ... (2 replies)

... lack of range of motion in my big toe and pain, although mine is mostly in my heel. My physiotherapist suggested that I'm still not quite walking normally and am subconsciously babying the part of my foot I had operated on, which is throwing off my gait and causing me pain in other parts of my foot. ... (3 replies)
... Hi and welcome to the boards! There are a lot of people on here who have been through your surgery so hopefully you will get lots of good info. I have had your surgery twice. ... (58 replies)
... My heel was very sensitive at first too. Extremely sensitive. I didn't have the pins and needles feeling in it, but just hurt and felt raw I guess? ... (58 replies)
... Hi. I also had surgery on 2/22/12 - pretty much the same thing you had done. I was supposed to be NWB for two weeks - only it took me much longer to get to the NWB than two weeks :) It was uncomfortable to start putting weight on it, especially on the heel. It does feel like pins and needles and is very uncomfortable. Just take it slow and don't do too much too soon :) (58 replies)
... st from 4 weeks ago. This long post is intended to help readers considering or planning toe fusion surgery. I looked for this sort of information before my own surgery and couldn't find it. Hopefully it will help others set realistic expectations and plan out their own recovery from toe fusion surgery. ... (0 replies)
... being very physically active with strong supporting muscles in the feet and legs. His theory is that getting going in the walking cast stimulates blood flow to the foot which encourages healing. ... (50 replies)
... I too had reconstructive surgery on my left foot in Aug. 06. My experience has been a mixed bag so far. I am a 36 yr old male and lead a very active life. ... (55 replies)
... an osteotomy with a screw to hold the bone together. I've been in a surgical shoe the entire time, and was able to walk out after the surgery with a cane. ... (7 replies)
... I am new on here, I actually just Googled about things to help with flexibility after bunion surgery and found this thread. I currently am 22 years old and had my bunion surgery over a year ago to be exact June 16, 2010. It went TERRIBLE. ... (24 replies)
... I wouldn't worry too much yet, it's still early for you. It's 3.5 months since your surgery but how long since you've been weight bearing? ... (4 replies)
... I got better steadily until I was 6 months post surgery and by then I walked sometimes even without a limp. Then the pain started to go the other way and began to hurt more. That's when I had the screws out. ... (10 replies)
... Week 1 ROM 4 way - dorsiflexion/plantarflexion and eversion/inversion Gastroc towel stretch *Arch raises (in all my years of pt, I never did these prior to my surgery!) Heel slides - sitting on edge of chair, slide foot back as far as possible keeping your heel on the ground Toe curls Week 2 Seated toe raises Seated heel raises (23 replies)
... Nearly 4.5 months after my surgery, I'm walking again. It's not too pretty yet, but I'm walking. Progress in PT has been amazing. ... (5 replies)
... The pain I had that was helped by having the screw out was a catching sudden pain in the Achilles. The pain in the Achilles would occur suddenly when walking and was not constant. ... (10 replies)
... meds, was on a morph drip for a few days etc..had a massive 4 inch blister on the inside of my foot.. really discusting was around an inch puffed out which burst after a week.. yuk!! ... (25 replies)
... I don't have a lot of pain. But my lifestyle has changed. No bare feet, no heels, no cute shoes, and if I am doing a lot of walking I need to come prepared. ... (8 replies)
... Due to my accident and circumstances I have spoken to multiple doctors about my heels after having each heel operated on by different docs. ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: ankle, big toe, brostrom, bunionectomy post-op, heel pain, high heels, joint fusion, lapidus, pttd, subtalar fusion, surgery, walking

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