How You Got Those Ugly Bumps & What We Can Do To Rid Of Your Bunion
Bunions form as bumps on the side of the big toe. They can cause joint pain and decreased mobility. Above all, they HURT. But how did they get there in the first place?
Mechanical instabilities and genetics can both claim responsibility, along with ill-fitting footwear. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
Will I Need To Have Bunion Surgery?
The answer is, “It depends.” We see patients on a daily basis who hobble in after suffering through years of pain to have their bunions removed. You may have heard others’ experiences:
Only trust an expert podiatric surgeon to treat or remove bunions. You should know that Dr. Ross at The Podiatry Center of Bethesda, MD and Springfield, VA has skillfully operated on bunions and misaligned toes for years. Thousands of patients have thanked him for bringing them relief from bunions. You may find other treatment options for bunions besides bunion surgery that work for you, if you don’t mind living with pain from time to time.
What Other Options Do I Have To Treat My Bunion?
Frequently, Dr. Ross will prescribe the following treatments for bunions:
Tell us whether you’d like to try bunion surgery or would prefer to start with a gentler treatment option for your bunion. Either way, you can trust Podiatrist, Dr. Ross to create a unique and customized treatment plan to deal with your foot pain and suffering. If you decide to see someone else, please choose wisely.
We are committed to earning the trust of our patients, profession and community. If you would like to know more, Podiatrist Dr. Paul Ross can start helping you in a few ways: