Treating Bunions

Do your feet look deformed?

You could have a bunion. Bunions are a lump or bump on the side of the big toe joint. The hard bump is actually a boney growth that can change the alignment of your big toe.

Not every one experiences pain with a bunion, but it can be excruciating for some - especially, if banged or bumped. The pain can be aggravated by poor fitting narrow shoes with a shallow toe box.


Boney Bunsion on Foot



What causes a Bunion?

Many people inherit the problem from their parents and grandparents. Poorly aligned bone structure further up the leg can cause the bones of the foot to structurally change configuration.

Some studies indicate that shortened tendons and ligaments up the leg can significantly change the alignment of bones in the feet.

Wearing high-heeled shoes can make the condition worse, confirming the data showing "more women, than men" get bunions.

Do you have trouble getting shoes to fit?

After the bunion develops... getting shoes that are comfortable and cushion soft on your feet can be a challenge.

You may have to go to a specialty shoe shop that offers comfortable walking shoes.


How can Therapy Socks soothe your bunion?

FIR Therapy Socks are different from other socks because they are made with a special bio-ceramic thread that gives off Far Infrared energy waves. Far Infrared energy is very effective in reducing pain and soreness. Reducing pain in your feet is vital, if you are to function normally.

Prolotex™ Infrared Socks are nice-and-soft to wear and do provide some cushioning for your big toe joint. FIR energy will also help reduce any development of arthritis.

Prolotex™ FIR Socks help reduce the pain and soreness of your toe Bunion.

Prolotex™ Socks are a noninvasive treatment and certainly a safe, effective solution for your foot pain. If you have a bursa, blister or corn on the bunion from your shoe rubbing, the Infrared energy from the socks is very effective at reducing swelling and inflammation.

Depending on the severity of the inflammation, healing and tissue restoration may take longer. Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks do help to speed up this healing process and get you back in action faster, than not wearing them

Prolotex™ FIR Energy Socks are classy enough to work and supportive enough to use during your athletic activities.


Far Infrared Bio-Ceramic Socks - available in 4 sizes

FREE Tips to Help Treat a Bunion

  1. Ice packs at the beginning to reduce inflammation
  2. Rest - Put your feet... give them a break from the stress of your shoes and standing
  3. Elevate the foot to reduce throbbing
  4. Best to see your doctor so he/she can X-ray the bones of your feet.
  5. The X-ray will show the bony bump, and will confirm for you if it is a
  6. Bunion or something else
  7. Wear flatter, more comfortable shoes. Avoid wearing heels
  8. Use Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks on a regular basis to reduce pain and soreness and provide soft cushioning for your big toe joint


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