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What Is A Good Stage To Have Bunion Surgery Early On
Depends on symptoms: My recommendation is: if they bother you on a regular basis or... If it limits your activity, then surgery should be considered. Bunions are progressive problems....They don't get better, they only get worse. Meaning, you may be able to reduce the symptoms with better shoes, etc., but the structural deformity gradually gets worse. Dr l. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Heredity: Bunions are primarily inherited, but tight shoes can aggravate this condition. It is best to wait until bones are fully developed, in order to avoid injury to growth plates. Generally this is after the age of 14-16. Consult with a board certified foot surgeon who performs these procedures on a regular basis. Try to seek patient testimonials. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had Bunion surgery 6 months ago and now my big toe is starting to bend in I went and saw my surgeon and she took x rays and said all is good. ?
Good: The outcome of any surgery depends on several things. The right procedure must be chosen, the surgeon, well trained and the patient must be conscientious in following post-op instructions. Retrospective studies put bunion surgery success at ~85% good to excellent results, but that also includes those patients who did things they were told not to do after surgery. Most patients do quite well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pain/function/shoes: If you have prolonged pain, limited function or the inability to participate in activities you enjoy or work you do, cannot wear shoes that you want/need to are common reasons. You may want to try some form of conservative care first to see if this can prevent surgery. Howver, the only way to correct the deformity is with surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stiffness scarring: No surgery is without risks or possible complications. With bunion surgery, possible complications include: infection, scarring, joint stiffness, transfer soreness to the second metatarsal, prolonged swelling and some recurrence of the deformity. Follow dr's instructions is usually the best advice to limit possible complications. Dr l. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Proper planning: Bunion surgery has a good record of success when the correct procedure is chosen. Don't compromise results for convenience. Depending on the severity of deformity, bones may need to be cut, straightened and screws or other fixation used, usually in an outpatient setting. Post-op disability depends on the procedure. A board certified podiatric surgeon can discuss your options further. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Besides surgery is there any other way to manage bunion pain that is an easy 7 or 8 on a scale from 1 to 10.?
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