Bunionette can be treated surgically and non-surgically. Exercises have an important role in both types of bunionette treatment. In the non-surgical method, exercises are used to prevent further deterioration and in surgical the goal is rehabilitation.
Several treatment methods are available for a painful little toe aka bunionette. Most people will try to avoid surgery, and they will use non-surgical methods which often provide pain relief. In more severe cases, surgery might be the only solution.
A painful little toe can be treated at home using non-surgical treatment methods and lifestyle changes. Non-surgical methods should be used prior to surgery. In most cases, they can help with bunionette pain relief.
Bunionette (Tailor’s bunion) is a bony bump at the base of the fifth toe (little toe). In most cases it is asymptomatic, however, it can cause severe pain and discomfort. There is a number of different non-surgical and surgical treatment methods.
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