- Pain or irritation associated with wearing shoes
- Corns that develop on the top, side, or end of the toes (corns are caused by friction or irritation from surrounding footgear or adjacent toes)
- Calluses can also develop on the ball of the foot as the fat pad is displaced due to the contracture of the toes
Treating a hammertoe has become a simple and often painless procedure with surgical advancements. Also there are many treatment options besides surgery.
Call Northern Foot & Ankle today and set an appointment with one of our board certified podiatrists to review treatment options for your hammertoe. Your feet don't have to hurt.