Bunions

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What are bunions? What is the involved anatomy? Why we do we get them? How can they be prevented.

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Bunions

  1. 1. “Big Toe”Joint
  2. 2. Why do we get bunions?
  3. 3. The most common reason issimply due to afaulty foot structure.
  4. 4. There is an internal flaw with thesupport system of the feet.
  5. 5. People with bunions usually have amisaligned hindfoot.
  6. 6. the ankle bone
  7. 7. slips off the heel bone
  8. 8. and leads to a chain reaction affectingthe rest of the foot.
  9. 9. This leads to the“domino effect”.
  10. 10. Bunions progressively get worse becauseevery step you takeforces the bones out of alignment.
  11. 11. Bunions will not go away on their own!
  12. 12. Conservative Options
  13. 13. One of the first things to do is tostabilize the hindfoot.
  14. 14. Arch supports cannot preventthe ankle bone displacement.
  15. 15. HyProCure internally stabilizes theankle bone to prevent the excessivedestructive forces that lead to thebunion deformity.

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