Hallux Valgus Night Splint

A Hallux Valgus is most commonly treated and prevented with some simple adjustments to your shoes. In order to help alleviate pain from a Hallux Valgus, an orthotic device may be inserted to redistribute the pressure along the arch and ball of the foot. It should support the foot, and reduce the tendency toward Hallux Valgus formation.
A night splint can be used to hold the big toe in a corrected position. This reduces the HV development.