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www.houstonmethodist.org/orthopedics/where-does-it-hurt/foot/bunionette-tailors-bunion

Today a bunionette is most likely caused by an abnormal bump over the end of the fifth metatarsal (the metatarsal head) rubbing on shoes that are too narrow. Some people's feet widen as they grow older, until the foot splays. This can cause a bunion on one side of the foot and a bunionette on the other if they continue to ...

www.healthxchange.sg/bones-joints/knee-ankle-feet/foot-bunion-who-gets-it-why

Bunion sufferers can be divided into two broad categories. One is people with bunions caused by another medical condition such as gout, rheumatoid arthritis, or neuromuscular disease. The other is people with bunions caused by poor foot function, such as collapsed arches or flat feet. This latter group of people is often  ...

www.medbroadcast.com/condition/getcondition/bunions

A bunion is a bony enlargement of the joint and surrounding soft tissues at the base of the big toe. The enlargement makes the big toe joint stick out further on the side, and forces the big toe to curve in closer to the other toes. For some people, bunions cause little or no pain. In general, women are 2 to 3 times as likely as ...

www.countrysideortho.com/how-to-spot-and-treat-bunions

Genetics are the leading cause of bunions, especially with women. For most people, it is normal for their big toe to point slightly toward their second toe. But individuals with a genetic disposition for bunions will notice that their big toe often points more inward. If people in your family have bunions, this certainly does not  ...

www.scpod.org/foot-health/common-foot-problems/bunions

Bunions can also be caused from the big toe pushing over on to the second toe which can lead to problems. Commonly, it can end up lying on top of the second toe causing crossover of the toes making it difficult to walk due to pressure on the toes from footwear. Once the big toe leans toward the second toe, the tendons no  ...

www.everydayhealth.com/foot-health/8-foot-exercises-for-bunions.aspx

Jul 6, 2010 ... Bunions occur when the tissue at the base of your big toe becomes swollen, forming a large bump on the side of your foot. Bunions can cause intense foot pain and may eventually lead to arthritis. Fortunately, the majority of bunions can be managed without surgery. Special foot exercises "will not get rid of ...

www.dw.com/en/bunions-what-causes-them/av-40636840

Sep 21, 2017 ... Bunions are a common and painful misalignment of the big toe. The condition mostly affects women. How can you prevent them? One way is through physiotherapy.

www.humanillnesses.com/original/At-Ca/Bunions.html

Bunions (BUN-yunz) are foot deformities caused by displacement of certain bones. A bunion is visible as a bump on the side of the foot at the joint at the base of the big toe.

www.footdoc.ca/www.FootDoc.ca/Website%20Bunionette.htm

What is a bunionette? A bunionette, also known as a Tailor's Bunion, is a bump that develops on the outside of the foot, near the base of the fifth toe. The bump is caused by an enlarged portion or misalignment of the bone (the fifth metatarsal head), and it is often associated with a misaligned 5th toe (the little toe).