Bunions and Hammer Toes Treatment in Sydney CBD
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Prevent your toes from deviating | Bunion treatment without surgery
Why put up with surgery when there's a better way to manage your bunion!
You don’t have to be overwhelmed with the discomfort you've been of the feet!
Ignoring this problem can lead to bigger or permanent damage that will cost more time and money in the long run!
We believe that surgery is not the only solution for bunions. Our hands-on treatment approach aims to correct any dysfunction and misalignment in your feet.
Go back to living an active lifestyle!
With our treatment plans you get back your life
No orthotics needed
Relieve pain and heal naturally
Better toe movement and alignment
Prevent deterioration of the bunion and hammertoes
Prevent arthritis of the toes
Maintain mobility of your feet
Strengthen your toe and foot muscles
We've been treating patients for more than 20 years, and we know that surgery shouldn't be your only option.
Bunion treatment without surgery is possible. That’s why the right combination of techniques and exercises will get you back to your active lifestyle!
You deserve to live a life that is full of joy, not pain or a bunion in big toe. It doesn't have be hard or difficult - you just need the right treatment for your condition!
Book a consultation today and let’s develop an easy to follow long term plan that will get you back doing the things you love.
What To Do Now:
Book your appointment
Go through an assessment
Pain is eliminated
Frequently Asked Questions
Hallux Valgus is the condition when the big toe deviates laterally (pointing towards the smaller toes). When this happens, a bunion or bony growth may develop on the side or over the top of the big toe joint.
If the bunion pain relief treatment gets delayed, the angle of deviation may increase over
time, and the bunion may get larger and could end up in secondary issues including osteoarthritis. Likewise, other smaller toes of the foot may also deform causing hammertoes or clawed toes. Bunions and hammertoes are progressive and do not go away by themselves.
In fact, the above factors only play a small part in causing the condition. The primary aggravating factor of a bunion is often related to the underlying biomechanical problems in the feet and subsequent compensations which causes the body to form a bunion. Misalignment of the ankle, restricted joints in the foot, inactive foot muscles, flatfeet and foot pronation can all contribute to the development of a bunion in big toe.