When it comes to bunions, bumps, and other red sore spots on your feet, know that you aren’t alone. Ugly feet affect even those that walk the red carpet in Hollywood. We just can’t see their feet because they’re covered with long gowns! But you can probably bet that the local podiatrists’ offices have seen… Continue Reading »

Hallux valgus. These two Latin words equate to a lot of pain for many people. Why? Because in English, these words translate into “bunion.” Commonly known as a fleshy bump that appears on the outer side of your big toe, a bunion is actually a change in the structure of your foot that throws your… Continue Reading »

If you have a bunion, it is likely causing you pain. Salt Lake City residents have a reputation for being active and, if you’re an avid hiker or skier, you may find it difficult certain footwear increases symptoms. But for serious bunions, people experience pain while completing even the simplest daily activities-even walking or standing…. Continue Reading »

A bunion is a bump that appears on the foot between the first and second joint on the big toe. Bunions are classified as a deformity of the foot and can be quite painful. Salt Lake City bunion surgery may be required if the foot pain isn’t reduced by other methods of treatment and lifestyle… Continue Reading »

Foot pain may sound like a minor condition but it can dramatically reduce the quality of your life. One of the most common causes of foot pain is a bunion. What are Bunions? A bunion is an abnormal, bony bump that forms on the side of your foot where the base of your big toe… Continue Reading »

It is estimated that over five million Americans suffer from bunions.  A bunion is a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe where it joins the foot. A bunion forms when your big toe pushes against the next toe, and forces the joint of your big toe to get bigger and… Continue Reading »

Bunions are the painful bony bumps that form at the base of the big toe. Larger bunions can cause the tip of your big toe to angle toward the second toe. Research indicates that 23 percent of people aged 18 to 65, and 36 percent of those older than 65 have bunions. If you or… Continue Reading »