Use of Chemical Neurolysis

I had a bunionectomy of both sides (including tailors bunion removal) of my left foot over 2 years ago. Since a few months after my surgery, I have had an extremely sensitive sensation alongside my incision mark above my tailors bunion removal site. I have also had many of the same symptoms of Morton's Neuroma between my third and forth toes.

I am wondering:

Did this happen from my surgery?

Are they probably directly related to one another?

And, how numb can I expect my foot to get as a result of chemical neurolysis? I am very concerned with destroying a nerve I may very well need and I don't want to have a part of my foot numb forever.

Thanks for your help!

Posted By Nita on July 02, 2004 at 22:57:08:

This slip-on device is a soft and stretchable Nylon/Lycra® fabric molded with a proprietary gel pad to protect the entire Achilles tendon of the foot by absorbing pressure and friction resulted from rubbing with the surface of the shoe.

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