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Conveniently located inside of our Las Vegas and Henderson locations, the Bunion Treatment Center of Nevada provides expert care for bunions.

Symptoms Related To Bunions

  • A bulging big toe bump
  • Big toe joint swelling
  • Big toe redness or soreness
  • Ongoing Big Toe pain
  • Limited Movement of Big Toe
  • Decreased movement of Big Toe
  • Difficulty finding shoes that fit
    over Big Toe joint

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    You Don’t Have To Live With The Pain of Bunions

    Welcome To The Bunion Treatment Center of Nevada

    The Bunion Treatment Center of Nevada is a specialized extension of Foot & Ankle Specialists of Nevada. We designed the Bunion Treatment Center of Nevada around our physician’s expertly focused approach to the diagnosis and treatment of bunions. Prevention is ideal when it comes to managing and caring for bunions. If you have a mild bunion, it’s best to seek podiatric treatment as soon as possible, as bunions only worsen and can affect your quality of life if left untreated. Regular checkups with our office can help not only prevent the onset of bunions but ensure appropriate care of your feet, especially if you have a family history or risk factors for bunions.

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    Dr. Anthony Ricciardi Jr.

    Introducing The Bunion Experts

    Dr. Anthony Ricciardi Jr., is a well-known podiatric surgeon and bunion expert in Nevada, who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of bunions, a common foot condition that can cause pain and discomfort. He is committed to providing personalized care and uses the latest techniques and technologies to ensure the best possible outcomes for his patients. With his expertise and dedication, Dr. Ricciardi is a trusted provider for those seeking treatment for their bunions in Nevada.

    Do I Need Bunion Surgery?

    Not everyone with a bunion necessarily requires a surgical procedure. The main goal of bunion treatment is to eliminate pain and allow you to function normally. In some cases, this can be accomplished with conservative treatments designed to reduce pressure on the bunion and improve alignment. Topical and oral medications, changes in your footwear, and orthotics are all potentially effective options.

    That said, conservative treatments will not correct your bunion. If you find that you are still experiencing pain, discomfort, or mobility limitations, it is probably best to get your bunion fixed via surgery.

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