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Bunion Corrector Brace

(1 customer review)

$24.99

 

The bunion corrector brace is your easy and effective home remedy to treat a bunion or developing bunion naturally. The special medical material allows for constant wear, even over night.

★ Super comfortable & breathable fabric

★ No sweaty feet

★ Treats Bunions, Hallux Valgus, Corns & Calluses naturally

★ Stretchable and flexible to fit all feet

★ Soft gel reduces the friction of your toes

★ Designed for fast and long lasting results

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Shipping is always on us, simply to give you the best shopping experience. We ship to most countries within 7 days and you’ll receive a tracking number as soon as your order is on its way.

 

 

How to treat a bunion yourself

A bunion is a bony bump that develops over time on the joint of your big toe. It is the result of bone movement in the front part of your foot. This causes the tip of your big toe getting pulled toward the other toes. The joint at the base of your big toe is forced to stick out through this movement.

What are the signs and symptoms of a bunion?symptoms and signs of a bunion

Signs and symptoms of a bunion include a bulging bump on the outside of your big toe. This is pretty obvious for everyone to see at this point. Swelling, redness and soreness are oftentimes the result. Corns and calluses often develop where the first and second toes rub against each other and can be a direct side effect of a bunion. The good news are that treating a bunion can treat corns and calluses at the same time as well. When a bunion develops further ongoing pain or pain that comes and goes is a real nightmare. If you are at this point already it s well recommended that you consult a doctor and get yourself some proper treatment. The movement of your big toe is limited by now and your life quality is heavily affected.

When to consult a doctor

Bunions often don’t require medical treatment. There are exercises and little helpers, like the bunion corrector brace, that can work wonders already. You should, however, see a doctor when you experience ongoing pain, feel decreased movement of your foot or have difficulties finding new shoes because of your bunion. When you decide to see a doctor you should find one that specializes in treating foot disorders. A podiatrist or orthopaedic foot specialist is generally a good choice.

Causes and risk factorscauses and risk factors of a bunion

Besides inherited foot types, stress and injuries, deformities present at birth foster the development of bunions. Wearing tight or narrow shoes can either cause a bunion or make them even worse. Medical conditions, such as arthritis are also considered root causes for bunions.

Wearing high heels forces your toes into the front of your shoes. Over time this can cause a bunion. Ill-fitting shoes are the second risk factor that you should avoid at all costs.

Prevention and treatment of a bunion

Wearing the bunion corrector brace in your free time, over night or while doing everyday activities gives you a significant boost in the right direction. The flexible fabric adapts perfectly to your feet and gently pushes your big toe to its natural position. At the same time a built-in gel pad reduces the friction between your toes to relieve pain of corns and calluses. And if you don’t have any, their development is heavily reduced.

The soft and breathable material of the the bunion corrector brace makes it so comfortable to wear without your feet getting sweaty. You can wear the bunion corrector brace with any, not too narrow, shoe, flip flops, moccasins, sandals or while walking barefoot. It is highly recommended to always wear the braces at night for better results.

Is it a single brace or a pair?

Our bunion corrector braces come as pairs. That means with the purchase of one unit you’ll get one brace for your right and one for your left foot.

As always, just put in your order and shipping is on us. No matter where in the world you are, we’ll send those braces to you a t no additional costs. Sounds good? Hit add to cart now and take the first necessary step towards healthy feet now.

1 review for Bunion Corrector Brace

    Paul Dukacz
    Received my order in good time. The corrector brace appears to be a good idea however they appear to be made for a women's foot. When I put them on I ...More
    Received my order in good time. The corrector brace appears to be a good idea however they appear to be made for a women's foot. When I put them on I find them to be very tight and restrictive . They cause my feet to cramp up. It would be appreciated if these could be made to fit a man's foot.
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