Toe conditions can be the result of hereditary or congenital causes or acquired over time. Often footwear can exacerbate problems. Sometime these can be managed with simple conservative non-surgical treatment, but other times may require surgery to correct the problem. Below are a few of the more common foot problems.
Arthritis of the big toe joint
You have developed arthritis of the big toe joint. This is often associated with a bony bump(s) on the side or top of the joint. This bump may have become red and sore and is often called a 'Bunion'. Read more >>
Your big toe joint has moved out of alignment. This causes the big toe to turn towards your second toe causing a bony bump to stick out at the side of your foot. This bump may have become red and sore and is known as a 'Bunion' Read more >>
Lesser Toe Claw-Mallet-Hammer Toe
The toes have buckled making some of the joint prominent. This causes rubbing on the joints making them red and painful. Read more >>
Tailor's Bunion Surgery (Osteotomy)
Your little toe has turned towards your fourth toe causing a bony bump to stick out at the side of your foot. Read more >>