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How to recover following Claw Toe Correction

Most patients recover well as the physios in the ward will get them walking and exercising the ankles and knees. A pain package is prescribed by the anaesthetist but mostly paracetamol, NSAID’s and Codeine are the commonest medications unless one has allergies. A single dose of antibiotics are given at surgery to prevent any infection. Patient is advised to mobilise as much as possible. No sporting or lower limb leisure activity is advised in the first 3 weeks. The surgeon will let you know the time that you can return to your leisure activities, running treadmill and other sport. Keeping mobile does help in a quicker recovery.

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