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

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I do so hope that one day Amal Clooney takes her bunions and shoves them firmly up the backside of the next tedious loser who attacks her for anything.
While bunions can be genetic, they are very often also caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes that put a strain on the bones and muscles in your feet.
The Speed Triad's unique patented design gives surgeons a fast, simple and reproducible way to achieve continuous compressive fixation of osteotomies performed to address mild to moderate bunion deformities.
Occasionally, dancers with bunions may be able to return to performing after surgery.
In fact, bunions affect 23 percent of individuals 18 to 65 years of age and 36 percent of those over 65 years, according to a study by Nix et al.
The bunion the doctors removed was indeed of ample proportions.
But, if the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists is to be believed - and its members should know what they're talking about - bunions are not caused by the wearing of six-inch heels.
WITH her aching bunions and her hair scraped into a scrunchy, the strain of being a style icon is starting to tell on Mrs Beckham?
Many are attributing Victoria falling flat to her alleged bunions, which are now so famous they have their own Facebook page (just joking).
Experts say that switching to a lower heel and roomier toe box help ease painful problems such as hammertoes and bunions that may develop as the foot begins to take the shape of a poor-fitting shoe.
The UCLA Health System will present a lecture on bunions and bunion surgery.
Patients, who range in age from 3 months to 106 years old, come to the clinic to cure everything from bunions and fungal nails to broken bones and tendonitis.
Garr thinks of MS this way: "[It's] an annoyance that I've learned to live with, like bunions.
Michael, 17, is back in the squad after bunions on both feet kept him on the sidelines for more than six months.