Sesamoiditis | Pain under the big toe joint | Brisbane Podiatrists

Sesamoiditis is painful inflammation affecting the sesamoid bones, which are located in the forefoot. It is a common condition that typically affects physically active young people. Sesamoiditis causes pain in the ball of the foot, especially on the inner (medial) side. The pain may be constant, or it may occur with or be aggravated by, […]

Bunions (Hallux Valgus) | How our Brisbane podiatrists treat this condition

A “bunion” is the lay term that describes an enlargement and deformity of the big toe joint. The deformity arises because of a progressive dislocation of the big toe joint, which causes the toe to move towards the second toe. At the same time the 1st metatarsal (long bone) moves in the opposite direction which […]

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