When Treating Bunions Means Surgery

Improved techniques make bunion surgery more effective

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Bunions can be annoying and painful, but they are usually treated without surgery. However, when the pain is no longer eased by lifestyle changes, it may be time to think about surgery, often called a bunionectomy. A bunion occurs when the metatarsophalangeal (MTP), the joint at the base of the big toe, turns outward, causing […]
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