How to keep foot problems at bay in old age
Bunion Prevention

How to keep foot problems at bay in old age

As we age, our bodies are no longer able to deal with everyday stressors as effectively as they once were.

Bunion Prevention

Don’t be pigeon-holed by your age

Today’s medical cosmetic advances have made some of the ill-effects of aging a thing of the past. Additionally, attitudes about getting older appear to be keeping up with the times.

Bunion Prevention

Healthy aging and bunion development may be a matter of genetics

The podiatry community generally agrees that bunions are more common in older individuals, and that they are often the result of hereditary factors.

Bunion Prevention

Older adults value body function over form

Bunions are both unsightly and can compromise movement in the foot. A new study by researchers at Baylor University suggests that it may be the latter problem that matters most to older adults.