Bunion Treatment

Bunions are a common problem treated by the foot doctors at Podiatry Associates, P.C. of Colorado, often with conservative methods or surgery when necessary. Let Dr. O explain how we can help restore normal function and reduce pain in your feet by treating your bunions safely and effectively.
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  • Bunions: More Common Than You Think Bunions are one of the three most common foot ailments, along with plantar fasciitis and Morton’s neuroma. Bunions affect 10 – 25% of the population; approximately 23% of people 18 – 65 have bunions. They are more prevalent in seniors and women; children also can develop bunions.
  • What’s to Blame for Your Bunion Pain? Podiatry Associates, P.C. explains the reasons behind the formation of bunions and what you can do to ease bunion pain.
  • Your Bunion Treatment Checklist Podiatry Associates, P.C. discusses bunions, treatment options, and how to know when it’s time to consider bunion surgery for relief.
  • When It’s Time to Think About Bunion Surgery Bunion surgery is a big step, but there is a right time for it. Dr. O explains when you should consider surgery for your bunion.
  • Returning to Work After Bunion Surgery The problem of time off from work can scare people away from a surgery they need. Dr. O in Cherry Creek discusses returning to work after bunion surgery.
  • Bouncing Back from Bunion Pain: Try These Stretches When that crooked joint by your big toe starts feeling stiff and painful, limber it up with these stretches from Podiatry Associates, P.C. near Denver, CO.
  • A Tough Call: Bunion Surgery for Teens Most teens don’t need bunion surgery, but it may help some. Dr. O of Podiatry Associates, P.C. in Castle Pines discusses who would benefit from a procedure.
  • Bunion Surgery: Pain or Gain? There are several types of bunion surgery, and the foot doctors at Podiatry Associates, P.C. in Denver, Colorado know what bunion surgery is best of you.
  • How Custom Orthotics Help Bunion Pain Custom orthotics for your feet can help with bunion pain by holding your foot in position, say the foot doctors at Podiatry Associates, P.C. in Denver, CO.
  • Bunions: Bad News and Good News A bunion is an abnormal, bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of your big toe. A bunion will not go away on its own once it has started to develop.