To ask your question, reply to this blog.
There is a lot of information on the web about bunion treatment. We find much of it is misleading and some of it is patently false. We have a tremendous amount of information on our website about bunions That information can be found here:
If your questions are not answered on those pages, you may ask us questions about bunions by replying to the blog. We are not able to provide specific medical advice but will do our best to answer your general questions about bunions. If you have any foot problems we recommend you see a podiatrist. Please read our disclaimer here.
This blog entry is designed to give you a chance to ask any questions you might have about bunions. Simply reply to this blog to ask your question. First, however, use the links above to check for the information on our website. You will likely find the answer to your question there.
If not, reply to this blog to ask your question. We will answer questions via the blog a couple times per week.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Larry Huppin, DPM Doug Hale, DPM
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