Non-surgical procedures, such as physical therapy, lifestyle changes, and orthotics, have been used for many years to help alleviate symptoms associated with various conditions, including bunions. In some cases, these non-surgical methods can be effective in reducing pain and improving function without the need for surgery.
Non-surgical procedures are becoming increasingly popular as more people are looking for alternative treatment options that are less invasive and have a shorter recovery period. In addition, advances in technology and new non-surgical procedures such as stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine are being developed and may provide additional treatment options in the future.
However, it’s important to note that non-surgical methods may not always be effective or appropriate for every condition, and in some cases, surgery may be the best option. A healthcare provider will be able to evaluate the patient’s condition and recommend the best course of treatment, whether it is surgical or non-surgical.
Overall, non-surgical procedures are a good alternative to surgery, but it’s important to evaluate each case individually and consider all options before making a decision.