Are you struggling to get into shoes because of your bunion?

Is the pain from your bunion slowing you down?

Is your performance impacted because your feet hurt?

If surgery is an option would you consider it?

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What is a Bunion?

A bunion is a bump on the side of the big toe, which is associated with swelling, redness and in some cases pain.

How is it caused?

In some people, there is no obvious cause.  Some patients have a family history of bunions.  Some patients, such as those with flat feet, are at an increased risk of developing bunions.

Though not necessarily always the cause of bunions, tight or poorly fitting shoes can make the symptoms worse.


What are the symptoms?

For many patients the deformity is the only symptom.  Bunions cause patients problems when they become inflamed and swollen, which causes pain. For some patients, the big toe pushes on the 2nd toe, causing it to bend and rub, causing corns or calluses on the 2nd toe


How is it diagnosed?

Examination of the foot is required and usually an x-ray to assess the severity of the deformity and any impact on adjacent toes.


How is it treated?

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10+

Years of experience

Treating patients with Foot and Ankle problems


2000+

Operations performed

From bunion surgery to total ankle replacement


5 clinics

In Scotland and London

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