Bunion Surgery, Surgical options:
If the conservative treatments do not provide relief your pain and discomfort, you might need bunion surgery. Since we use srugery as the last resource, bunion surgery is not recommended if your bunion causes no frequent pain or interferes with your daily life and activities.
Here are some surgical procedures for bunion surgery, that might work for you.
Surgical procedures for bunions involve:
After the bunion surgery there is a great possiblity that you immediately can walk on your feet, but full recovery can take weeks to months.
To prevent a recurrence, you'll need to wear post op shoes after recovery. Talk to your podiatrist about what you can expect after bunion surgery.
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