That Bunion Won't Go Away on its Own

According to WebMD, there are probably over a hundred surgeries for bunions. Some of the more common types include: removing the portion of bone on the side of the big toe (metatarsal head); cutting and realigning soft tissue surrounding the big toe joint; making cuts into the bone to realign the joint; removing or reshaping the bone in the big toe joint; fusing the big toe joint, fusing the metatarsal joint and mid foot; and inserting an implant in place of the metatarsal joint. Read More!

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