What are bunions?
A bunion is a visible bony bulging bump on the outside of your big toe joint which can be swollen, red, sore or stiff & sometimes with pain in big toe joint making wearing shoes uncomfortable. Causes of bunions when the big toe progressively leans in towards the others (hallux valgus due to over pronation), flat feet, foot injury, wearing shoes which are too tight & narrow, or sometimes arthritis. Complications due to bunions can be: bursitis, hammertoe & metatarsalgia.
Treatment for bunions
Treatment for bunions involves bunion correction by your physiotherapist to relieve pressure of your big toe joint & halt or slow down the progression of the joint deformity by means of physically assessing & testing painful movements, muscle strength and use of hands on physiotherapy to alleviate bunion pain. Provide strength exercises via our prescription software Salaso, prescribe bunion correctors such as: orthotics, shoes for bunions or bunion splints.
Do you need treatment for bunions?
Call us at Imokilly Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic for expert physiotherapy, customised exercise rehabilitation as proven excellent & important treatment for correction of bunions.
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