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Orange Insoles are great for helping people feel better and do more.  Our custom support technology is ideal in shoe inserts for Bunionettes.

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  • Painful area around the big toe joint which may be red and swollen
  • The big toe may be stiff and not want to bend and may be painful


  • An inflammation of the big toe joint that may cause an enlargement
  • A bony protrusion, which is also generally associated with the angling of the big toe toward the smaller toes creating pressure at the first joint of the big toe.

Primary Cause


  • Generally one does not have a choice if they develop a bunion.
  • If there is not enough arch support or support under the ball of the foot the bunion can become worse

Excessive Pronation

  • Pronation is a normal movement of the foot that allows the arch to flatten to a degree, which helps the body to absorb shock and adapt to different ground surfaces.
  • In analyzing ones gait, first contact is on the heel and outside of the foot; followed by a shift of body weight continuing forward, toward the arch and toes.
  • If the foot is weak or tired and/or the footwear is not supportive, then the arch can flatten more than normal, which is excessive pronation.
  • Flattening of the arch (excessive pronation) places pressure and excessive force on the big toe joint which can cause degenerative changes and inflammation that can irritate the bunion.
  • With excessive pronation, increased stresses can be placed on the foot which can further contribute to ankle, knee, hip and low back problems (a chain reaction)

Contributing Factors

  • Wearing shoes that do not fit correctly - such as narrow shoes or shoes with pointed toes
  • Incorrect foot mechanics – excessive pronation
  • Injury or arthritis may eventually increase the bunion.
  • Wearing high heeled shoes with pointed or narrow toe box
  • Insufficient support in the platform (and/or the inside arch area) of the shoe being worn can add to the stress on the foot (bunion).

Treatment - Advice Given Most In Current Literature

The 3 S’s — Stretching, Strengthening and Supporting, along with ICE and REST, have been found to be the simplest and most effective in treating these problems.

  • Stretching of the calf and foot will help to decrease the pressure on the foot.
  • Strengthening the ankle and foot, can help reduce pressures on the foot due to over pronation.
  • Supporting the foot with proper shoes and insoles, can prevent or eliminate the vast majority of foot related problems.  Although bunions and hallux valgus are hereditary, the symptoms can be kept to a minimum by reducing the pressure.  This can be done by a Birkenstock sandal, with a broad base and contoured foot bed, that is low to the ground and conforms to the foot.  It may also be a shoe with an upper that wraps the foot and supports the arch and heel, thus limiting excessive pronation.  The vast majority of footwear have more than enough cushion but very little support for the arch and heel.  Finding a shoe with extra depth and wide toe box can be very important.  One of the easiest and most effective solutions is to add a simple over the counter insole that provides a forgiving support for both the arch and heel.  We offer shoe inserts for Bunionettes to help minimize the pain.
  • Wear shoes with a wider toe box
  • Stretching of the calf, achilles tendon and foot

What Kind of Shoes Do You Typically Wear?

Choosing the right insole is best determined by the kind of shoe it'll go in.  Just choose the kind of shoe you wear most often and discover our recommended insole for you! Contact us for more information about our shoe inserts for Bunionettes!

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The Surprising Truth About Many Injuries...

We build Orange Insoles to help people feel better, so they can do more. A lot of the sources of pain and discomfort you may feel can be blamed on your footwear.

Whether you experience hip, back, ankle, or foot pain, we recommend taking a look at your shoes.

Often, they don’t offer much support, or they offer the wrong type of support for your foot. Our comfortable insoles offer the support you need and help alleviate the symptoms of bunions, heel pain, hip pain, knee pain, neuromas, and much more.

Our insoles have a unique design that gives support in all the right places. Our comfortable shoe inserts are made with quality materials that will keep the support for months.

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So, Where Do You Hurt?

Achilles Tendon Injury

Are you feeling pain in your lower leg or achilles tendon? Learn techniques for treating your pain.

View Our Achilles Tendon Injury Resources


Is your big toe red, swollen, or stiff? You may have bunions.

View Our Bunions Resources

Heel Pain/Plantar Fasciitis

Heel pain & plantar fasciitis is common among many adults. Learn how to treat it.

View Our Heel Pain/Plantar Fasciitis Resources

Hip Pain

A lot of things can cause hip pain. Being out of alignment is one of them. Learn more about this condition, including treatment tips.

View Our Hip Pain Resources

Knee Pain

Grating, crackling, or achy knee? There are many causes, including misalignment.

View Our Knee Pain Resources

Lower Back Pain

Do you have pain in your lower back? Is it restricting your motion or ability to do what you want? Our guide can help you feel better and do more!

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If there's burning or tingling in the ball of your foot, you may have a neuroma. Here's our treatment guide.

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Shin Splints

Shin splints are painful and hinder performance. Learn what causes them - and what to do about it.

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