Early in my adolescent years, I started developing a bunion on my right foot. As I got older and began participating in school sports my foot became painful and uncomfortable. Once I was an adult, my physical activities became greater in working out 3-4 days a week and officiating high school sports. I noticed that my right big toe was starting to push underneath the 2nd toe beside it, causing increased pain, balance issues, and footwear difficulties. Realizing the issue was getting worse, I decided it was time to see a specialist. In the fall of 2017, I made an appointment with Dr. Chris Nelson at West Ten Podiatry Centre to explore my options. After an examination and multiple x-rays, it was determined that I had several deformities on my right foot and I was at risk of dislocation for at least one of my toes. On December 15, 2017, I had surgery consisting of a fusion of the right great toe, ORIF for the 2nd right MPJ and fusion of the 2nd right toe. After a successful surgery and recovery, I have been able to return to all of my normal physical activities including officiating high school football, with full strength and mobility. Pain-free!!