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Soft Silicone Splint Bunion Corrector Toe Stretcher Finger Metatarsa Separators

Soft Silicone Splint Bunion Corrector Toe Stretcher Finger Metatarsa Separators

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Splint Bunion Silicone Finger Metatarsal Protector, produced to prevent protrusion and pain on the side of your thumb.

One of the most important causes of pain and protrusion in the feet is the wrong choice of shoes.

It is less common in men than women. Pointy-toed, high-heeled shoes, especially worn by women for a long time, cause pressure on the toes and cause deformities on this foot over time.

Metatarsal Protective Bunion is used to prevent foot bony protrusion on the side of the big toe, which is known as hallux valgus deformity in medicine.

The silicone protector produced to get rid of the pain and bad appearance of your big toe will both prevent your shoes from bothering you and will be effective in the recovery of your painful bone.

Silicone Finger Protector Features:

  • Silicone protector is used to help protect foot health by preventing friction on deformed feet.
  • Thanks to its special design that does not cause discomfort, it also provides protection for your feet and fingers.
  • The thumb guard relieves pain in the joint by preventing friction on the bunion.
  • Can be used for right and left feet.
  • It is used to prevent deformation and to alleviate pain in this area.
  • Thanks to its silicone structure, it never bothers your feet.
  • You can easily use it under clothes such as socks and shoes.
  • The silicone toe protector will fit your thumb and correct the posture of your thumb.

What is a bunion?

Bunion is the general name given to the swelling around the finger that occurs due to Hallux valgus deformity in the foot.

The fat pad, which is responsible for protecting the joint around the joint of the fingers, becomes the area under pressure in the shoe as a result of deformity, and accordingly, a reactional growth occurs.

As the tissue grows, shoe pressure increases and swelling and redness become permanent.

What causes bunions?

The biggest factor in the formation of bunions is choosing and wearing the wrong shoes for a long time, which are not suitable for the feet and do not relax your toes.

In addition, bunions are also formed in diseases such as arthritis and polio.

Genetics often plays a role in bunion formation.

Today, bunions are seen more frequently and more frequently on women's feet than men. One of the biggest reasons for this is the wearing of long-toed, narrow-toed and high-heeled shoes. For this reason, the appearance and shape of women's foot structures are more disproportionate.

The most appropriate method to get rid of this ailment is to choose the appropriate shoes.

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