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Dr. Verville is passionate about her work and enjoys developing strong patient-doctor relationships. She is board qualified in both Foot and Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery.

Dr. Verville is passionate about her work and enjoys developing strong patient-doctor relationships. She is board qualified in both Foot and Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery.
http://www.rnvpodiatry.com/

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  • NEED BUNION TREATMENT..?
  • At RNV Podiatry We Specialize in Providing the Most Advanced Treatment for Foot and Ankle Disorders in Plano, Texas
  • Services Provided By RNV Podiatry • • • • • ACHILLES TENDON INJURY ANKLE FRACTURE ANKLE SPRAIN ARTHRITIC FOOT & ANKLE CARE ATHLETE'S FOOT BUNIONS CORNS & CALLUSES DIABETIC FEET FLAT FEET • FOOT FRACTURES • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • FOOT GOUT FUNGAL TOENAIL GANGLION CYST HAMMERTOES HEEL PAIN INGROWN TOENAIL MORTON'S NEUROMA PLANTAR FASCIITIS PLANTAR WARTS SOFT TISSUE MASSES TARSAL TUNNEL
  • Toe Bunion • Bunions often appear as bumps or an enlarged growth on the side of your big toe. • Over time the growth can enlarge and cause additional pain and discomfort.
  • Bunions Causes • Inheriting a foot shape and structure that puts stress on your big toe. •  Wearing tight shoes that unnaturally push your toes together or put stress on the front of the foot such as high heels. • Arthritis or foot injuries.
  • Bunions Symptoms • Pain, soreness, inflammation and redness, burning sensations and numbness in and around the front of your foot. • A large bump or bulge on the outside of your big toe. • Swelling and redness of the joint of your big toe. • Thickening of skin on the base of your big toe or front of your foot. • Restricted movement of your big toe, pain when you walk.
  • How to prevent Bunions • Always wear comfortable shoes that provide enough room for all your toes. • Be sure your shoes don't cramp or irritate your toes. • Buy shoes that have a wide toe box and provide additional space between your toes and the end of the shoe.
  • Treatment Options for Bunions • Bunions are commonly treated by changing shoes in combination with arch supports and inserts, padding and taping your foot to alleviate pressure and pain, medication to help control pain, and prescription or orthotic devices to help with mobility. • Bunion Surgery (Bunionectomy)
  • Bunion Surgery (Bunionectomy) Bunionectomy involves: •  Removing the swollen tissue from around your big toe joint. • Straightening your big toe by removing part of the bone and realigning it with the long bone between the back part of your foot. • Permanently joining the bones.
  • Why RNV Podiatry? • At RNV Podiatry we have Dr.Rachel N. Verville, DPM expert podiatrist specializing in bunion surgery and bunion treatment. • Over the past seven years, she has performed over 1300 elective and traumatic foot and ankle surgical procedures. • Dr. Rachel N. Verville provides you with the best medical advice regarding your feet, the most advanced treatments for your foot condition or disorder.
  • Contact Us Address: RNV Podiatry 6300 West Parker Road MOB 2 Suite 425 Plano, TX 75093 Phone: 214-385-8822 Fax: 877-713-4299 Website: http://www.rnvpodiatry.com/