Can Bunions Go Away?
By Dr. Kyle Sundblad
January 18, 2022
Category: Foot Conditions
Tags: Bunions  

If you have a bunion, you know that it is a bone deformity that occurs at the base of the big toe on the side of your foot. Bunions can occur for a number of reasons. It could be genetic, from wearing ill-fitted shoes, or from arch issues. Dr. Kyle Sundblad and Dr. Sadegh Arab at Advanced Foot, Ankle & Wound Care in Sterling Heights, MI, can explain how bunions are dealt with and if bunions can disappear on their own.

How to Deal with Bunions

Since bunions can appear randomly, you may be wondering if they can also go away on their own. The short answer is no. Bunions are a bone deformity and the only way to truly get rid of a bunion is with surgery. Surgery is usually only done in severe cases when bunions are causing you consistent pain and they affect your daily life.

Although they can’t go away on their own, bunions can be treated with help from your podiatrist in Sterling Heights, MI. There are at-home treatments that you can do that can help you deal with any pain or irritation caused by your bunions. You can place pads on the sides of your feet to stop rubbing and irritation from occurring.

You can also ice your feet if you’re dealing with any pain. Your foot doctor can also recommend exercises that help stretch the foot and relieve any pain you may be dealing with. If your end goal is getting rid of your bunions, there’s only one way and that’s through bunion surgery.

Contact Your Podiatrist Today!

If your bunions are bothering you, it may be time to talk about removing them. Contact Dr. Kyle Sundblad and Dr. Sadegh Arab at Advanced Foot, Ankle & Wound Care in Sterling Heights, MI, to learn more about bunions and how they can be treated. Call for more information and to schedule an appointment today at (586) 731-7873.

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