Non-surgical Bunion Pain Relief Options

Before embarking on the path of undergoing a bunionectomy, you should thoroughly investigate non-surgical bunion pain relief options to see if you can avoid bunion removal surgery. Depending on your personal situation, the condition of your foot bunion and whether or not the cost of a bunionectomy is within your financial means, it is quite […]
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Types of Bunion Surgery

Technological advances, scientific innovation and research have fundamentally changed how we treat bunions and led to an increase in the types of bunion surgery your doctor may prescribe for your specific condition. There are at least more than 100 types of bunion surgery according to WebMD. Relatively speaking, most bunion sufferers only had a couple […]
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What Causes Bunions?

One of the most frequently asked and incorrectly answered questions on the internet when it comes to bunions is: “What causes bunions?” And I bet you will commonly read answers on sites like About.com that wearing the wrong type of shoes, tight shoes or high heels that cram your toes together causes bunions. This answer […]
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What is a Bunion?

A bunion in its most base and simplistic definition is simply a bump. When it comes to foot ailments, there are many interesting and colorful names and descriptions. From corns to hammer toes, none of them sound all that pleasant or physically appealing. Bunions are no different. It gets a bit more complicated when speaking […]
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Curve Correct vs NailEase: A Review of Home Treatment Products for Ingrown Toenails

Just about everybody dreads the prospect of enduring surgery for ingrown toenail removal. Whether it is the fear of pain, concern about missing work and wages, or the belief that the cost is too much for them to handle, individuals suffering from ingrowing toenails often seek alternatives to ingrown toenail surgery. Though there are a […]
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V Cut & Ingrown Toenails – Debunking an Urban Legend

If you have spent any considerable amount of time searching the internet for ingrown toenail treatments you may have come across recommendations that advise the practice of making a “v cut” incision to the tip of the problematic toenail. The premise is that by small v-shaped wedge out of the tip of the toenail that […]
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