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    3 Steps to Fixing Your Bunion
    How BunionLift™ Works
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    Quick procedure depicting logo
    A Quick Procedure:
    About 1-1.5 hours, depending on severity of the case. Return home the same day as your procedure.
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    Plus sign with an outer circle logo
    A Short Recovery Period:

    Be back on your feet with a
    walking boot in less than 2
    weeks when following
    recovery instructions.

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    A leg and an hang logo
    Enjoy Your Results:
    Results are permanent, allowing you to regain years of comfort and an active lifestyle.
    Do I Have a Bunion? And Do I Need Surgery?
    • Bony protrusion at the big toe joint
    • Pain around the big toe joint
    • Abnormal angle of big toe
    • Smooth and normal appearance
    • No More Pain
    • Normal alignment
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    Popular questions
    What Causes Bunions?
    Bunions form when your weight is unevenly distributed over your feet, forming an increasingly painful lump at the joint. Typically they arise over time with causes ranging from injuries, genetics, or arthritis.
    Will Bunions Go Away on Their Own?
    Bunions do not go away without treatment and tend only to worsen over time. Our BunionLift procedure is a highly effective way to restore your foot health and get back to an active and bunion-free life.
    Can I Be Active After Treatment?
    Patients can be fully active after their recovery from our BunionLift procedure. From going for walks to highly active sports, patients can resume their favorite activities without the interference of bunions.

    Before & Afters

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    Bunion foot before and after image
    Bunion foot before and after image
    Bunion foot before and after image
    0-2 weeks

    Walk immediately in Cam Walker boot on heel with crutch support (no casts) very light activity

    2-4 weeks

    Light activity with full weight bearing in cam walker boot

    4-6 weeks
    Walk in cam walker and transition gradually into running shoes as tolerated depending on swelling and healing
    8-12 weeks

    Return to non axial load excercise as tolerated – cycling /swimming /rowing / elliptical as tolerated. After 12 weeks return to full excercise once cleared by your surgeon

    *** All of the above is for informational purpose only- ask your doctor on your particular post operative aftercare course/directions when you see your Dr as every procedure/patient is different depending on type of surgery or surgeries being performed, patient age, and weight
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