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National League for Democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi might be unable to hold rallies for constitutional amendments due to the toll her bunion surgery has taken on her. A colleague from the NLD’s information department stated that it will depend on how she is feeling after further check-ups. Although procedure went as planned and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is recovering well, but Kyi currently cannot stand on her own for very long. Unfortunately, a rally in Maubin has already been cancelled, and her family doctor advised her to call off all public appearances for the next month.
Although there are different treatment options for bunions, they may remain as a painful and stubborn condition. If you are suffering from foot pain caused by bunions, it is important to seek the care of a podiatrist Dr. Henry Slomowitz of Paramus and Paterson. Dr. Slomowitz can work with you to determine the appropriate treatment options for your bunions.
A bunion is an enlargement of the base joint of the toe, connecting to the foot. The enlargement is formed of swollen tissue or boney growth. This is caused by a shifting of the bones in the big toe inward, impacting the other toes of the foot. This area around the base of the big toes may become inflamed, red, and/or painful.
Genetics – people who are susceptible to bunions are usually genetically predisposed.
Stress on the feet – wearing improperly fitting shoes, or running and walking can cause stress on the feet. High heeled shoes and putting weight from the body pushes the toes into a position, causing a bone displacement.
A podiatrist who specializes in foot structure and bio-mechanics will be able to diagnose bunions.
Blood Tests - testing the blood for gout or arthritic conditions can be identified while doing a blood test.
Radiological Exam – a podiatrist will request an exam to identify the bunion by taking a look at the bone structure. If the x-ray shows an enlargement of the joint near the base of the toe shifting toward the smaller toes, this usually indicates a bunion.
Wearing a wider shoe can remove the pressure on the bunion and reduce pain. High heeled shoes should not be worn, as this forces the big toe inward toward smaller toes. Avoiding these types of shoes will eliminate the pain associated with bunions, but if it continues, medication may be prescribed.
Orthotics or special foot soles may help the area by providing relief. But if these types of treatments do not work, surgery is required.
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