Posts in the foot pain category

Footsurgery News 30 Apr | '2018

Is bunion surgery painful?

Is bunion surgery painful? Bunion surgery is unlikely to be painful, as the use of minimal incision techniques and better medications given during the surgery, significantly reduce postoperative pain. Also, because you can walk straight after surgery, postoperative swelling is reduced. Read More

Footsurgery News 7 Mar | '2018

Bunion surgery: what is involved in a bunion operation

Bunion surgery can be performed safely as a day surgery procedure under either local anaesthetic, sedation and local anaesthetic or a full general anaesthetic. The benefits of day surgery are that your risk of infection is lower the sooner you leave hospital, and you are able to walk immediately following the procedure – although you do need to ensure the operated foot is elevated as much as possible in the first 48 hours.
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Footsurgery News 26 Feb | '2018

Am I off my feet after bunion surgery?

Am I off my feet after buninon surgery? Bunion surgery allows patients to be on their feet immediately following the procedure. In these instances, patients are expected to wear a protective post-operative shoe over their bandaging in order to protect the surgical site. In the first 3-7 days, patients are expected to rest as much as possible even when they are able to walk.Read More

Footsurgery News 13 Feb | '2018

Bursitis foot Brisbane & Gold Coast

An intermetatarsal bursitis is a common cause of foot pain that is reported in females more than males. The high incidence of bursitis is attributed mainly to the anatomy of the female foot as well as lifestyle choices such as the prolonged use of higher heeled shoes or long hours of standing in occupations such as the retail industry. Unfortunately, poorly managed foot pain caused by bursitis can also aggravate the risk of developing other disorders, such as neuromasRead More

Footsurgery News 23 Jan | '2018

Bursitis foot Gold Coast

An intermetatarsal bursitis is a common cause of foot pain that is reported in females more than males. The high incidence of bursitis is attributed mainly to the anatomy of the female foot as well as lifestyle choices such as the prolonged use of higher heeled shoes or long hours of standing in occupations such as the retail industry. Unfortunately, poorly managed foot pain caused by bursitis can also aggravate the risk of developing other disorders, such as neuromasRead More

Footsurgery News 23 Jan | '2018

Bursitis foot cortisone injection

An intermetatarsal bursitis is a common cause of foot pain that is reported in females more than males. The high incidence of bursitis is attributed mainly to the anatomy of the female foot as well as lifestyle choices such as the prolonged use of higher heeled shoes or long hours of standing in occupations such as the retail industry. Unfortunately, poorly managed foot pain caused by bursitis can also aggravate the risk of developing other disorders, such as neuromas

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Footsurgery News 21 Jan | '2018

Bursitis foot surgery

Intermetatarsal bursitis is a common cause of foot pain that is reported in females more than males. This high incidence is attributed mainly to the anatomy of the female foot as well as lifestyle choices such as the prolonged use of higher heeled shoes or long hours of standing in occupations such as the retail industry. Unfortunately, poorly managed foot pain can also aggravate the risk of developing other disorders such as neuromasRead More

Footsurgery News 21 Jan | '2018

Bunion surgery photos

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Dr Kim fixes bunions. “Bunions have been shown to reduce health-related quality of life, make fitting footwear difficult and increase the risk of falls and balance problems”. Bilateral bunion surgery can be performed safely as an outpatient procedure in selected patients with acceptable levels of patient satisfaction. Bunion surgery has also been found to be the most effective intervention in scientific studies.Read More

Footsurgery News 21 Jan | '2018

Am I off my feet after bunion surgery?

Am I off my feet after buninon surgery? Bunion surgery allows patients to be on their feet immediately following the procedure. In these instances, patients are expected to wear a protective post-operative shoe over their bandaging in order to protect the surgical site. In the first 3-7 days, patients are expected to rest as much as possible even when they are able to walk.Read More