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Bunions

The450Man

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Anyone here have bunions? Ive developed some moderate bunions over the past few years and have to get surgery. Already got one foot done and i think the surgeon fucked up on it. Its undercorected. Anyways, needless to say I cant train legs so im sure im going to have chicken legs.

Anyone else in or have been in this situation?
 

alero

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The old lady just had her second surgery a little while ago.
What did they do in surgery? she had bone shaved on both sides of her feet, and her big and little toes broken and moved.
 

Stone123

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bunion

depending on how longs it been; if recent:under-correction can be corrected by dressings, they can put a splint on that will work on the soft tissue. If its been a while- Orthotics can also help correctly position your foot. Most insurances cover at least one pair per year.

under correction can be fixed but over is way tougher. You can develop a varus which is functionally more painful.

if i were you, i would get orthotics, try physical therapy- yea for the feet:) then consider another procedure...

if you really think the surgeon did a bad job? tell him first- or get a second opinion. definitely dont have him work on another surgery if your not happy with the first one.
 

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