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Hammer Toe Treatment

A hammer toe is a deformity where a toe bends downward at the middle joint, resembling a hammer. This condition can occur in any toe but is most commonly found in the second or third toe. It can be painful and may lead to other foot problems if not treated.

Causes of Plantar Warts:

Hammer toes are often caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes with narrow toe boxes, but they can also be a result of muscle imbalance, trauma, or certain medical conditions like arthritis.



Diagnosis typically involves:


Treatment options for hammer toe include:


Surgical treatment may be considered for severe hammer toes that do not respond to conservative treatments. Surgery may involve tendon transfers, joint fusions, or removal of bone to straighten the toe.


Preventing hammer toe involves choosing the right footwear that provides ample room for your toes and offers proper arch support. It’s also crucial to pay attention to any changes in the structure or alignment of your toes, as early detection and treatment can prevent the condition from worsening.

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