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Several Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery

08th March 2011
Bunion problems are among the common problems people experience these days especially women. While others would choose the traditional surgical operations to take care of this issue, some would choose minimally invasive bunion surgery to get relief from b... Read >
Author: Michael Harrah

Don't wearing high heel all day long

11th June 2010
Maybe you think all day wearing a pair of high heels make you look more beautiful and sexy, but don't you feel tired?Yes, a pair of high heel just like Christian louboutin shoes not only increase your height, but also make you look more sexy, but have you... Read >
Author: bluesky

A tailor's bunion can be a painful and debilitating foot condition

07th April 2010
A tailor's bunion is a foot condition which presents as a bony growth on the little toe, at the joint with the foot. It is usually caused by wearing inappropriate footwear, which places stress on the metatarsophalangeal joint, which becomes displaced over... Read >
Author: David Armstrong

Best Bunion Splints and Protectors

17th February 2010
What is a bunion? It is when the joint at the base of the big toe becomes enlarged. This joint is known as the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint. when the tissue or bone at the joint of the big toe becomes misaligned, a bunion develops. If you have any o... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Flat Feet Can Cause Bunions; 3 Ways to Treat Your Feet

29th August 2009
Our feet get the most use out of any other part of our body. We use them to get around, and they take the impact of every movement made. Day-in and day-out, they offer us reliable and painless performance. That is, unless a foot condition develops. This c... Read >
Author: Salomon

Exercises to Help Improve Weakened Arches

16th July 2009
Collapsed arches can be present at birth or develop at a young age. They are especially common among athletes who have put a lot of stress on their foot and calf muscles, and they also tend to develop among the elderly or women who have spent too much tim... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Bunions- A Pain In The Foot

05th July 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Dr. Jennifer Feeny Bunions can be incredibly painful and they require some special care. Bunions are often hereditary but are also often caused by ill- fitting shoes. Once you suspect or know you have a bunion though it is time to ge... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer Feeny

Is Bunion Surgery Right for You?

12th June 2009
Bunion surgery is an outpatient surgery that only takes 1 hour to complete under local anesthesia but can take weeks to mend. Most podiatrists estimate that people who undergo bunion surgery will need to stay off their feet for the next 3 to 6 weeks. This... Read >
Author: Kent

Is Bunion Surgery Right for You?

13th May 2009
Why do Bunions Form? Bunions are generally formed because your foot has unique positioning that puts too much pressure on the joint on your big toe. If this goes on for long enough, the pressure will cause the toe to turn toward the rest of your toes. ... Read >
Author: vishuxpert

Shoes for Polio Survivors

18th February 2009
Polio, once a common and greatly feared viral infection, is now considered to be rare in developed countries, but there are still people who have had their lives touched by this devastating disease. Their bodies have been forever altered - literally - fro... Read >
Author: Kent

Dealing with Bunions En Pointe

07th February 2008
Many girls who start on pointe are scared that they will get bunions from doing pointe work. If a bunion is present it can cause real problems with fitting pointe shoes and dancing en pointe. Dance Physiotherapist Lisa Howell discusses the reality of danc... Read >
Author: Lisa Howell

Bunion Surgery: it Worked for Me

03rd July 2007
EVE, MARCH 2001 'It's not something I ever felt I could talk about, but since mentioning I've had it done, I've found out how common it is; says Jane O'Sullivan, 44, a special needs teacher's assistant from north London. 'It's the word itself I don't... Read >
Author: Simon Moyes

10 Ways To Annoy Telemarketers

21st October 2005
10 Ways To Annoy TelemarketersMichael KnowlesDon't you just hate it when you sit down to eat and the phone rings? Or maybe you are in the middle of your favourite show and the phone rings and for some reason you don't have a Tivo and you can't pause your ... Read >
Author: Michael Knowles
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