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Tailor's Bunions | What are the pathomechanics of a tailor's bunion?

What causes a tailor's bunion? This article looks at the causes of tailor's bunions and treatment options including the Tailor's Bunion Toe Spreader Combo.

A simple tailor’s bunion? That’s not always the case.

Tailor’s bunions - the 3-in-one problem

The term tailor's bunion (also called a bunionette) comes from a by-gone day when tailors would sit cross-legged on the floor putting up a hem on a skirt orTailor's bunion coat. Chronic pressure on the outside (lateral side) of the foot resulted in a sore spot overlying th...

Rock’n and Roll’n with Carbon Fiber Spring Plates

What is toe spring and how does it help forefoot and Gil walkingmidfoot pain

Walking is often described as a controlled forward fall.  As your body passes over the foot, resistance is supplied by the calf that limits forward progression of your center of gravity.  In the final stages of gait, as your heel sta...

Should every Lapidus bunionectomy use a Carbon Fiber Spring Plate?

How do Carbon Fiber Spring Plates improve the Lapidus bunionectomypatient experience post Lapidus bunionectomy?

Medical and surgical care is often trending related to new technology and new concepts related to care.  Surgical procedures are a great example of trends in medicine.  A patient’s contact with a new procedu...

Wounds and wound prevention in the feet

Managing foot wounds in the decompensated patient.Diabetic foot care

One of the greatest challenges in foot care is wound prevention and wound management.  Wounds come in all shapes and sizes, but there’s always one common denominator in wound care; a decompensated patient.  What is a decompensated patient?  A decom...