ValguLoc II bunion splint relieves the metatarsophalangeal joint and can help achieve a pain-free movement of the big toe if used in the early stages of hallux valgus (bunion). A long-term progression of the misalignment can be prevented.
An adjustable joint holds the toe at a predetermined angle, at which extension and flexion are prevented or can be permitted gradually.
- Individually mobilisable
- Flat construction
- Simple to fit
- Ideal as a toe splint for a broken big toe
Items must be in original condition, with original undamaged packaging and not have been used apart for testing for correct sizing.
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How to achieve the perfect fit
Sizing for this big toe splint is universal.
The ValguLoc II should feel snug and firm but not constrictive. All Bauerfeind big toe splints have a 1 year warranty and qualify for our 30 day size exchange policy.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is true medical-grade compression?
Gradient compression means the compression is strongest farthest away from the center of the body/heart and slowly loosens as it goes closer to the center of the body.
Medical-grade compression levels are in the “sweet spot” for improving circulation and removing lactic-acid and other fluid build up. Unlike most other 'active wear' and retail compression available in Australia (that are not gradient and provide much lower grade compression), Bauerfeind compression is true medical grade.
What’s the difference between the Performance and Recovery lines?
Sports Supports are ideal for shorter bursts of intense activity (like a workout or a basketball game), whereas Medical Supports are softer and more comfortable for all-day wear.
Sports braces and supports are great for injury prevention, but if you already have an injury you're trying to recover from, we’d recommend going with a Recovery brace or support.
What is proprioception?
Succeeding at your sport relies on your coordination and confidence, and gaining awareness of your body’s movements is essential to improving performance and preventing an injury.