Unfortunately the answer to this is no. When a patient comes to our office, the bunion they walked in with will be there with them for the long haul - unless surgery is performed. The role of custom orthotics is to slow the progression down, but the bunion that has developed over a period of years will not reverse. This is why treating bunions early and aggressively with orthotics is the optimal course!
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