Kim Holistic Foot & Ankle Center

701 E 28th St. #111, Long Beach, CA 90806
Overlapping and Underlapping Toes

Overlapping and Underlapping Toes

Any one of the toes can overlap or underlap, pushing on adjacent toes and causing irritation. Pain, inflammation and small corns or areas of built up tissue may result. This deformity also can interfere with the normal function of the foot, and if left untreated, may lead to enlargement of bone or bone spur formation.

 

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