Re: re: POST CHEVRON BUNIONECTOMY

I had both feet done Oct. 2004. I had both feet fractured, toes realigned and pins put in. It has almost been 5 months and I'd say about 2 months ago I finally had all feeling in both feet. My left foot took a bit longer for the numbness to go away. I was getting a little nervous it was never going to come back, since the dr. said it was a possibility. But it came back. Flexibility also took a while. Right foot 2 months, left 3 months and I am still having pain and range of motion issues with the left foot. I am actually going to the Dr. today to see if we need to do something or if it will just take time. This was a lot more painful than I expected and is taking a bit longer to fully recover, but I am happy I did it so far. Would I do it again? Probably not. Thanks to my mom staying with me to help me with my 2 kids and husband for 3 weeks I don't think I could have done it without her! Good luck in your recovery. Everyone is different in how they recover, but I thought I'd let you know my situation.

Posted By Michelle on March 01, 2005 at 16:28:19:

In Reply to: re: POST CHEVRON BUNIONECTOMY posted by trisha on March 01, 2005 at 15:52:36:

Worn daily for a few minutes to several hours, the night splint, over time has been clinically proven to reduce the pain and discomfort of plantar fasciitis and other overuse injuries of the lower leg.

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