A team of scientists at the Hospital for Special Surgery recently developed a technique to help athletes who experience cartilage damage.
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Many experts agree that people with bunions should only get surgical correction of the bony deformity if it becomes advanced or severely hinders their ability to walk or run, as the operation comes with risks of recurrence, infection or over-correction.
Bunion surgery is known to be painful and potentially lead to recurrence, infection or over-correction (which is not pretty).
Bunions are known to have a negative impact on a person’s self-esteem, leading many to go to the lengths of bunion surgery.
People with bunions sometimes have off-kilter landing mechanics because their bony deformity causes a stiffness and painful sensation in the joint of the big toe, leading them to take steps differently than they normally would.
Many women are willing to go under the knife to alter their cosmetic appearance, whether it be for a slimmer nose or to eliminate a protruding bunion.
Individuals with hammer toe know how difficult walking can be. Moreover, those who have had the surgery – which consists of having metal rods implanted in the toes – know about the pain and healing time involved.
An article in the Daily Mail reports that snail slime is emerging as a trend in cosmetics due to its apparent healing and anti-inflammatory properties.
People who experience bunions have to endue many side effects of the deformity, including foot pain, hindered mobility and the inability to wear certain shoes.
Hong Kong Baptist University and the Center for Dr. Wu’s Bunion Surgery conducted a survey of more than 1,000 Chinese women and found that those who had bunions were likely to have mothers or grandmothers who also experienced the bony deformity.