More commonly known as a bunionette, a tailor’s bunion is a bony bump that forms at the joint of the little toe. The skin over the bunionette may appear reddish. Its name comes from tailors who often sat cross-legged while working. This position puts pressure on the little toe, thus causing the development of bunionettes….
Bunions are the result of pressure forcing the bones in the joint of your big toe to become misaligned, resulting in a large, often painful and sometimes fluid-filled bump. In addition to the bunion itself, the skin covering the bunion can become inflamed and sore and can, over time, start to thicken, resulting in painful…
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