People with bunion deformities often have to deal with the added pain of a hammertoe, an abnormal bend in the smaller toes. The result can range from pain wearing certain types of shoes to open sores from constant rubbing against the inside of the shoe.
As with bunions, a change in shoewear may be all that’s needed to alleviate the problem. Padding, inserts, and corticosteroid injection are also options. Surgical realignment of the toe may also be recommended, and is typically performed as an outpatient procedure
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