Pain in the 2nd Toe While Walking

Pain in the 2nd Toe While Walking depends first on whether the pain is coming from the base of the second toe joint or whether the toe itself is hurting.

 

 

 

If the tip of the toe, rather than the base of the toes or the ball of the foot is actually what is hurting then follow this guide:

Pain in the 2nd Toe While Walking

The Actual Toe Hurts

 

Most Common Causes of Pain in the 2nd Toe While Walking

Second toe pain is extremely common because the second toe is usually the longest toe in the foot and as we push off it absorbs almost all of the body weight, especially when we are running! The most common cause of second toe pain is hammer toes, callus pain, calluses, swollen toes that may be broken and predislocation syndrome. These are the most common causes of second toe pain in descending order:

If your toes are crooked and painful they are called hammer toes. This will usually lead to calluses on the tip, bottom and top of the toes. Learn how to treat them!

There are many causes of black toenails, but blood buildup under your toenails is the most common cause. This is especially common if you have started running or wearing new shoes recently. Learn how to treat them!

The toe could be swollen for many reasons, including trauma. Learn how to treat them!

A corn is a hard pebble like callus that forms on the tip, on top and in between the toes. Learn how to treat them!

A callus is usually associated with corns and hammer toes on your toes. Learn how to treat them!

This occurs usually in the second toe, especially if it feels loose or starts to cross over.

 

Pain in the 2nd Toe While Walking due your Nails

Second toe pain is also very commonly caused as a result of nail injuries that you can learn about here such as thick nails that won’t get thinner and ingrown toenails:

Nail Diseases of the Second Toe

 

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