Treatment and care for bursitis begins at home and leads to an orthopedist or orthopedic clinic. It is generally believed that bursitis should only be referred to doctors if it causes pain or discomfort. Removing the ugly bone is not a bad idea, however. There are many surgical options available for bursitis.
These bursitis are medically called “Hallux Valgus” and are abnormalities or abnormalities in the human skeletal system. Looking further, this bursitis form in the joints. They are a collection of tissue and bone cells that swell and form a bump or lump on the foot. And this swelling is called burlap.
Your joints may be covered with 2 layers of bone or tissue mass if your big toe begins to move towards the toe next to it. This sudden movement of the big toe creates a painful problem. Bursitis is more common in older people than in younger people due to osteoarthritis and calcium deficiency. You will know when bunion treatment is necessary, when a person begins to complain of pain in the foot due to advanced bursitis.
The first and most common type is Hallux Valgus, or acquired bunion. It is diagnosed when the axis of the big toe deviates towards the smaller toe. It develops gradually as the transverse arch descends. The capsule of the first metatarsophalangeal (MP) or big toe joint contracts laterally and expands inward. The tendons, the underside of the capsule, are dislocated laterally and dorsally along with the other small bones of the big toe. Osteophytes or bone spurs develop, which are larger on the medial side of the big toe and smaller on the lateral side. Now the big toe is turned towards the other toes. The angle between the big toe and the second toe increases. The severity of acquired hallux valgus is characterized by the angle between the big toe and the big toe or metatarsopharyngeal joint and the angle between the last and adjacent second toe. A larger angle indicates more seriousness.
Another less common type of bursitis is juvenile bunion or hallux valgus. In this condition, there is a severely deformed first metatarsal joint. Lateral toe deviation usually develops during childhood or early adolescence. Its etiology is poor development of the distal articular surface of the big toe. The joint is intact, the base of the joint protrudes medially and in this case there is no osteophyte or bone spur.
Treatment for deformity of the big toe or big toe is divided into two main groups. One is for cosmetic purposes and the other is for pain relief. Conservative or nonsurgical treatments to relieve pain and prevent further deformity include wearing suitable shoes and using a toe spacer. However, surgical treatment for bursitis to remove bursitis involves rebuilding the first metatarsopharyngeal joint.