What Is A Hammertoe?
What Are The Symptoms Of Hammertoe?
How Do I Treat Hammertoe?
- Corn pads
- Stretching and strengthening your toe and toe and foot muscles
- Roomier footwear
- Custom orthotics that help reposition and take pressure off of your toes
The sooner you treat hammertoe the better – hammertoe is a progressive condition. Left untreated, hammertoe can worsen and require surgery If your toes appear bent or you are experiencing toe mobility, schedule best foot care appointment with our licensed chiropodists (foot specialists), use the booking form below or contact our clinic directly at 416-769-FEET(3338).
Drop-in shoe fitting for hammertoe is also offered.
Our Toronto foot clinic is open Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturdays 10am-4pm. You do not need a referral to become a patient at our Foot clinic.
What Causes Hammertoe?
How Do I Prevent Hammertoe?
- Avoid pointy-toed flats, dress shoes or pumps
- Avoid high heels
- Shoes with laces are highly recommended so that you will have more control over how tight your shoes are
- Correct abnormal biomechanics that can cause hammertoes
If you need assistance choosing hammertoe-friendly footwear, our Chiropodists (foot specialists) can assist you in selecting supportive and accommodative sandals, shoes, and boots that conform to the unique physiology and biomechanical needs of your feet.
Our foot clinic shoe is open six days a week and offers a large selection of footwear that can accommodate hammertoes. No appointment required.
Book an appointment for hammertoes
You do not need a referral to become a patient at our foot clinic. Schedule an appointment by using the Appointment Request form below or contact the clinic at 416-769-FEET(3338).This form is currently undergoing maintenance. Please try again later.