bunion question

I have a question re an alternative bunion correction method that I saw a website that sells foot products. It appears to be a corrective brace for the bunion called “the Bunion Night Splint” which is to be worn during the night and is reccomended on the site for those who wish to rid themselves of the problem without costly, painful surgery. Is this really something that would work or is it a scam? I have never heard of it before. It seems that surgery is usually reccomended. Please let me know. Thank you.

1 Comment found

    Vivian Abrams DPM

    9 10

    This does not fix a bunion deformity. This can be used after a surgery to splint in the corrected position. I personally use a more comfortable velcro splint after bunion surgery. Remember the purpose of advertising is to get you to buy something-right or wrong.


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