Symptoms of bunions include red, calloused skin along the inside edge of your big toe, a bony bump, pain over the joint aggravated by pressure from shoes, and a big toe turned toward the other toes.
Bunions are more common in women and can sometimes run in families. Wearing narrow-toed, high-heeled shoes may lead to the development of a bunion.
Bunions could also happen when your foot loses its natural arch, causing the foot to pronate. Bunions can increase in their size and pain levels, utilizing a combination of manipulation, in addition to addressing other biomechanical causes.