Bunions Treatment in Birmingham 

Do you suffer from painful bunions? 

A bunion is a bony lump that appears at the base of the big toe, specifically at the joint. It can make wearing footwear uncomfortable. If left untreated, more bone will continue to grow, making the bunion even larger and more painful. 
 
Our experienced team can treat your bunions to relieve any pain and maintain foot function. Please book here or call us for a consultation. 

Professional treatment of bunions 

As a professional Chiropodists we can help you treat and manage your bunions so you don’t have to hide your feet away again. 
Bunions are identified as a bony lump located most commonly at the base of the big toe joint, but also at the little toe joint. Redness, pain and inflammation can also be seen around the joint. 
Bunions are caused by a foot deformity, specifically the big toe abducting inwards leaving bone to protrude outwards and more bone to develop on top of this. Other factors can contribute: 
 
Genetics – joint mis-development or flat feet 
Arthritis 
Poorly fitted footwear 
Most commonly, treatment aims to relieve pain, for example using orthotics (insoles), padding, splints or joint mobilisation. If the bunion is very large or painful, surgery may be opted for. 

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Bunion Treatments 

Bunions are painful and unsightly, and it is often hard to find accommodating footwear. Our team has over 20 years of Chiropody experience. Expert diagnosis 

Effective treatment to alleviate pain 
Modern facilities 
Get long term advice and care for your feet 

Chiropodists in Birmingham 

Whether you call it Chiropody or Podiatry, at the Central Podiatry Clinic in Birmingham we provide a 5-star service for all clients. Our professional approach is second to none and we always aim to fix your foot problems with a strong focus on aftercare. 
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