Bunions are a common problem affecting many people, and these may be present on one or both feet.  It is a deformity or condition where the bone behind your big toe drifts towards the other foot, and the big toe itself drifts towards the second toe.  The result is often a prominent bone on the inside of the foot behind the big toe.

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This can lead to the development of pain or other problems, such as with wearing shoes or exercising.  There are many conservative or non-surgical treatments available for bunions, and not all patients will require surgery.  However, the sooner you have your feet evaluated, the sooner we can begin treating the condition, which may help you avoid the need for future surgical treatment.

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