Sandal season is around the corner so if there was ever a time to deal with bothersome bunions, it’s now. Bunions aren’t attractive (some people think they look like a foot deformity) and even worse, they hurt.

bunions_picBunions form when the big toe shifts from its normal position and moves toward the second toe. The joint at the base of the big toe “bumps” out of alignment, causing the side of your foot to look enlarged with a bump sticking out.

Bunions don’t just form overnight – in fact, it can take years for the bump to form. That’s why it’s so important to be proactive at the first signs of a bunion. A chiropodist can do a thorough exam and recommend early treatment options to help relieve the pressure and slow down the deformity of the joint. Orthotics may help keep your feet aligned correctly or in severe cases, a bunionectomy may be the best course of action.

Anamelva Revoredo has continuously served at the College of Chiropodists of Ontario in various roles over the years as an exemplary member of her profession. She uses the latest techniques and technology to accurately evaluate and treat your foot care needs. Call to arrange an appointment or consultation today and help us deal with your bothersome bunions!

anaBy Anamelva Revoredo B.Sc., D.Ch., IIWCC
In an ongoing series, Anamelva will share her knowledge regarding common foot ailments and appropriate treatments. Most of us will encounter a problem at one time or another, so read and learn! If you’re in pain, or suffer from any of the ensuing conditions, call Anamelva today!