matt bunions on both feet

Matt had a truly great experience at Anderson Podiatry from the moment he walked in and was greeted by the receptionist. The environment was very comfortable, and all doctors and nurses were incredibly knowledgeable and helped him understand what to expect from beginning to end. Matt had bunions on both of his feet since he was a small child, and within the past year they had gotten so bad he could not walk, run or be very active without experiencing extreme pain.

If your big toe points in towards your second toe, or if there is a bump on your big toe join- you may have a bunion. However, if your big toe looks normal but there is a bump at the base of your pinky toe you may have bunionette. Bunions are a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe when the big toe pushes against the next toe. It is usually self-diagnosable with the main symptoms being bone deformity, pain, and stiffness. Bunion surgery itself is performed to reduce pain and fix the deformity. Bunions and bunionettes can make you dread putting on your shoes, but the specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in treating both of these conditions, and can help you get back on your feet by treating the underlying cause of bunions and bunionettes, not just the symptoms. Some options include, custom orthotics and corrective surgery- and with all insurance plans accepted, there is no reason not to be soon.

The best thing about Matt’s surgery was the fact he can now play with his dogs, go on runs, and be active the way he wants to be without having to hold anything back.

Matt would absolutely recommend his family and friends to Anderson Podiatry Center.

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