Bunions and hammertoes are similar toe deformities that can be as painful as they are ugly. In this blog, we’ll talk about how you can avoid and treat bunions and hammertoes.
Reconstructive foot surgery is a significant surgical technique for your feet and ankles and used in situations where all other conservative treatments are exhausted without success.
Foot reconstruction can be complicated but also provide a better quality of life for many people.
Benign and malignant tumors of the foot’s skin, muscles or bones can feel like lumps to the touch and need to be properly diagnosed and treated.
Reconstructive foot surgery may sound serious, but it also provides lasting pain relief and quality of life from injuries, defects, infections, or improper footwear.
Athletes and active individuals may be prone to a number of different sports injuries. However, all people are at risk for deformities caused by age, foot structure, or footwear that is too tight or narrow. Many of these issues can be treated with rest, ice, compression, and elevation at home, but some may require surgical intervention in the doctor’s office or at a local hospital.