Keep Your Feet Feeling Young

Tanglewood Foot Specialists maintains a blog about foot care and foot injuries. Our Tanglewood podiatry office provides Houston residents medical services in sports podiatry, diabetic foot care, and the treatment of foot pain and foot injuries.  If you have a foot injury, need diabetic foot care, or have questions about feet, contact our Houston podiatry office at (713) 785-7881.

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  • Very Pregnant Amal Clooney Still Has Bunions Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • The Strange New Bunion Hack You May Want to Skip Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • Real Housewife Too Scared for Bunion Surgery Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • Dr. Oz Weighs in on Bunion Treatments Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • Even Victoria Beckham Worries about Bunions Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • Should Rio Ferdinand Get His Bunion Diagnosed By Twitter? Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson Suffers From Bunions Bunions will not go away on their own. Call Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider at 713-785-7881 for an immediate evaluation and learn your treatment options
  • How Is the Metrodome Like a Bunion Pad? Call Tanglewood Foot Specialists today at (713) 785-7881 to schedule an appointment. When you call, request our free book, One Step Ahead: A Foot Owner’s Manual. Using a bunion pad to control the pain associated with a hallux valgus deformity is the easy way out. It is simply addressing the pressure on the bump on the side of the foot against the shoe. Nothing more. It doesn't address the function of the foot that caused the bunion to form in the first place and will cause it to continue to grow. It does not address the rotation of the metatarsal bone that is causing the bump to form. It's merely helping to cushion the bone today, to allow you to wear shoes today, hoping that it will feel better tomorrow, but it won't.
  • Set Phasers To Stun...Sulu's Got a Bunion! Call Tanglewood Foot Specialists today at (713) 785-7881 to schedule an appointment. When you call, request our free book, One Step Ahead: A Foot Owner’s Manual. A bunion deformity will come back after bunion surgery unless a custom orthotic is used to balance the faulty mechanics. George Takei had taken off his shoe to reveal a great big bunion, known as hallux valgus. He previously had surgery on the condition, but the bunion had returned with a vengeance. He is contemplating another surgery to correct the bunion again, but doesn't want to have to deal with the downtime. But why did George's bunion return in the first place? Did the initial surgery fail?
  • Is Spring the Right Time to have Bunion Surgery? Call Tanglewood Foot Specialists today at (713) 785-7881 to schedule an appointment. When you call, request our free book, One Step Ahead: A Foot Owner’s Manual. Surgery for bunions on feet is always a last resort. Visit our Houston office soon to find out your options.