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Are You Affected By Tailor’s Bunions?

A tailor's bunion, also known as a bunionette, is not as common as the average bunion. This particular affliction affects your little toe (the fifth metatarsal bone on your foot), and can be exceptionally challenging to deal with on a regular basis. These painful bunionettes got their intriguing name many years ago, due to the prevalence of tailors that developed these aching bumps just behind their little toes. Tailors were more prone to this condition, since many of them sat all day while the outside edge of their feet would rub on to the ground, causing these bunionettes to form.

Are you affected by a tailor's bunion? In this article, we're going to look at some of the causes and symptoms of tailor's bunions.

Are You Affected By Tailor’s Bunions?

Listed below are some of the causes and symptoms of tailor's bunions:

·      If you notice any swelling or redness, and feel some pain around the affected area just behind your little toe, you may have a tailor's bunion/bunionette. We recommend that you consult a reputable podiatrist, such as Sheldon H. Nadal, to get the proper treatment and care that you need.

·      Wearing certain pairs of shoes can further irritate your condition, since they may rub against the affected area, which can cause inflammation. Footwear that is too narrow for your toes can cause a tailor's bunion.

·      Mechanical issues in your foot can also lead to the development of a tailor's bunion. Speak with a podiatrist, who can offer you some helpful treatment options to help you relieve some of the pain that you're dealing with.

If you have any questions about bunions, feel free to contact the office of Sheldon H. Nadal D.P.M. With his proven expertise, he can provide you with the individualized care you truly deserve.It's easy to see why this Toronto-based podiatry office is so highly praised by its patients! Get the proper foot care that you need- you can learn more about his foot clinic by visiting footcare.net

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