Hallux Valgus – (Big Toe) Bunion Night Splint

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Bunion Night Splint

Embracing the practice of donning a bunion night splint during the night is a proactive step towards rectifying a foot bunion, scientifically known as Hallux Valgus. This approach involves strategically stretching the toe joint capsule and facilitating passive alignment of the affected toe. To optimise outcomes, it is recommended to complement the use of the splint with targeted foot and bunion exercises, ideally under the guidance of a physiotherapist specialising in bunion treatment, and incorporating orthotics into the comprehensive approach.

Supportive Bunion Aid

The bunion night splint serves as a supportive aid in the correction process, particularly during the night when the foot is at rest. By applying a gentle yet consistent stretch to the toe joint capsule, the splint promotes a gradual adjustment of the misaligned toe. This passive realignment can be instrumental in addressing the discomfort associated with Hallux Valgus over time.

Ideally Combine with Foot Exercises

However, achieving comprehensive and lasting results involves a holistic approach. Integrating specific foot and bunion exercises into the routine, as directed by a knowledgeable physiotherapist, contributes to strengthening the muscles around the affected area and enhancing overall foot biomechanics. These exercises work synergistically with the splint, aiming for a more robust and sustainable correction.

Consider Orthotics

Orthotics, custom-designed foot supports, can be an integral part of the combined strategy. A physiotherapist with expertise in bunion treatment may recommend orthotics tailored to the individual’s foot structure and gait, providing additional support and stability throughout the day.


In conclusion, wearing a bunion night splint lays the foundation for corrective measures, but the most effective outcomes arise from a multidimensional approach. Collaborating with a physiotherapist for personalised foot and bunion exercises, and considering the inclusion of orthotics, ensures a comprehensive strategy tailored to individual needs. This comprehensive approach not only addresses the symptoms of Hallux Valgus but also aims for lasting correction and improved overall foot health.

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Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 20 × 10 × 5 cm

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