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Battling Bunions: What REALLY Happens During Surgery

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What is the most challenging part of the recovery period, post-bunion surgery?
Air Date: 7/24/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Lois Fink, Speaker
Lois Fink Lois Fink is an inspirational speaker, patient advocate and published writer. She is the creator and face "behind" the IBD & Ostomy Awareness Ribbon. Lois is serving a two-year term as the Public Member on the Public Policy Committee and board member for the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB).
Battling Bunions: What REALLY Happens During Surgery
Bunions are bumps that form on the joint on your big toe. This happens when your big toe pushes against your second toe, which causes your big toe to grow and stick out.

So, you have a bunion and you want it removed.

Not so fast.

Your symptoms might be "mild," and doctors recommend waiting to have a bunion removed until the pain is unbearable.

What really happens during and after a bunion surgery?

Listen in as Lois Fink shares her personal story on her bunion surgery and why it was nothing like what she was expecting.

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