Bunions and Toe Correcting related Products
A bunion is a painful bony bump that develops on the inside of the foot at the big toe joint. Bunions are often referred to as hallux valgus.
Bunions develop slowly. Pressure on the big toe joint causes the big toe to lean toward the second toe. Over time, the normal structure of the bone changes, resulting in the bunion bump. This deformity will gradually increase and may make it painful to wear shoes or walk.
Anyone can get a bunion, but they are more common in women. Many women wear tight, narrow shoes that squeeze the toes together—which makes it more likely for a bunion to develop, worsen and cause painful symptoms.
In most cases, bunion pain is relieved by wearing wider shoes with adequate toe room and using other simple treatments to reduce pressure on the big toe.
Products related to bunion and toe correction
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- This easy-to-use Orthopedic Bunion Corrector provides relief from pain on the big toe joint and gently realigns it back to its original position.
- Wear it under your shoes just like socks!
- It has a soft gel pad that reduces friction between your toe and shoes.
- You can also wear it during nighttime to give your feet support while you sleep.
- Provides relief from hallux valgus, bunions, corns, and calluses.
- Prevents painful shoe friction and pressure.
- Elastic cloth fabric design that’s comfortable to wear.
- No need to endure the pain or go through surgery to correct the problem!
Bunions may be caused by:
- Wearing poorly fitting shoes—in particular, shoes with a narrow, pointed toe box that forces the toes into an unnatural position
- Heredity—some people inherit feet that are more likely to develop bunions due to their shape and structure
- Having an inflammatory condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis, or a neuromuscular condition, such as polio
In addition to the visible bump on the inside of the foot, symptoms of a bunion may include:
- Pain and tenderness
- Redness and inflammation
- Hardened skin on the bottom of the foot
- A callus or corn on the bump
- Stiffness and restricted motion in the big toe, which may lead to difficulty in walking