Bunion surgery recovery time can depend greatly on many of the factors prior to the surgery. This is meant to be a very detailed guide on what to do before surgery during surgery and after surgery to optimize your results.
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Just think of this as a general guide that does not apply specifically to you, but take what you can from it.
Bunion and bunionectomy surgery can cause intense pain and may increase the risk of other foot problems. A lot of studies do show that up to 25% of adults between 18 years old and 65 have bunions, and almost 40% of people over 65 have bunions.
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The goal of this video and a bunion surgery is to:
Relief pain in the bunion of the foot.
To repair the bunion toe joint.
To restore proper foot alignment.
To improve your bunion surgery recovery time.
There are many different types of surgeries and many different types of philosophies on how to recover from the surgeries. Dr. Tomasz Biernacki will go over this and share some of his thoughts on things that may be able to help with general bunion surgeries.