13 Comments17 August 2015 | Alex
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10 July 2015 | John
Hallux Valgus is most commonly known as a bunion. Hallux Valgus is when the big toe prominently angles towards the smaller toes, because the big toe joint is deformed. Because of this, a bony bump starts to show on the bottom side of the big toe. This isnít a new bone growth; because of the toe angling, the end of the knuckle bone of the big toe becomes exposed.