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Bunions- A Pain In The Foot By Dr.Jennifer Feeny

Copyright (c) 2009 Dr. Jennifer Feeny Bunions can be incredibly painful and they require some special care. Bunions are often hereditary but are also often caused by ill- fitting shoes. Once you suspect or know you have a bunion though it is time to get on and deal with it. Many doctors will quickly recommend surgery as the only answer, but this is not always necessary. There are other ways to deal with bunions besides surgery. The number one first step is to change your footwear. The bad news is that once you have developed a bunion it is probably not going to disappear in a hurry. You can reduce its effects and pain though. Good footwear is the start. Over 90% of bunion sufferers are women. Stop for a moment and think about why this is. Yes, it is that trying to squeeze our foot into tight toed, high heeled shoes that deform our feet for life. While many of us may squirm at the thought of some Asian practices of foot binding that is exactly what we have done to our selves. No lectures though - if you a bunion you need to deal with it and hopefully avoid surgical techniques. If you are not sure if you are developing a bunion, just look for that tell-tale bump at the end joint of the big toe. Occasionally people also develop a bunion on the little tiny toe side too. Squishing your feet is the most likely cause of developing a bunion so it makes sense that un-squishing them is going to help.

To prevent bunions becoming worse using toe spacers is a good action plan. Toe spacers are usually made of rubber or silicone gel. They work by keeping that big toe from trying to cross its way over onto the next toe. Most toe spacers are designed to work while wearing shoes and using a bunion shield at the same time. You can also get bunion splints to wear at night. Another great new product is called Yoga Toes which help by exercising your toes and can help improve your bunion. The most important thing for bunion sufferers is to find the best possible footwear. Forget the high heels for a few years if you can. If you really can't imagine your self without them at least see a podiatrist and get some highly supportive inserts. If you don't you have no one but your self to blame for ongoing pain. There are plenty of fashionable shoes available that you can choose from that won't aggravate your bunion. Always go for a wide toe bed and if your bunion is severe consider wearing men's shoes for
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that bit of extra room. You can also have your shoes specially stretched to accommodate your bunion.

Fit Flops are a great option too for bunion sufferers. Many people have reported on how comfortable they feel and how they take the stress off that vulnerable toe area. There are also specially designed hiking shoes that will accommodate your bunion as well as every day wear. They may cost a little more but for comfort's sake they are well worth it. If you have a bunion you are probably well aware of the need to care for your feet as your major form of support. Be good to your self and you may be able to avoid surgery later on.

Dr. Jennifer Feeny is a board certified podiatrist in Blacksburg Virginia. To read more of what Dr. Feeny is saying about foot health visit http://www.blacksburgfoot.com

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How To Treat Your Foot Problems? By Anne Hoston

As we tend to spend a large amount of our time on our feet it is quite normal to develop various types of foot problems. These foot problems can be in many cases very painful requiring special treatment from a foot doctor. In order to treat these foot problems it is best to identify what is causing your foot pain. With Bunions the problem is that your big toe is enlarged and it is very swollen, tender and painful. The causes of Bunions is as of yet unknown. It is known however that you can inherit Bunions from your family. Ill fitting shoes can also give bunions. There's also the fact the Bunions can develop without any known cause. You can also develop foot problems in you heels. While this heel pain is very common, it can begin without any injury being caused to the foot. You will usually feel the pain under the heel of the foot. It is generally present when you are standing or walking. The time that the pain is the worst is when you are getting out of bed. The cause of these foot problems is that the tissues on the sole of the foot have become inflamed. The place where the inflammation is the worst is the heel area. Morton's Neuroma is yet another type of foot problem. With Morton's Neuroma the nerve that is between the 3rd and 4th toes becomes constricted and pinched. Morton's Neuroma is a build up of extra tissue in the nerve. This extra buildup of nerve tissue can be very painful. Corns and calluses are other foot problems that are caused by pressure being exerted on the skin of your foot. They occur when bones of the foot are pressed against the shoe's surface or even when two of your foot bones are pressed together. Usually you will get corns and calluses on your big toe and also the little toe. Calluses can form underneath the ends of the foot bones. Soft corns can occur between the toes. Hammertoes are another type of foot problem. Hammertoes are a permanent sideways bend in the joint of your middle toe. Hammertoes can be made worse by wearing tight shoes and you will usually feel pain on the top of the toe and at the end of the toe. Plantar warts are the last of the foot problems. These warts occur on the soles of the foot. They are an infection by certain viruses. Plantar warts grow inward. The wart can't grow outward. The reason is because of the weight that's placed on it when you stand. You may experience severe pain when you are walking. While all of these foot problems are treatable it's best to know more about them so that you don't repeat the mistakes that lead you to having them in the first place. While the pain in the foot problems can be severe it's not life threatening which can make you feel somewhat better! http://www.herbalremedieslk.com/home_remedies.html , http://www.herbalremedieslk.com/home_remedies.html , http://www.myanxietyguide.com

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