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Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery: Podiatrist Dr. Ali Khosroabadi performs a groundbreaking bunion removal surgery with rapid recovery time and minimal scarring.

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Bunion Surgery Recovery - Directions Not Included. Considering a bunionectomy? Anna from Directions Not Included will send you her recovery notes from a modified austin bunionectomy and Tailor's bunionectomy in 2014. It is not as bad as you think!!

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How to Get Rid of Bunions

How to get rid of bunions: 1. Walking barefoot, especially over uneven terrain, strengthens your toes and allows your joints to work naturally. WALKING ON SAND is especially good exercise for your feet. http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Bunions

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How to Prevent and Treat Bunions

wow!! simple, easy-to-do exercises to remedy or prevent bunions or hammertoes!!! it can even - possibly - help you avoid surgery!

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Blast away belly fat with this 10-Minute Workout. If you do this like 3 times a week you'll see a difference.

Having foot surgery? I wish I would have had this with my LAST foot surgery. This time my husband won't be here to lower me into the bathtub, so this will allow me to sit on a stool in the shower. Voila!

Walking after Bunion Surgery - What to Do and What Not to Do? - http://www.healtharticles101.com/walking-after-bunion-surgery-what-to-do-and-what-not-to-do/#more-3159