Not many people readily think of their foot health on a regular basis, in fact the Nino think of their foot health until something happens to them or develops. We rely on our feet every single day in order to get from one place to another, whether we are running a marathon or something walking up and down the stairs. It is important that we keep our feet healthy, well supported, and treated in the event that a condition should occur. Because of a lot of the strain and stress that you put on our feet, a number of different form of these may develop overtime, including bunions. If you need help when it comes to treating Southfield bunions then our podiatrist here at Family Footcare, P.C. can certainly help you get the care that you need.
Foot deformities come in a variety of different types. Some foot deformities our genetic and may develop while you are growing as a child, whereas others may develop as a result of the kind of footwear that you use, previous injuries, or other causes. Sometimes, foot deformities are a result of both. Bunions are rather common, and they can be caused by the type of shoes you wear, the amount of stress you put on your feet, genetic factors, or any combination of the above. A bunion forms when the joint of the large toe begins to drift outward, causing the big toe itself two point inward towards the other toes. With the big toe no longer laying parallel to the other toes, you may experience pain and discomfort, in addition to the general widening of your foot due to the drifting of the joint itself. Bunions tend to vary in terms of severity, and mild bunions may not actually cause any adverse signs or symptoms other than the general changing nature of the appearance of your foot. More severe bunion however it may make it incredibly uncomfortable to wear certain shoes, or even shoes at all, and they can put more stress, strain, and friction on your feet and on the affected joint over time. Mild bunions can sometimes be treated with the help of simply changing your shoes, as long as you make sure that they fit properly, applying shoe inserts or even using orthotics. More severe bunion however it may require surgery. No matter what, when it comes to Southfield bunions, we here at Family Footcare, P.C. can help.
In general, the sooner you have bunions treated the better. Even if your bunions are not particularly bothersome are causing any pain, you may prevent the need for surgery in the future. Here at Family Footcare, P.C. our podiatrists can help when it comes to diagnosing Southfield bunions as well as administrating the proper treatment as well.