3pp® Bunion-Aider™

The 3pp® Bunion-Aider™ gently positions the big toe joint to relieve big toe pain and bunion pain, weight bearing and non-weight bearing. By 3pp Products. One size. Universal Right/Left. 1/package.
SKU: 902
Manufacturer: 3 Point Products
$20.95

The 3pp® Bunion-Aider™ helps to align the great to, easing bunion pain.  The Bunion-Aider Splint™ is made of non-slip foam that holds the correct position even during weight-bearing. Stabilizes extension, flexion and adduction and immobilizes the hallux for uninterrupted healing. Soft enough to be worn in shoes but ideally is worn at night for a corrective stretch to reduce deforming forces on the great toe.

Three-point correction strap and removable stay make it easier to straighten the big toe at rest or in shoes. Recommended after bunion surgery as a post-op splint to maintain correction. Fully adjustable. Latex-free.

Indications - The 3pp® Bunion-Aider™ is used in the treatment of bunions, hallux limitus and hallux rigidus.

The 3pp® Bunion-Aider™ helps to align the great to, easing bunion pain.  The Bunion-Aider Splint™ is made of non-slip foam that holds the correct position even during weight-bearing. Stabilizes extension, flexion and adduction and immobilizes the hallux for uninterrupted healing. Soft enough to be worn in shoes but ideally is worn at night for a corrective stretch to reduce deforming forces on the great toe.

Three-point correction strap and removable stay make it easier to straighten the big toe at rest or in shoes. Recommended after bunion surgery as a post-op splint to maintain correction. Fully adjustable. Latex-free.

Indications - The 3pp® Bunion-Aider™ is used in the treatment of bunions, hallux limitus and hallux rigidus.

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Bunion

Summary Symptoms Read More Video Summary The term bunion describes a bump of bone at the great toe joint that is the result of a poorly aligned metatarsal bone and great toe. Poor alignment results in a prominence of bone at the... read more...