Dr. Liza shared her expertise on bunion correction with Women's Health. Read an expert from the article below:
Dr. Egbogah recommends massaging your feet with a massage ball or massager to improve how your bunions feel and look. "Doing foot exercises and wearing supportive slippers at home will also help," she explains. "While the bony growth won’t shrink, the inflamed area around the bunion will be less and this will make them look smaller." Like Dr. Garcia, she says the wearing proper footwear is important. A slipper she helped develop, the Dr. Liza slipper, has a great orthotic footbed, which prevents you from overpronation (rolling in on your feet, which aggravates bunions), she says.