If your big toe leans toward your second toe, rather than pointing straight ahead, you may have a bunion. A bunion is a lump protruding from the area right below your big toe joint.
Bunion Treatment Solutions
Wearing the right kind of shoes is also very important. Go roomy and comfortable. Choose shoes that have a wide toe and skip those with high heels or pointed toes. Although wearing shoes that crowd your toes don't actually cause bunions, it can make the problem get progressively worse. Also, spending long periods of time on your feet can aggravate the symptoms of bunions.
Other solutions to help get your feet feeling better fast include placing pads over the area of the bunion to reduce stress, and applying an ice pack several times a day to help reduce the inflammation.
In some cases, custom orthotic devices or surgery may be necessary. There are a variety of surgical procedures can be performed to treat bunions. The procedures are designed to remove the bump, correct the changes in the bony structure of the foot, as well as correct soft tissue changes that may also have occurred. Surgery isn't recommended unless a bunion causes you frequent pain or interferes with your daily activities.
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