Foot Facts and Care Instructions to Put the Pep Back in Your Step

All of our podiatrists have at least eight years’ worth of experience and insight in foot and ankle care—some have over 20. With this knowledge comes great responsibility to teach others how to properly care for their feet. At Atlantic Foot and Ankle, we take this responsibility seriously. Come see and learn how our knowledge can benefit you, your children, and your family by showing you how to properly care and treat your feet all year round.

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  • Bunion Surgery: Correcting Crossover Toes Many experts believe inherited foot structures cause this bump on the side of your foot to form. When your foot rolls inward too much with each step, pressure is placed on the side of your big toe,
  • Bunions There is no way to disguise the large bump sticking out from the inside of your big toe where it joins your foot. It’s called a bunion, and the condition is quite common
  • Bunionette: The Toe That Goes Bump on the Side A bunionette occurs when the MTP joint by your littlest toe becomes misaligned. This is where the fifth metatarsal (MT) bone of your foot is joined to the proximal phalanx (P) bone in your fifth toe.