Two of the most common worries I hear around bunion surgery are having to have a general anaesthetic and pain after surgery. In this month’s blog post, we aim to put our patient’s mind at ease on both these concerns.
A bump around the big toe area is often assumed to be a bunion but it can be a growth of bone spurs related to an arthritic process known as ‘hallux rigidus’. In this month’s blog, we look at this condition and treatment options.
One of the most common questions I am asked is whether I can have bunions on both feet operated on at the same time. Find out the answer in this month’s blog post!