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Bunions, correctly termed Hallux Valgus, are an often painful condition characterised by the formation of a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe. The big toe will often push across into the next toe, creating a ‘deformity’ in the appearance of the foot. Bunions are often associated with the use of tight, narrow shoes, poor foot mechanics and arthritis.

Treatment for bunions can involve a number of different aspects, depending on the stage and severity of the condition. Simple techniques such as taping or bracing can be beneficial, along with advice on which type of shoes are the most appropriate for you. Shoe inserts, or orthotics as they are correctly known, can be helpful, along with special padding for the toe. If bunions are allowed to progress, and the pain becomes severe, sometimes surgery is required to correct the deformity of the big toe.

Our experienced podiatrist Janita, is an expert in the treatment and management of bunions, having helped literally thousands of people over the past 30 years. Don’t delay seeking help any longer, as the condition is likely to get progressively worse if left untreated. Call The Glen Back Care & Sports Therapy on 95609393 and book a session with Janita, and let her show you how to get on top of this potentially debilitating condition.

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Oct 13, 2021

Hi botynyxowi, just pointing out that nowhere in the article does it use the term 'alignment specialist'.


Oct 12, 2021

This is totally bogus. To call yourself an alignment specialist in the UK you must be enlisted with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC). Theexpects you to have done a degree from an authorize college, which there are 3 in the UK right now.

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