After visiting a podiatrist, I was told that i have tailor's bunions on both of my feet. This is similar to the more common bunions that affect the big toe, except tailor's bunions affect the bony part of the small toe. I'm wondering if anyone has had surgical treatment for this condition, as I am thinking about seeing an orthopaedic specialist to (hopefully) get them surgically removed. Just want to know how effective surgical treatment is, if anyone has had it done. Im hoping that it will end years of pain! :)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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