Posted: 12th June 2018
Posted in: News
Bunions (Hallux Abducto Valgus)
Hallux abducto valgus deformity is commonly referred as bunion. It is a condition where your big toe deviates laterally (sideward) and an exostosis (bony outgrowth) forms in your big toe joint. It often starts with the big toe leaning on the second toe and as time progresses the lateral deviation worsens and the exostosis becomes more prominent.
There are a few methods used by podiatrists to grade HAV deformity.
Signs and symptoms
How can we help?
Do you have a painful bunion that is bothering you? Podiatrists from Generation Podiatry can properly diagnose and provide conservative treatments for HAV deformities. There is no need to worry about travelling to the clinics with your leg or foot pain as our Podiatrist is mobile. Please call 1300 122 884 further information.