How long does it take to recover from claw toe operations?

Varies. Ask your surgeon. Typically patients are immobilized in a fracture boot for up to 6 wks and may be kept non or partial weight bearing.
12 weeks and >. It depends on the surgery, if pins are placed etc. Typically at the 4th week physical therapy may be prescribed, but expect at least 12 weeks for swelling to decrease. Discuss with your surgeon.
Recovery times vary. The healing rates can vary depending on the individual and on the exact type of procedure performed. Generally it may take more or less 6 to 8 weeks. Discuss the recovery time with your surgeon who will be performing your surgery.

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Will I need to learn crutches when recovering from a claw toe operation?

Maybe. Crutches are not usually required but if your surgeon recommends them then you will be instructed on use. Read more...
That depends.... Whether you need to learn to use crutches when recovering from a claw toe operation will depend on a number of factors. The first being how well you are able to balance and keep weight off of your forefoot. There may be other procedures that accompany the claw toe operation that require the use of crutches. You should follow the directions of your orthopedic foot and ankle surgeoon as you recover. Read more...
Usually not. Depending on the type of procedure, most are able to get around with a surgical shoe or rigid walking boot with a cane following the procedure. Read more...