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April 23, 2015

Bad Shoes Not the Main Factor in Bunions

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Think those fancy, too-small shoes with the pointy toes caused that bunion? Genetics probably paid a bigger role, says Scott E. Woodburn, a fellow of the of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, who practices in Maryland. That is just one of the misconceptions people have about bunions, Woodburn said. He sets the record straight on other things people get wrong about the disorder. Click here to continue reading.

Editor’s Note: APMA’s free "Beat Bunion Blues" campaign materials are still available to members on APMA.org. 

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