The Least Invasive Bunion Treatment: William Levine, Podiatrist

July 07, 2017
If you don’t know what a bunion is, you’re lucky because it means you probably haven’t had one. Bunions are a relatively common foot problem that a great many people suffer with. It is a bony bump that usually forms on the side of the big toe. Bunions usually form due to a misalignment of the metatarsal phalangeal, which is simply a fancy medical term for the joint of the big toe. Dr. William Levine, podiatrist, has been in private practice since 1993, and he’s made something of a specialty out of treating bunions for people. In fact, he has been a pioneer of sorts in developing new and better ways to treat them.

This is a big deal because, while there are some non-surgical bunion treatments available, they generally don’t work as well as surgery. Often, those surgeries leave behind large scars and a need for pain medication that can make things difficult. That is why Dr. William Levine, podiatrist, has been developing new bunion surgery techniques that involve smaller incisions, less pain and less scarring, which is better for everyone.
Dr. William Levine, podiatrist, is an Associate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and he has been certified by the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners. In his rare spare time, Dr. Levine likes to both play and watch most sports, including baseball, football and soccer. He also likes to ski, golf and play tennis, and he is fond of working on home improvements when he isn’t traveling or reading.

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