A bunion is a deformity of the bone at the base of the big toe, causing a deviation of the big toe and a bony lump to appear on the outside of the foot. It can be caused by a number of factors, including ill-fitting footwear, overly flexible joints, or a family history of the condition. It can cause discomfort, swelling and pain around the joint which can get worse if left untreated.

The Margaret Dabbs London Bunion Support helps to alleviate the pressure on the big toe joint by supporting the big toe and encouraging re-alignment of the joint and helping to slow the development of the bunion. When worn periodically, discomfort is reduced and confidence restored.

  • Place reinforced splint on side of foot and big toe directly over the short strap. Fold the short strap over the big toe in the direction of the remaining toes and pull velcro strap around the big toe and onto the aid
  • Wrap the remaining part of the aid across the foot and attach the velcro straps
  • Ensure all straps are secure. Adapt the aid into position as required
  • The support can be worn on a bare foot at times of relaxation to encourage the big toe joint to realign to the correct position. It should be worn initially for shorter periods of time, and the period of use built up; it should be fixed to remain comfortable and as the toe gets used to the support it can be tightened further to encourage joint mobility and normal alignment.


  • Helps to alleviate pressure on the big toe joint by supporting the big toe
  • Encourages normal alignment
  • Slows the deterioration of the development of the bunion


Dot not use on broken skin. Do not over tighten. Wear the Bunion Support initially for short periods of time and build up the period of use of the aid. Discontinue if the aid causes discomfort. Seek the advice of your foot specialist if you have concerns.

  1. Maureen Robinson (verified owner)

    I received my 1st purchase of a Bunion Splint a few days ago and after having purchased several other products, I can only say I shall never apply to any other supplier. I am uncertain if the particular splint Margaret Dabbs offers, is of their own design, though I believe it must be as it is of a superior quality others I have bought.
    I am So delighted, I have felt the ease and relief from a debilitating pain/discomfort that has been plaguing me for so many months. Even my family say I have my old smile back and laugh because I dance while cooking as I was always wont to do.
    Needless to say, I am a fan.

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Bunion Support

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Suitable for those with painful bunions, those at risk of developing a bunion, or those who are concerned about bunions, the Margaret Dabbs London Bunion Support alleviates pain and discomfort in the bunion joint.

  • Helps to re-align the big toe into the correct position and encourages normal alignment 
  • Helps to slow the deterioration of the bunion joint and to keep the joint mobile.
  • Helps to alleviate the pressure from the deviated big toe and supports the fore foot.