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Exercising for Bunion Pain Relief

Posted December 30, 2013

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What is a Bunionette?

Posted November 26, 2013

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When to see a Foot Doctor about a Bunion

Posted August 20, 2013

A bunion is one of the most common foot problems faced by Americans today. It mostly occurs in women, especially in those who frequently wear high heels. It is a deformity of the joint at the base of the big toe which sticks out of normal alignment, causing a bump to form. A bunion may initially seem harmless and easily managed, but for most people they are uncomfortable, bothersome and unattractive in appearance. If you feel that your bunions are keeping you from enjoying activities that you love to do then bunion surgery is what you need to help you put your best foot forward... Read More »


How soon can I exercise after Bunion Surgery?

Posted July 08, 2013

You just had bunion surgery. Now you’re thinking, “OK, now I’m useless.” Wrong. Do not take that train of thought. The only thing that you cannot do for an extended amount of time is put strain on your feet. After the first day of surgery you will feel groggy and tiresome, but don’t let that stand in your way of staying consistent with your workout regiment, otherwise you will have to start rebuilding your stamina and endurance all over again. - See more at: http://www.drmoy.com/how-soon-can-i-exercise-after-bunion-surgery.html.. Read More »


Myths About Bunion Surgery

Posted May 02, 2013

Over the years, many patients have come to our office and expressed their concerns about things they have heard regarding bunion surgery. They usually hear it from a friend or family member, or in some cases have experienced it first hand at the hands of another surgeon. We're here to tell you that bunion surgery does not have to be painful. .. Read More »


Why Do People Get Bunions?

Posted February 04, 2013

Bunions are the sometimes painful deformity of the joint of the big toe that can develop as people age. It can be unsightly in the best case scenario to very painful at worst. Bunions are not necessarily an automatic development that comes with age, there are different reasons that some people develop them and others do not... Read More »


Athlete Foot Care

Posted April 19, 2012

Athletes depend on their feet to be healthy, strong and flexible perhaps more than most people, even if you only play sports for fun. The demands placed on athlete’s feet and lower limbs in general can lead to a range of traumatic injuries and common foot deformities... Read More »


Walking Shoes

Posted April 16, 2012

If you are currently in recovery from bunion or hammertoe removal surgery, or even if running just isn’t your thing, walking is a good way to keep your body moving without the intensity of running. However, just because it isn’t as intense, doesn’t mean that it won’t place pressure on your feet – in fact, many people who develop bunions or hammertoes aren’t vigorous exercisers, and get these deformities simply from walking around in bad shoes... Read More »


Your Shoes At Work

Posted April 13, 2012

Unfortunately, many foot problems (both chronic and traumatic) occur at the workplace from either an accident or poor ergonomics. Ergonomics refer to the practice of workplace design to provide optimum comfort and injury/stress prevention. .. Read More »


Stretch Those Toes

Posted April 06, 2012

Whether you are in the stages of treating an early bunion or recovering from bunion removal surgery, stretching is essential to foot health. This goes for those dealing with hammertoes, or any other foot problem... Read More »