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I'm 26 years old and had both feet done, twice. The first surgery failed, and then 6 weeks later I had another one where I was inserted k-wires and then had them removed after 6 weeks. After 4 months of lying in bed and sitting in a wheel chair, I had to learn how to walk all over again. I am now doing physical therapy and see improvement after each session!
My question for all of you is: Are you able to stand on your toes after (maybe)some years later? It is even possible? I was never told about how hard recovery is and as former ballet dancer and yoga lover I can't help but worry. My physio told me it's a big NO which I can understand since I can't even bend the toes manually at this point. But will I NEVER be able to do it? Won't the bones heal enough to hold my body weight? It's so annoying because I started exercising a little and I can't do plank or lunges etc because my toes need to bend for these kind of exercises. Please share your experience with being active after bunion surgery, I really need to know how it is for you guys...
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