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WHAT ARE BUNIONS?

It’s a bony bump that forms on the joint where your big toe meets your foot -- called the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint. It happens slowly over time, and eventually gets bigger and sticks out. It can make your big toe turn in, sometimes so far that it moves on top of the toe next to it. It’s common symptoms include a bulging lump on the joint. It might hurt and be swollen or red. It also can make it hard to move your toes, especially your big toe.

Causes

 

-  Bunions can often run in families—people who have low arches of flat feet are more susceptible.


-  They can also develop from a foot injury or having an inflammatory condition such as rheumatoid arthritis.


-  Shoe wear: High heels or shoes that are pointed and too tight may also be to blame.


-  Other causes can include genetic disorders or neuromuscular conditions.

Symptoms of a bunion can include

 

-  pain and tenderness


-  redness and inflammation


-  hardened skin on the bottom of the foot


-  a callus or corn on the bump


-  stiffness and restricted motion in the big toe, which may lead to difficulty in walking or wearing shoes

How To Find Shoes For Bunions

If your foot pain starts to interfere with daily activities, it’s important to schedule an appointment with an orthopedic foot specialist to determine if it’s a bunion, or another condition. If a bunion is discovered, your doctor will discuss your options.


Non-surgical treatment options
-  Change shoes—well-fitting shoes with wide toe boxes to give feet more space.
-  Padding, taping or splinting—purchase over-the-counter bunion pads, or ask your doctor to help you tape your foot in a normal position.
-  Medications—take acetaminophen (Tylenol), ibuprofen (Advil) or naproxen sodium (Aleve) can help with the pain.
-  Ice/massage—icing your feet can help relieve soreness and inflammation, as can massaging the feet or using a warm soak/whirlpool.
-  Shoe inserts—over-the-counter arch supports or prescription orthotic devices can provide relief for some.

 

Pedors is a top brand of orthopedic shoes that combine comfort and style. We have different kinds of shoes and inserts that are the perfect solution to your Bunion problems. Our customer service is always ready to assist.

Buy the Right Size

When buying orthopedic shoes for your loved one, choosing the right size can be a challenge. Always remember that the best  way to go when looking for accommodative footwear for Bunions is to go wider and not longer. For more tips in buying a pair of orthopedic shoes, click the link below. 


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Pedors Shoes for Bunions

Pedors specializes in shoes for swollen feet, sore feet, edema, lymphedema, corns, bunions, hammertoes, overlapping toes, diabetes, arthritis and more.  We have orthotics & inserts for arch support, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, metatarsalgia, ball of foot pain, alignment and stability.


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Pedors is A Trusted Brand of Orthopedic Shoes

For more than 20 years, Pedors Shoes has been known as the “go-to” shoe company for forefoot deformities such as bunions, corns, hammertoes, arthritis and diabetes. The proprietary upper material used, called Pedoprene™, allows the forefoot of the shoe to stretch and mold to accommodate deformities and also gives some compression to help reduce edema.

 

Read more here :

https://www.pedors.com/blog/fantastically-functional-footwear-for-accommodating-lower-extremity-orthopedic-and-therapeutic-devices/

 Functional Footwear

Pedors shoes are good for swollen feet, sore feet, edema and lymphedema as they incorporate Pedoprene™ uppers that stretch as your feet swell. All of the shoes are available in 6E, XXX-Wide Width. Click here to check the different kinds and styles of Lymphedema footwear that we have in stock. 

Pedors Shoes Orthotics Are Perfect Solution for Other Foot Problems
The met pad of the Pedors Shoes Orthotic inserts sits slightly behind the metatarsal heads which relieves pressure and therefore pain. Meanwhile, gel inserts seek to cushion this area, which may offer some relief for a short period of time, but can mask the underlying problem and may make the issue worse over time.


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Pedors Classics

The seamless stretchable forefoot of the Pedors Classics and Pedors Classic Max are perfect for managing your swollen feet. The Pedors 3P Inserts are designed to even out pressure on the plantar surface of the foot which helps to reduce hot spots and pressure points.


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Pedors for Swollen Feet

One of the common questions that we often encounter is , what are the best types of shoes for swollen feet? In most cases the feet will swell more as the day progresses so it is essential that the shoes have adjustability. Laces don’t work too well because the temptation is to just leave the shoe alone rather than re-lace a few times a day. By far the better option is to use shoes with adjustable touch closure straps, most often referred to as Velcro straps.


Know more about it here :
https://www.pedors.com/blog/what-are-good-shoes-for-swollen-feet/

Pedors Shoes

Pedors shoes are good for bunions, swollen feet, sore feet, edema and lymphedema as they incorporate Pedoprene™ uppers that stretch as your feet swell. All of the shoes are available in 6E, XXX-Wide Width.


https://www.pedors.com/fallen-arches-support/

 

Pedors is A Trusted Brand of Orthopedic Shoes

For more than 20 years, Pedors Shoes has been known as the “go-to” shoe company for forefoot deformities such as bunions, corns, hammertoes, arthritis and diabetes. The proprietary upper material used, called Pedoprene™, allows the forefoot of the shoe to stretch and mold to accommodate deformities and also gives some compression to help reduce edema.


Read more here :
https://www.pedors.com/blog/fantastically-functional-footwear-for-accommodating-lower-extremity-orthopedic-and-therapeutic-devices/

 

How to Measure Your Feet When Buying Orthopedic Shoes

Here at Pedors, our goal is to provide patients with the right footwear that they need for swollen feet edema and lymphedema. When measuring for your shoes, always remember that accurate measurement of the width is key. For more information, read here:


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