Considering Bunion Surgery? Try This First
Healthy feet are happy feet and one sign that you’re feet might not be too happy are bunions. The large bumps that form on the side of your big toes can be extremely painful and can potentially lead to arthritis. If the pain interferes with daily activities like standing and walking, bunion surgery is an option, but in most cases, surgery isn’t necessary. You can manage and relieve pain by doing a few simple foot exercises. Try the moves below daily to get on the good foot.
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Ball massage: To help relieve foot cramping and straining, roll the soles of your feet over a tennis ball or golf ball for two minutes.
Point and curls: Whether experiencing pain or not, it’s important to regularly stretch your toes. If you have bunions, stretching the toes will help relieve some of the pain and keep them flexible. Do a 10 rounds of pointing your toes for five seconds and then curl your toes under tightly for five seconds.