After hallux valgus-hammer toe correction, will doctor do plaster of paris bandage up to knee.?

Usually no. A good alternative is a cam boot but you may be asked to use crutches.
Depends. It depends on the nature or extent of the surgery, need for protection and surgeons preference to some extent.
Not always. Depending on the exact procedure, following bunion surgery your doctor may want you to walk with a surgical shoe, a rigid waking boot, or use crutches to keep pressure off of the surgical site. On occasion your foot may be placed in a cast. Discuss the post operative course with you surgeon prior to your surgery so that you can be prepared and know what to expect.
Usually not. The after surgery care depends on the procedure performed. For most bunion surgeries, we place the patient in a surgical shoe with limited standing/ walking around the home the first 10 days. Sutures are then removed and the patient placed in a removal cast. They can increase weightbearing to tolerance, get the foot wet and begin rom exercises. Check with with your surgeon, care varies. Dr l.
Depends. It depends on the type of surgical procedure done. Some procedures do not require casting.

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Does anyone know, after hallux valgus-hammer toe correction surgery, doctor arranged plaster of paris bandage upto knee.?

Bandage. I'm not sure what the question is . Is it that you are surprised at the extent of the cast ? All docs bandage based on their training and what works best in their hands. This should have been discussed before surgery. Read more...
Yes. The doctor did this to immobilize the foot to prevent the surgery from injury if you where to walk on it. Read more...

I got hallux valgus hammer toe correction surgery. How long is the road to recovery?

Ask surgeon. This should have been all spelled out for you before the procedure. There are also different procedures that take different amounts of time to heal. Read more...
Surgery. This not only should have been explained before the surgery , but you should have asked that question. It cannot be answered here as we don't know what was done , how involved, pins , screws , etc. Read more...
It depends... Usually 4-8 weeks but it depends on the type of procedure performed and on the individual that it was performed on. Each person has a different healing potential depending on age and overall health. Read more...
Depends. on the procedure. You can heal in as little as 4 weeks or as long as 12 weeks. It could be longer if you have complications. Most of our patients do very well and the average healing time is around 6 weeks. . Read more...

What to do if I got hallux valgus hammer toe correction surgery.?

What are you . Asking? If you had the surgery you should follow the surgeons post op direction..... Read more...

24 years old right flat foot stage IV having a knee deviation and worst hallux valgus with pain since many days. Insoles had no effect on right foot?

PTTD. Possible posterior tibial tendon dysfunction which could cause symptoms. See podiatrist for biomechanical examination possible orthotics or corrective surgery. Read more...
Have it evaluated. Some conservative options include anti-inflammatory medication, pain medication, steroid injection, padding, strapping, orthoces, and wider shoes. Surgery can be considered if you have exhausted your conservative options. Read more...

24 years old right flat foot stage IV having a knee deviation and worst hallux valgus with pain since many days. Insoles had no effect. Why?

Flatfoot pain. Insoles are but one part of a comprehensive treatment plan for your problems. An otc insole provides little benefit. See your local podiatrist for thorough evaluation and management of your problems. You will be happy you did. Read more...
See below. Insoles or orthotics can only do so much for alignment and support with the number of problems you are having. Read more...
Have it evaluated. Some conservative options include anti-inflammatory medication, pain medication, steroid injection, padding, strapping, orthoces, and wider shoes. Surgery can be considered if you have exhausted your conservative options. Read more...