My Toes Hurt to Walk On
My Toes Hurt to Walk On due to three three main reasons: Nail Problems, Toe Problems and Ball of the Foot Problems. Nail pain is usually caused by ingrown toenails and very thick fungal nails. It is also possible to have a black toenail that is the results of blood buildup. Toe pain can occur due to hammer toes and swollen toes. While the cause of ball of the foot pain can be caused by metatarsalgia and capsulitis most commonly.
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Nails are usually in pain because they can get long toenails and thick which creates a great deal of pain when the toes are pressing against the floor and the shoes. These nails are usually infected with nail fungus that would need to be removed if the nails were to become normal again. These nails are at a very high risk for becoming ingrown toenails.
You may also develop severe calluses around the toes and the nails.
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The most common causes of small toe pain are hammer toes,swollen toes, corns, blisters, calluses, predislocation syndrome and crossing toes. Each of these problems are explained and treated in the above guide.
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The most common problems associated with the big toe joints are a bunion which is a big toe that is angled in, hallux limitus which is a stiff big toe joint with very little motion and sesamoiditis which is pain underneath the big toe joint.
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