Bunion Surgery Floral Park

If you have bunions, you are already aware of the difficulties they can cause for walking and managing your everyday activities. We are committed to the best solutions for these painful foot conditions and will go the extra mile to promote the best outcomes for each of our patients.

What Are Bunions?

A bunion is simply defined as a bony protrusion or swelling at the base of your big toe or toes. This bump can make it difficult and painful to wear normal shoes and to maintain your mobility. Bunions can make it more difficult to walk or to wear shoes without pain. Mild cases of bunions can sometimes be treated with specialized shoes that relieve pressure on the joint at the base of your toe. Over time, however, surgical intervention is usually required to correct the issue and to allow you to walk without pain.

Symptoms of Bunions

Some of the most commonly reported symptoms of bunions include the following warning signs:

Consulting with a podiatrist at the first sign of bunions can ensure that these issues are addressed early in the process. This can protect your mobility and can help you look and feel your best every day in New York.

Will I Need Surgery for Bunions?

Although most patients with bunions eventually require surgery to resolve the issue, you might not require surgery right away for mild cases of bunions. Our team may recommend orthotic solutions that can accommodate the changing shape of your foot and can reduce the pain you feel when walking. If your case of bunions has progressed and now causes constant pain even when you are not walking, however, the medical professionals at Ideal Foot & Ankle Group will probably recommend a surgical procedure to realign the bones and joints in your foot and to promote the greatest mobility for you. Depending on the severity of your bunions, you may even be a candidate for minimally invasive bunion surgeries that can reduce scarring and can shorten your recovery time after your procedure.

The Basics of Bunion Surgery

Minimally invasive bunion correction procedures use extremely small instruments and computer imaging to minimize the size of the incision. These procedures are usually only suited to mild bunion issues. For more serious bunions, a bunionectomy is usually performed. This requires the removal of some bone and tissue to allow the big toe to straighten. The bones are also permanently fixed in the correct position to prevent further issues with big toe misalignment.

To learn more about the services we offer at Ideal Foot & Ankle Group, you can call us at 718-626-3338 to schedule an appointment with our Astoria or Floral Park offices. We look forward to the chance to help you achieve pain-free mobility now and in the future. 

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