Admittedly there are all sorts of ways to use statistics but we believe these measures to be a strong guide to the trainers' relative success. We do acknowledge that there are other parameters which could be used and that may show differing results. The ability to know what will happen during the event. Expect changes for every horse's ability and condition. This is a guide to everyone that which horse has the best and has the edge of winning based on their Group racing records. Today David Duffield of www.championpicks.com.au chats with Dr Geoffery Huston who looks very closely at horse behaviour to indicate their likely performance. Bunions develop from a deformity of the foot called hallux valgus. Bunions often form because women frequently wear poorly-fitting shoes with narrow, pointed toes for long periods of time. Surgery is one option to correct this deformity. Whether your bunion pain is minor or major it can most likely be treated. Some bunion conditions require surgery or some other invasive medical intervention. In most cases however, temporary relief is available even from the comfort of home. The medical name for a bunion is a hallux valgus (deformed toe), bunions are found on the big toe and is a hard boney swelling from the base of the big toe. One of the main causes of bunions is tight shoes. Shoes with pointy toes force the front big toes towards the others; the joint at the base of the big toe is forced outward, and a bunion can result. High heels combined with gravity increases the force on the toes. Roomy, flat shoes can help ease the pain of bunions or keep them from forming in the first place. Be sure shoes fit properly; feet tend to enlarge with age, so don’t assume you still take the same shoe size. Other causes of bunions are repetitive trauma such as ballet toe dancing or ball kicking, or arthritis. A bunion is a prominent bump on the inside of the foot on the big toe joint. Corns are a localized, tender, sharply defined area of thickened skin over a bony prominence usually caused by trauma. They sometimes have a central cone-shaped core whose point can press on a nerve below causing pain. Calluses are an accumulation of dead skin cells that harden and thicken over an area of the foot. They are the body's defense mechanism against excessive pressure and friction. Calluses are normally found on the bottom of the foot, the heel and the inside of the big toe. The surgeon removed the bone fragment, flushed the area with saline, then suctioned any remaining bone fragments from inside the skin that had stretched like a painter’s canvas to accommodate my former bunion In order to get to the bunion, the surgeon had to cut open my big toe in one vertical swath, and in order to correct the hammer toe next to it she had to do the same. My toes had parallel cuts running their length with stitches binding the flesh together. A horror show. Chris Robertson is an author of Majon International, one of the world's MOST popular internet marketing companies on the web. A bunion is more common in women than men due to women wearing tighter fitting shoes. This condition can cause a variety of different soft tissue and bony complaints which may result in severe pain. Corns and calluses may occur on the soles of the feet, in between toes and on the bunion joint. Stiffness can occur at the big toe due to secondary arthritis, this is known as Hallux Rigidus. Other foot conditions can occur such as in growing toe nails and in severe cases the bunion joint may have a fluid filled sack called a BURSITIS. This can be very painful and can become infected. The first approaches a podiatrist will recommend for the treatment of your bunions will be conservative, non-surgical techniques like exercises, orthopedic footwear or footwear inserts, or ‘bunion splits’ which are designed to try and realign the affected toe. If these measures are not effective, foot surgery may be necessary to cure the bunion. When having a bunion, the base of your big toe gets larger and sticks out. The skin can be red and tender and the joints usually flexes with every step. The big toe might angle toward the second toe or under it and the bottom skin may become thicker and painful. Finding a comfortable fit is always a vital factor in hosiery. People with large feet may have difficulty finding a comfortable fit with enclosed styles. There are several other feet features where open toes are preferred to improve fit and comfort. Bunions and hammer toes, for example, make it hard to wear regular shoes and hosiery. Blisters, cuts and sores are incentives for people to steer clear of coverings which may rub or stick to the skin Recovery includes a few days of sleeping with your head elevated, putting ice packs on your eyes for a few days, and watching the bruises fade (usually within 2-4 weeks).