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HammertoeOverview
Hammer toes affects both joints of a toe, causing the toe to bend upwards at the proximal joint (the joint closest to the foot) and down at the distal joint (the one farthest away from the foot). The resulting unnatural bend is often compared to an upside down 'V' and also to a hammer or a claw (The condition is sometimes referred to as clawtoe or clawfoot). A similar condition, in which the first joint of a toe simply bends downward, is called mallet toe. Since the arched bending of hammertoe often causes the toe to rub against the top of the shoe's toe box and against the sole, painful corns and calluses develop on the toes. Hammertoe can also be a result of squeezing within a too-small or
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Hammer ToeOverview
Hammertoe is foot deformity that typically affects second, third or fourth toes. The condition is called hammertoe because of the unnatural position your toes form. Hammertoe causes your toe to bend upward at the middle joint in a way that looks similar to a hammer. While it may not be painful at first, this condition usually worsens with time and it becomes difficult to extend your toes. Sometimes, calluses or corns form in association with hammertoe.

Causes
Wearing shoes that squeeze the toes or high heels that jam the toes into the front of the shoe. Other causes or factors in the development of hammertoes can include an injury such as badly stubbing your toe, arthritis and nerve and muscle damage from diseases such
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Bunions Some people have massive bunions that aren?t that painful but cause difficulties with shoes, while others have relatively small bunions that are very painful. However, just because you have Hallux valgus doesn?t mean you?ll get the bursa. Pressure from the big toe joint can lead to a deformity in the joint of the second toe, pushing it toward the third toe and so on. Likewise, if the second toe and big toe cross over, it can be difficult to walk. Once the big toe leans toward the second toe, the tendons no longer pull the toe in a straight line, so the problem tends to get progressively worse. This condition can also encourage corns and calluses to develop.

Causes
The underlying cause is a deformity of the joint
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With a bunion deformity, conservative treatments such as wearing prescription foot orthotics and/or the Bunion Aid® bunion splint and switching to proper-fitting shoes can reduce bunion pain and stabilize one’s foot mechanics. If the bunion is painful, an x-ray examination is performed. If the deformity is severe and the degrees of bunion deviation of the big toe is large enough, I will suggest that the patient consider bunion surgery I will then recommend a procedure or multiple procedures to eliminate the bunion pain, stabilize the deformity, and straighten the big toe for improved foot function and appearance. This story sounds far-fetched by is frighteningly commonplace. One study, that won an award from the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, on foot fracture patterns showed that Primary Care Physicians and Emergency Room Physicians missed 98.4% of the radiographic abnormalities that were actually visible on the x ray films that indicate this kind of inury pattern. A
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Second degree pronation is simply morerotation to the midline. Some minor leg aches at night, justafter you go to sleep may occur. Shoes do turn, and heel wear isworse. Some may complain of arch pain or pressure in the innerknee. For flat feet, pes planus, just weargood solid shoes that do not bend in the arch. If you arepronating with it, look for solid heel counters in shoes to helphold you erect. If in pain, consult a doctor. They usually startwith a stronger shoe, and then may add a pre-fab arch support orgo directly to a custom arch support. An important point to note is that one need not be flat-footed to suffer from over-pronation. Alternatively people with a normal-to-low arch condition might be prone to this. Neither a normal sitting posture nor standing upright stresses the arches or shows a high degree of over-pronation respectively. However this condition manifests the moment one starts walking as the arches collapse and ankles roll inwards. If you are suffering from over-p
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