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bunion removal for both feet at the same time

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by john125, Apr 13, 2017.

  1. john125

    john125 New Member

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    I'm a full time working guy (30 years old). I have painful bunions and tailor bunions on both of my feet. I've ordered shoes nonstop and cannot find a pair that is truly comfortable (I've ordered up to 6E and not even that is wide enough). I wear pads on the bunions, but they still hurt really badly (especially the tailors bunions).

    Has anyone been in a similar situation and had bunion removal surgery for both feet at the same time? If so, how quickly would I be able to get back to work? I'm an eye doctor, so I do move around quite a bit.

    Thanks for your suggestions!
  2. Micleson

    Micleson New Member

    You try to do some exercise with toe strap, hope this can help you.
    1 Place an elastic band around the big toes on each foot.
    2 Slowly turn your feet outward until you feel the stretch on the big toes.
    3 Hold this position for 1 minute.
    4 Relax for 1 minute, & repeat again.
    5 Do this exercise for 15 minutes, 2 or 3 times daily.

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