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Machine, applies the same principles as the age old Chinese therapies of acupuncture and massage without piercing the skin. 

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SAMM Acupuncture and Massage Machine Treat Bunion

Also referred to as:  Hallux Valgux

What is it?

A bunion is the painful swelling of the fluid-filled sac, called the bursa, at the first joint of the big toe. A bunion occurs because of a condition called hallux valgus, a bone displacement in which the big toe bulges out at the base and the top of the toe points in toward the second toe. Hallux is another term for the big toe. Hallux Valgus With a Bunion

Who gets it?

Bunions are more likely to occur in women who wear high heels with narrow, pointed toes; people who wear poorly fitting shoes; and people with flat feet. Some people also tend to put more stress than normal on the inside of the foot when they run or walk, making them more prone to bunions. The tendency toward bunions appears to run in families.

What causes it?

Ill-fitting shoes that compress the toes most often cause hallux valgus and bunions. When the base of the big toe sticks outward, it rubs against the shoe. This friction irritates the bursa, which causes it to become irritated and swell. As the bunion continues to be irritated, the bursa continues to swell and a bony growth develops. This type of friction is also more likely to occur in people with flat, wide feet.

What are the symptoms?

A bunion looks like a swollen, red bony bump at the base of the big toe. The bunion is painful and the skin over it becomes thick and calloused from friction against the shoe. The skin over the bunion may break down and form an ulcer. Most people who have bunions have them on both toes.

How is it diagnosed?

Bunions and hallux valgus are diagnosed by examination. Your doctor may also order x-rays to determine the severity of the condition and to rule out other causes. 

What is the treatment?

You can relieve inflammation and pain , pressure on the bunion by Using SAMM . Before you are going to take anti-inflammatory medication or surgery , consider SAMM treatment first! SAMM has no side effect and many successful results!