Toe Deformities

Toe Deformities

ToeDeformities

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    A flexible or rigid change of position of any toe.

  • “My toes look all crunched up”
  • “I just want to straighten out my toe”
  • “If I just push it down, I can make it stay”
  • “My toes cross over” or “My toes go over top of each other”

  • Claw Toe
  • Hammer Toe
  • Mallet Toe
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Custom Foot Orthotics
  • Bunion-Aid Night Splint
  • Correct Toes
  • Custom Toe Cradle
  • Shoe Stretching
  • Shoe Modifications
  • Hammer Toe Crest
  • Arch Suppots
  • Metatsarsal Support
  • Single or Double Toe Loops
  • Silicone Toe Spacer
  • Carbon Fibre Spring Plate
  • Custom Shoes

  • Supportive Footwear
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Taping
  • Exercise

    Symptoms can be reduced significantly, but toe deformities usually are progressive in nature. The goal of any non-invasive treatment will be to slow down the progression and keep you comfortable.

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    A flexible or rigid change of position of any toe.

  • “My toes look all crunched up”
  • “I just want to straighten out my toe”
  • “If I just push it down, I can make it stay”
  • “My toes cross over” or “My toes go over top of each other”

  • Claw Toe
  • Hammer Toe
  • Mallet Toe
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Custom Foot Orthotics
  • Bunion-Aid Night Splint
  • Correct Toes
  • Custom Toe Cradle
  • Shoe Stretching
  • Shoe Modifications
  • Hammer Toe Crest
  • Arch Suppots
  • Metatsarsal Support
  • Single or Double Toe Loops
  • Silicone Toe Spacer
  • Carbon Fibre Spring Plate
  • Custom Shoes

  • Supportive Footwear
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Taping
  • Exercise

    Symptoms can be reduced significantly, but toe deformities usually are progressive in nature. The goal of any non-invasive treatment will be to slow down the progression and keep you comfortable.

    A flexible or rigid change of position of any toe.

  • “My toes look all crunched up”
  • “I just want to straighten out my toe”
  • “If I just push it down, I can make it stay”
  • “My toes cross over” or “My toes go over top of each other”

  • Claw Toe
  • Hammer Toe
  • Mallet Toe
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Custom Foot Orthotics
  • Bunion-Aid Night Splint
  • Correct Toes
  • Custom Toe Cradle
  • Shoe Stretching
  • Shoe Modifications
  • Hammer Toe Crest
  • Arch Suppots
  • Metatsarsal Support
  • Single or Double Toe Loops
  • Silicone Toe Spacer
  • Carbon Fibre Spring Plate
  • Custom Shoes

  • Supportive Footwear
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Taping
  • Exercise

    Symptoms can be reduced significantly, but toe deformities usually are progressive in nature. The goal of any non-invasive treatment will be to slow down the progression and keep you comfortable.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.