An arthritic bunion is a type of bunion in which the big toe and the foremost metatarsal are straight but an arthritic bone is present. This arthritic bone spurs around the joint and limits motion, causing a lot of pain during motion and an inability to bend the toe properly.

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What is a Heel Spur?

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