Bunions really are a frequent disorder of the foot, especially in females. These are an enlargement on the inside of the big toe joint that could become painful in shoes and arthritis in the joint could also be an issue. They are considered more prevalent in females as they are more likely to wear tighter and poorer fitting shoes. The main cause of bunions are thought to be a combination of environment and genes. The environmental issues are poorer fitting shoes that deforms the foot. There's also a genetic element as those who don't wear shoes could possibly get them. It is now commonly believed that the footwear is probably not the cause, but poorer shoes brings them on at a earlier age, makes the bunion grow more quickly and helps make the end result worse.
The best way to get rid of bunions is via surgical procedures. There are many different techniques extensively marketed online and in social media, but not one of these fix bunions. They mostly use fake pre and post images and phony testimonials. Surgical procedures are certainly not minor and may result in some disability afterwards with a lengthy and slow return to full walking. In the event that surgical procedures are not advised or not wanted, then usually the pain could be handled by many other methods. If there is an excessive amount of pressure on the bunion, then using wider and much better fitting shoes that is wider can frequently help. If not, then pads on the foot to get pressure off the enlarged joint might help. Whilst corrective braces do not work at straightening the big toe, they could be helpful as a physical therapy treatment to keep the toe mobile. This often helps with pain within the joint. If you are having problems with bunions then a podiatrist is usually the best to provide guidance regarding if surgical or conservative care is the better approach.