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How To Use Yoga Toes For Bunions Does It Work
I had bunion surgery march 6 I did physical work which required standing for an hour why did my foot and toe hurt?
Previous surgery?: Pain from an operation can come and go for years, and is normal. As long as it is not too severe, or limit your activity, it doesn't sound like cause for concern. If it gets worse, see your surgeon for a more complete evaluation.
I have a fractured sesamoid bone and a bunion in my left great toe. I can't bend it at all and it's painful. The shoe inserts do not work at all..?
Perhaps: Get some crutches and don't walk on the foot until seen by orthopedics. You can ice over a wrapped foot and see a doctor for pain medications if over the counter ones do not work. Good luck
Pain in ball of foot after bunion acted up. Pain for over two weeks in ball. I work a lot on my feet & enjoy taking walks. What could be causing pain?
Bunions: Bunions and hammertoes are progressive deformities that may result in pain, especially with shoe wear. Conservative options include using shoes with a wider and deeper toe box. Padding the areas may also provide relief. When these measures fail, consult with your foot and ankle surgeon who can discuss various options for surgical repair.See 4 more doctor answers
Pain may resolve.: A "bunion" at the base of the fifth toe is called a tailors bunion. It is usually just a prominent 5th metatarsal head which can enlarge with pressure/irritation from shoes. More comfortable/wider shoes often decrease the pain. If it is a significant problem see a Dr. For an X-ray.See 6 more doctor answers
I have bunions and my toes look like these are pointing outwardly can I get operation to correct this.
Yes: Yes bunion correction and hammertoe correction are very common fixable problems. However if there is any type of chemo therapeutic agents being used presently it would be unlikely due to a decreased immune system. You would have to talk to your oncologist to see if it will be safe right now. Otherwise the surgery would have to be postponed for now. But it would certainly be able to be fixed in the future.See 1 more doctor answer
All different: Hammertoes are the contracture of the lesser digits. Bunions as the lay person describes them is the deformity of the great toe as it begins to turn toward the second toe, sometimes crossing over/under it and the large bump on the outside of the big toe joint. A corn is a callus on the top of the foot and are commonly seen on hammertoes.See 3 more doctor answers
I've got not got a bunion but both of my big toes are bent in. Is there any thing I can do about it?
See the podiatrist: The best way to evaluate it is by having it examined and an xray taken. Options can range from conservative to surgical depending on the severity of the deformity, the degree of discomfort, the impact on your function and pain.
Different: If the pain is from hard skin, you have a corn or callus. Basically they are the same tissue, with a corn being more focal and a callus, more diffuse. A bunion is the boney enlargement where the big toe and the metatarsal behind it meet. The big toe is usually leaning toward the lesser toes. If the boney lump is on the toe itself, this is an exostosis. See a podiatrist for discussion of treatment.See 4 more doctor answers
Symptoms?: Are there any symptoms or other deformities present. Is it interfering with shoe fitting and function. Have you tried any conservative care such as padding or chang in shoes. See a podiatrist to nevaluate and discuss.See 7 more doctor answers
No: In 30 years of practice, I have never seen a bunion corrected by orthotics, splinting or other external devices. Certainly, improving the biomechanics of the foot can help prevent bunions by slowing or arresting their development, but once the deformity is present, surgery is the only method of "curing" it. That being said, many small deformities may respond to shoe modification or simple padding.See 1 more doctor answer
No: This will have no affect on them.See 1 more doctor answer
Severe bunions on both big toes. Second toes on tips have no feeling and nail is turning dark brown?
The second toes: May be longer than your first toes and your shoes may be too small. With regards to the bunions if they hurt you, you can have them surgically fixed. Your only other option is to find shoes that accomodate them.....which is difficult to do. Your young, I'd fix them.
Can you have a bunion on the top of big toe. Left big toe is turning inward & I can't bend it down as far as right toe.
Yes: A bump on the top of the big toe joint develops with jamming of that joint and formation of spurring. This can be caused by trauma or elevation of the metatarsal bone. Early treatment consists of steroid injections and custom inserts to improve joint function. As it advances, surgery may be needed to restore joint function, insert a joint implant or even fuse the joint to stop painful motion.See 2 more doctor answers
Will my bunion come back after toe realignment? After a toe realignment, is there any chance the bunion will come back? .
It is possible: Bunion deformities are the result of foot type and abnormal foot function. Surgery repairs the deformity, but can not address all the functional factors that lead to this deformity. Improving foot function is critical in long term protection of the surgical correction. " if you don't balance the wheel, the tire will wear out faster". Good shoes and support is a must post surgery. Dr l.See 2 more doctor answers
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