Re: rigid toes

: I recently had toe shortening surgery performed on my left foot, and the results are terrible. They are completely flat, inflexible and rigid. They don't touch the ground when I stand,and are just weird and awful looking. What upsets me the most is now I have no flexibility in my second and third toes anymore. Is there any way surgery can be done to reverse this procedure? IS there any way to fix the damage so my toes at least look normal? Help!
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Posted By michel on February 25, 2004 at 12:54:41:

In Reply to: rigid toes posted by Liz on November 13, 2003 at 09:33:16:

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