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Many people who live with bunions experience only minor foot pain. But in other cases, hallux valgus leads to a foot deformity and severe pain, making it extremely difficult to walk. Before taking the surgical route, our podiatrist in New York, Our Podiatrists considers various conservative treatments. In case bunions cause severe pain and conservative treatments were to no avail, surgery might be the only effective treatment. Visit our bunion treatment center and meet Our Podiatrists, the top bunionectomy doctors, and bunion surgeons. Our podiatrists have the experience, skill, knowledge, and compassion to accurately diagnose and effectively treat your foot disorder. Get the bunion treatment you need in the safe, reassuring hands of the best bunion surgery specialists. Read more: https://www.footdoctorpodiatristnyc.com/procedures/best-bunion-surgery-nyc-doctor-specialist/
What Is Hammer Toe Surgery? A hammer toe is a foot deformity where the toe becomes bent at the joint. It often causes pain and is associated with corns forming over the toe. Not only are hammer toes painful, but they also cause a lot of people embarrassment. Conservative treatments include stretching, orthotics, padding, and strapping of the toes. If you have tried these conservative treatments without relief of symptoms, surgically straightening the toes may be a good option for you. Our doctors at Manhattan Foot Specialists perform Minimally-invasive (hidden-incision) hammer toe surgery. All symptoms should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by your podiatrist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan to exclude any underlying serious condition. Read more: https://www.footdoctorpodiatristnyc.com/procedures/hammer-toe-surgery/
A corn is an unsightly localized lesion of hard thickened skin that is typically found over a pressure point. A corn is caused by the rubbing of a bone against your soft tissue causing skin to thicken and harden forming what is referred to as a corn. Conservative treatment of corns consists of shaving thickened skin, shoe modification and treatment with custom orthotics. Surgical options for corn treatment typically involve modifying the bone causing the pressure point under the corn. All symptoms and potential procedural/surgical options should always be discussed with your podiatrist after a thorough consultation and examination for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. There are two different types of corns: soft and hard. Depending on the type of corn, its location as well what is causing it to form, your foot doctor in NYC will suggest a procedure to correct it. Read more: https://www.footdoctorpodiatristnyc.com/procedures/corn-removal-surgery/