S/P Bunionectomy

Surgical procedure to excise, or remove, a bunion. A bunion is an enlargement of the joint at the base of the big toe and is comprised of bone and soft tissue

  • Swelling on the medial great toe
  • Redness on the medial great toe
  • Physical deformity- lateral deviation of the great toe
  • Pain with walking
  • Pain in the great toe joint
  • Congential
  • Tight-fitting shoes
  • Passive ROM to great toe
  • Stretching lower extremity musculature
  • Massage to reduce swelling
  • Foot intrinsic muscle strengthening
  • Lower extremity strengthening
  • Gait program
S/P Bunionectomy Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Crutch Walking
  • Straight Leg Raise
  • Clams
  • Big Toe Curls
  • Big Toe Lifts
  • Big Toe Passive Flexion
  • Big Toe Passive Extension
  • Standing Hip Extension
  • Standing Hip Abduction
  • Weight Bearing Restrictions
  • DVT Clot Instructions

S/P Bunionectomy Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Slant Board Straight Knee
  • Slant Board Bent Knee
  • Windshield Wipers
  • Foot Ankle Prevention Program Yoga
  • Heel Raises
  • Step Overs
  • Bridge Marching
  • Single Leg Squat And Touch
  • Toe Yoga
  • Gait II

S/P Bunionectomy Phase III

Purchase Phase

  • Heel Offs
  • German Dance
  • Heel Raises
  • Step Overs In Mase
  • T Band Walks In Mase
  • Tennis Ball Push
  • Jump Rope Routine
  • Toe Hops