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Driving After Bunion Surgery

Driving After Bunion Surgery

Driving After Bunion Surgery. So what’s the truth about what’s going to happen to me after Bunion Surgery? Possible complications after bunion surgery include: Blood Clot: With any surgery, there is a small risk of a blood clot developing, such as a DVT deep vein thrombosis or PE pulmonary embolus after bunion surgery. If you must walk, use crutches or a walker. Avoid wearing high heels for at least 6 months. We also need to make sure you stay safe…

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Bunion Surgery Recovery Time Driving

Bunion Surgery Recovery Time Driving

Bunion Surgery Recovery Time Driving. What is foot fusion surgery? That is the extent of what they do, and they take it easy for a couple of days. This won’t get rid of a current bunion, but may stop it from getting worse. If a local anesthetic is used, you will feel a needle stick when the anesthetic is injected. The best way to do this is to work with a physical therapist, who can give you one-on-one attention, assess…

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