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... anyone else that has used toe separators that have helped them? ... (12 replies)
... Besides the toe separators what else can I do to help my bunions? ... (12 replies)
... I have flat feet and I have bunions on both my feet. My right foot has it worse though. I am too young to have surgery on it. My mom bought me these gel toe separators to put in between my big toe thinking that since I am still growing it will straighten out if I keep wearing them. ... (12 replies)

... irst surgery so I know you can get it done that young. Did it on summer break to not mess with the school year. btw.. Yoga Toes are good but they won't prevent bunions from getting worse.. I've had a pair for a year and my right foot is worse then ever. They do make your toes feel nice though! ... (12 replies)
... edic surgeon for a consult. this gives you the benefit of years of experience the doctor may have, instead of this friend or that 'hearing' that something works. bunions may be caused by a few different things. it is suggested squeezing your feet into tight shoes is one factor. proper shoes, and proper foot care. ... (12 replies)
... toes except it was made out of foam or something and it was straight not curved and had holes for your toes. Unfortunetly, it didn't fit. I couldn't get my pinky toe into the hole so it was just a waste. ... (12 replies)
... There is an item called Yoga Toes that is supposed to help. If I were younger I think I would have tried that before having surgery but my bunions and all were already there and surgery scheduled when I saw them. They say not to over do it in the begining or you can get tendonitis from wearing it. ... (12 replies)
... The bunion by the pinky toe is called a tailor bunion. I've never seen toe seperators that would work good with those since the ones out there would be too big. ... (12 replies)
... I wear toe separators every day.. I started wearing them before my bunionectomy but kept wearing them afterwards since I still have my bunion on my right foot. ... (4 replies)
... One problem I had, that many others probably share, was that the front part of my foot was much wider than the heel part. I had a terrible time finding shoes which were roomy enough in the front that weren't WAY too loose in the back. Wearing toe separators not only sounds a bit uncomfortable (and impossible with sandals, while going barefoot, etc.), but would have made me... (4 replies)
... unfortunately surgery is the only option.. toe separators and orthotics can help ease the pain or slow progression, but they can't prevent them and they don't fix them either. Is the left foot painful for you? ... (1 replies)
Bunions - surgery
Oct 29, 2005
... I think the answer is, "it depends." If your bunions are being caused by your footwear, then changing footwear might stop the progression. You might also get shoe inserts that will change the pressure points. ... (1 replies)
... I have been seeing a physical therapist who seems to think I can deal with my bunions without surgery. Did any of you look into that as a means of treatment? ... (4 replies)
Hyprocure
Jan 15, 2015
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... ess in your ankles and legs. You can also use a baseball and then a golf ball. The last thing you should do is to buy orthotics or have surgery. I had horrible bunions as well as hammer toes and years ago, had the surgery to take care of that problem. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, there is a conservative way to treat hammer toes, so please stay clear of any podiatrist or ortho man! I had HORRIBLE bunions and hammer toes years ago, and had surgery on them, but a few years ago, the hammer toes were coming back on one foot. ... (4 replies)
Bunionectomy
Sep 21, 2014
... ight toes plus no bunion. So, my advice to you is to stay clear of that surgery and strengthen your legs, hips and ankles. The reason you and I and others have bunions is because of weakness from the hips on down. When there is weakness, it throws everything off. ... (18 replies)
... Yes, get custom orthotics. Also buy wider toe shoes. Pointed or too narrow toe shoes cramp your toes and cause bunions. You can also try big toe separators but I don't think they help. ... (3 replies)
... it was definitely easier. The pain right after surgery was similar with swelling and all, but it was a much faster recovery. My doctor used removeable pins, but some may use screws. Probably between the bone being smaller and less pressure is put on that part of the foot and joint when walking, helps things heal easier. I had the pins in for 3 weeks and then it took about... (12 replies)
... Hi Wakkochic17 Out of curiosity, how would you describe a tailor bunion surgery compared to a regular bunion? What was the recovery like? And was there hardware involved? I might have to have this down the road. Bunion surgery was painful, but the recovery was harder than I expected (not driving and being limited). Thanks Prisc1125 (12 replies)


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