According to the Mayo Clinic Staff to help prevent bunions, wear comfortable shoes that fit well.

  • Be sure your shoes don't cramp or irritate your toes.
  • Choose shoes with a wide toe box — there should be space between the tip of your longest toe and the end of the shoe.
  • Your shoes should conform to the shape of your feet without squeezing or pressing any part of your foot.

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