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    Who gets bunions?

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    Mr William Edwards

    Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr William Edwards is a fellowship trained Foot and Ankle Surgeon, and fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon. He has a Private practice in Prahran. William Edwards’ … View Profile

    Bunions are about twice more common in females than males; typically they are seen in families where generations of women have the problem. Four percent of non-shoe wearing females and just under 2 percent of males will generally have bunions with these numbers increasing to 48 and 16 percent in those who wear shoes.

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