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claw finger

Today we are going to learn in depth about a fairly common deformity in the toes. the claw finger We are going to talk about what causes it, how to correct or avoid it, let's start. 

What is claw toe?

Claw finger is a deformity in which one or more fingers of the hand or toe are abnormally flexed, adopting a curved or claw-shaped shape. The joint of the finger closest to the ankle is turned upward and the joints of the other fingers are turned downward. The toe looks like a claw. Some of the most common symptoms are. 

• Hardness and calluses on the back or base of the toe caused by excessive friction with footwear. 

• Inflammation of the interphalangeal joints that causes pain when playing sports.

• Pain in the area of the toe of the foot, which bothers when carrying out activities of daily living such as walking uphill or downhill. If you experience these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention for an accurate diagnosis. 

We move forward with, what causes the claw toe?

These deformities occur when the various joints of the foot flex, also called hyperextension, or bend excessively due to continuous pressure on the toes, or the front of the foot. Among the most frequent causes we must point out: use of inappropriate footwear. These deformations are often due to the habitual use of incorrect footwear, high heels or shoes with narrow and tight toes. This type of footwear causes an imbalance in the muscles and tendons of the foot, leading to the formation of these deformities, in addition to other foot pathologies such as bunions. muscle or joint alterations. Toe deformities, especially claw toes, can also arise from muscle or joint problems caused by bunions, cavus, flat or valgus feet or from injuries that have affected the shape of the bones of the feet. hereditary factors. This pathology begins to be noticed after 2 years of age; if it is not treated in time, it can worsen over the years. 

How to avoid or control claw toe?

Physical therapy, which includes stretching and strengthening exercises for the feet and toes. Medications may be prescribed to relieve pain and reduce inflammation. If conservative approaches do not work, surgery may also be an option to correct the deformity. In mild cases, orthotics such as splints or toe separators may be used to keep the toe in a corrected position. 

In the Puramás brand we have the best products for the claw finger. 

How do they work? They have different ways to use, and it depends on the severity of your claw toe, but they all serve their purpose. Avoid or improve the finger. You can use the one you like the most and that suits your needs, we have 6 references available for this deformity. The most important benefits of our products are: Separate the toes, absorbing pressure and improving alignment. Reduces finger overlap, calluses and malformations. They adapt to different foot and toe morphologies. Its quality is exclusive, made under strict quality standards with a satisfied or refunded guarantee. The most important features are: It is unisex and ambidextrous. They are soft and comfortable for your feet. They are durable and very resistant

claw toe explanation.

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