HOW TO STOP PAIN AFTER BUNION SURGERY
HAD BUNION SURGERY BUT STILL HAVE PAIN?
Although bunion surgery is sometimes a complete success, unfortunately we still see a number of clients where their bunion surgery has not been successful. These clients still experience bunion pain, and often they attempt to compensate for this which causes other areas to become painful.
When the joints in the feet are misaligned this leads to bunion development, which can lead to surgery for fusing the big toe or removing the bunion.
However, if the underlying cause is not addressed, then the bony lump can grow back after it has been removed.
Or worse still, other areas in the body can start to hurt. If the big toe is fused it can’t function the way it is meant to. We often alter the way we walk to compensate or minimise the pain, but this misalignment can then result in ankle pain, knee pain or hip pain.
If you still have bunion pain after bunion surgery, we suggest you make an appointment today with one of our experienced practitioners. They are specifically trained to treat the underlying cause of the bunion pain to prevent you needing more bunion surgery.