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 most often appear on the outside of the foot at the base of the big toe. Bunions appear as protrusions at this site and can cause the big toe to point towards the rest of the toes instead of being straight. While some people have bunions with no symptoms at all, some people develop…
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