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They are hammer toes, claw toes, mallet toes and trigger toes. A hammer toe can be best described as an abnormal contraction or “buckling” of a toe at the joint(s). This occurs due to a partial or complete dislocation of one of the joints that form the toe. As the toe continues to be deformed, it will press up against the shoe and may cause corns. There are two joints in the lesser toes and one joint in the large toe. If the deformity occurs in the lesser toes in the joint nearest the nail, it is called a mallet toe. If the deformity occurs in the lesser toes and in the joint nearest the foot, it is called a hammer toe. If the deformity in the lesser toes involves both of the joints, then the toe is referred to as a claw toe. If the deformity occurs in the large toe, it is known as a trigger toe.
In severe cases a mallet toe, trigger toe, claw toe or a hammer toe may create downward pressure on the foot which can result in hard skin and corns on the soles of the feet. May also be accompanied by:
Good Feet’s Exercisers series or maintainer series of arch supports may help relieve pain and discomfort commonly associated with bunions and neuromas. Visit a Good Feet Store to be personally fit for the supports that work best for you.
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