Toe Deformities Treatment in Adelaide

Toe deformities can result from various causes such as bone deformities, congenital disabilities, strokes, or conditions affecting ligaments and tendons.

Symptoms of Toe Deformities

Toe deformities can manifest as differently shaped toes, including curling of the second to fifth toes. Common deformities like hammer toe, claw toe, mallet toe, and ingrown toenails can cause difficulty in finding suitable footwear. They often lead to issues like constant rubbing, friction, calluses, corns, cracked heels, and occasionally infections.

These conditions may also impact walking patterns. At Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide, we specialize in diagnosing and treating issues stemming from toe deformities.

Toe Deformities Treatment Adelaide

Why Choose Us for Your Care?

At KMW Podiatry, we provide exceptional podiatry services across Adelaide, ensuring every patient receives personalized, high-quality care.

Health Scheme Support

We support patients under Workcover, EPC, NDIS, DVA, and other government schemes, providing consistent care for everyone.

Latest Technologies

We adopt the latest technologies to offer advanced podiatric care, providing innovative solutions for your foot health.

Convenient Locations

With clinics in private hospitals and GP clinics, our services are easily accessible, making it convenient for you to receive top-notch care.

24/7 Emergency Help

We are available around the clock for emergency assistance, ensuring you get the help you need whenever you need it.

Treatment Options for Toe Deformities

After a detailed assessment, some treatment strategies may include:

Shoe Wear Adjustment

If you are experiencing complications due to toe deformities, please do not hesitate to contact Keep Me Walking Podiatry on 1800962113 today to book an appointment.

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FAQs for Toe Deformities Treatment

Hammertoe and mallet toe are foot deformities that happen due to an imbalance in the muscles, which normally hold the toe straight. The type of shoes you wear, foot structure, and certain disease processes can contribute to the development of these deformities.

Foot deformities happen as a result of a genetic defect, or birth injury. Sometimes, such deformities are hereditary. They may also, in some cases, result from the harmfulness to the baby of specific prescriptions the mother has ingested during pregnancy.

Because of muscle imbalances, older toes tend to curl into “claw toes.” And older people especially older women are prone to developing bunions, in the big toe that causes the end of the metatarsal bone at the base of the toe to angle out.

If you have a toe deformity such as a hammer toe, mallet toe or claw toe but it is asymptomatic and does not cause you any complications in your daily life, surgery is not required.