Toe Deformities

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Toe deformities are a deviation from the regular anatomy of the toe, or simply put, toes that aren’t straight. Genetics, poor footwear, and trauma are all factors that can lead to anatomical deformations. These include bunions, hammer toes, retracted and clawed digits, mallet toes, marionettes and overlapping toes.

Each deformity is examined on a case-by-case basis. Available treatment options include: using supportive footwear, incorporating padding and toe spacers, or custom-fit orthotics.

Contact us to set up an assessment to determine the cause of your toe deformities, and discuss what options are available to you.

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