Advanced Foot & Ankle Institute of Georgia

3535 Roswell Rd,Suite 54, Marietta, GA 30062

Advanced Foot & Ankle Institute Of Georgia


Bunions Marietta, GA

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About Bunions Treatment

Suffering from Bunions?

For some people, bunions can be painful when performing physical activity or walking. For others, bunions are just distasteful deformities that make it difficult to fit in shoes. Bunions can advance into painful arthritic foot conditions, so it’s important to seek professional treatment early. Our professional staff here at the Advanced Foot and Ankle Institute of Georgia is trained to effectively treat this disorder and allow patients to return pain free to walking and other physical activities.

What is Bunions?


Do I Need Treatment?

While many people assume that a bunion will eventually go away without treatment, this is certainly not the case. Bunions are structural deformities, and, as previously mentioned, can actually get worse over time – leading to other conditions like hammertoes, adjacent joint instabilities, and arthritis. It is important to get evaluated by your podiatrist for treatment. Our goal is to provide you with treatment options that will help to alleviate the discomfort or pain experienced from bunions. Bunions can be treated both conservatively and surgically. While conservative treatments don’t always correct the deformities, they can often reduce the level of discomfort. There are cases where bunion surgery is eventually needed. The following can be used to treat bunions effectively:
Bunion - A Bony Bump on the Outside of the Big Toe

The following can be used to treat bunions effectively:

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Learn more about Bunion Surgery

In severe cases, conservative methods will not work, and bunion surgery is needed to correct the deformity. There are several procedures to correct bunions, and the severity of deformity will ultimately determine which procedure is appropriate for each case.

Please call our office at (678) 679 3300 or book an appointment online today for consultation on your bunions.