Shop Our Products

Posted by & filed under Bunions, General

Bethesda M D Podiatrist Shares What Could Happen If You Ignore Your BunionHave you noticed that bunion on your foot getting larger and more painful with each passing day? Bethesda, MD podiatrist, suggests that it’s time to have that foot growth looked over by a professional and that it shouldn’t be ignored any longer. If left untreated, further symptoms may include serious foot pain and may be more difficult to correct if not caught earlier.

Ignoring your bunion can lead too;

    • Severe, worsening discomfort - including swelling, redness from a rubbing with other toes or from shoe ware that’s too tight; Pain directly in the toe joints may be a possible sign of a bigger problem. Pain may move from the toes to the whole foot to the knee to the hip and into the back if ignored.
    • Difficultly standing or walking - Bunions left untreated may literally knock you right off your feet, may alter one’s gain or balance, or increase risk of falls in elderly; Poor social and or physical functioning can lead to poorer metal health and less satisfaction in life.
    • Hammertoes or Metatarsalgia - middle toes may become deformed, crossed over, or a pain in the ball of the foot leading to altered foot biomechanics.
    • Bursitis or Osteoarthritis - an inflammation/irritation of a fluid filled sac between joints and ligaments and tissue - a wearing down of cartilage in the joints causing bones to rub.

Your podiatrist is Bethesda, MD believes your bunions shouldn’t be ignored. As the toe deformity get progressively worse and larger, it may be more and more difficult to correct the issue later on, even with corrective surgery. If you’re living with bunion, maybe now’s the time to make an appointment at our Bethesda podiatry office to have it looked over by your podiatrist in Bethesda.

This information is not meant as medical advice. It is provided solely for education. Our Bethesda, MD podiatry office would be pleased to discuss your unique circumstances and needs as they relate to these topics.


About The Podiatry Center

Bethesda, MD's Favorite Podiatrist Specializing In Bunion Pain

The Podiatry Center and Dr. Paul Ross treat all medical and surgical foot pain, ankle pain, heel pain and bunion pain conditions. Dr. Paul Ross, a licensed podiatrist in Bethesda, MD can help bring you relief from foot pain.

Dr. Ross and our Bethesda, MD podiatry office offers the most effective and state-of-the-art, highest quality podiatry care with a smile, to patients in our local community, including: Springfield, VA, Arlington, VA,Fairfax, VA, Burke, VA, Gaithersburg, MD, Potomac, MD, Annandale, VA, Chevy Chase, MD, Bethesda, MD, Woodbridge, VA, Rockville, MD, Silver Spring, MD and Alexandria, VA.


Comments are closed .

You get results and everybody there is kind, caring and professional.—Gretchen P.
Read Reviews
The reviews listed are from actual patients of The Podiatry Center. Individual results may vary. Reviews are not claimed to represent results for everyone.
Don’t Miss Dr. Paul Ross' Best-Selling Book
Foot and ankle conditions can impact your life in many ways. Dr. Ross has written this book to help you make sense of your Plantar Fasciitis condition and provide some hope that it is treatable.
What To Expect At Your First Visit Have Your Questions Answered & Discuss Your Goals
  • Discuss Your Goals
  • Complete Exam & Diagnosis
  • Discover Your Options
Over 250,000 Patients Helped Since 1980 Are You Experiencing Foot Or Ankle Pain? We Can Help!
We Service The Following DC Metro Areas & Beyond
  • Annandale, VA
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Woodbridge, VA
  • Fairfax, VA
  • Burke, VA
  • Potomac, MD
  • Chevy Chase, MD
  • Silver Spring, MD
  • Rockville, MD
  • Gaithersburg, MD
  • Washington, DC
The Bethesda Medical Building (301) 656-6055 8218 Wisconsin Ave Suite P-14, Bethesda, MD 20814 Get Directions Monday-Thursday 7:30am-4pm Friday 7:30am-1pm
Premier Plaza I (703) 451-2977 6120 Brandon Ave Suite 109, Springfield, VA 22150 Get Directions Monday-Thursday 8am-4pm Friday 8am-1pm (Hours may vary)
Connect with Us