Dangers of a Longer Second Toe
Having a longer second toe causes your weight distribution to be thrown off and it affects your posture. A longer second toe can cause back and foot problems. A longer second toe increases your risk for developing hammertoes and bunions. Correcting this abnormality with orthotics can improve your body’s alignment and strengthen your athletic performance.*
Proper footwear with a wide toe box can help accommodate a longer second toe. Your podiatrist can also provide orthotics that will support your arch and help keep your foot aligned.
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