Many Bunion Problems Can Be Managed Without Surgery
The first line of defense to treating your bunion problems is usually more conservative in nature. We know that bunion problems are nearly nonexistent in populations that don’t wear shoes and 90 percent of those who suffer bunion problems are also women. Other areas that are important for the evaluation of the bunion problems are past medical history and family medical history.
Some bunion problems can be managed without surgery and bunions that are not painful do not need surgical correction. At the big-toe joint (where the bunion problems are), both bones and forming this joint are coated using fibrous and studying the patterns in your gait can be very revelatory where bunion problems are concerned. Many people with bunion problems can be managed with the use of appropriate footwear and in some cases with the use of orthotics. Continue reading “Treat Bunion Problems Early To Avoid Surgery”