bunion


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  • noun

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a painful swelling of the bursa of the first joint of the big toe

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OR IS IT THE RESULT OF THE BUNIONS THAT I'VE BEGUN TO DEVELOP OVER THE YEARS?
And you wouldn't believe my bunion - fair burst out of my left boot, that bunion.
Since 2006, virtually every injury has been related to this foot "I was starting to worry if I was breaking down because of wear and tear but it wasn't that, it was just because of the bunion.
Kristine Necessary, Atlanta Ballet "I need a box that's very square for better balance, and with an extra long vamp so it covers my bunions and toe creases.
Brett Wood, Austin Podiatry offers everything from routine podiatric checkups to sports medicine and bunion surgery.
VICTORIA Beckham is considering painful surgery to cure her ugly BUNION.
For those who suffer from bunions, tight-fitting high-heeled shoes can make bunion problems significantly worse.
A chiropodist may be able to help with bunion pads and wedges between the toes, and it makes sense to wear sensible footwear whenever possible.
Patricia Leighton, 51, was admitted to hospital in July 1998 for treatment to a swollen bunion.
Mrs Patricia Leighton, aged 51, was admitted to hospital on July 19, 1998, with a bunion infection and three days later the mother-of-two died after a female doctor gave her an injection.
Graham, podiatric foot surgeon and inventor of the Osteo-Wedge[TM] device, commented, "Traditional bunion corrective surgical techniques are like cutting a wedge out of the leaning tower of Pisa to make it straight when the real problem is with the foundation.
It could be: A bunion - these are common in young women as a result of wearing shoes that are too tight, too pointed and with too high a heel.