• Bunions and William Levine, Podiatrist

  • Posted on April 21, 2017
  • It is absolutely the case that bunions are a particularly common foot problem for many people. That term refers to a bony bump that usually forms on the side of the big toe. Bunions are most commonly caused by a misalignment of the big toe joint. Dr. William Levine, podiatrist, has been in private practice since 1993, and he has developed a specialty in the area of bunion surgery, which is the only sure way to treat a serious bunion problem.

    While some non-surgical treatments for bunions are available, like special shoes that leave extra space around the toes and tape and padding that attempt to move the joint back into the proper position, Dr. William Levine has found that non-surgical treatments only work in minor bunion cases. Once the condition has progressed, surgery is quite often the only treatment necessary. That is why Dr. Levine, podiatrist, has been working to improve the surgical treatment for years. He is now able to treat bunions with a tiny incision, with far less bleeding and scarring than other procedures, thus needing far less pain medication.

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