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I'm 48 and have bad bunions both feet. I am booked in with Mr David Gordon at the London Clinic for MINIMALLY INVASIVE bunion surgery, supposedly faster recovery and easier to manage than traditional methods. I've researched as much as I can but can only find quite daunting stories about traditional bunionectomy procedures. I would be very keen to hear about anyone else's experiences? I am dreading the first 2 weeks of rest as I am a very, very active person, I run three times a week and stand up all day every day because I keep busy! Any tips grateful. Thanks so much.
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