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Toes

A Morton’s neuroma occurs when tissue grows and presses on a nerve in your toes. It can cause pain in the ball of your foot, and pain, burning, and tingling in the toes. The main causes are wearing high heels and tight shoes.
Experiencing big toe pain can also cause pain when walking, swelling in the toe, or discoloration of the big toe. Common causes of pain in the big toe are a broken or sprained big toe, nerve damage, or gout. Read below for information on more causes and big toe joint pain treatments.
Toenail pain often comes along with a bruise under the nail, a black toenail, or infected skin around the toenail. The most common cause of toenail pain is an ingrown toenail, a fungal infected toenail, or a trauma-related injury to the toenail which can also cause blood under the nail. Read below for more information on additional causes and how to treat a painful toenail.
Dry skin between the toes is usually caused by a fungal infection known as athlete's foot. Other causes for cracks between toes can arise from contact dermatitis or skin infections. Read on for more information about causes and treatment options.
Most people have experienced numbness in hands or arms from everyday occurrences like sleeping on your arm or holding a certain position too long. But, what about numbness in toes? Numb toes aren't as common, and can be worrisome. Causes include circulatory, systemic disease, environmental, and inflammatory, so it's important to contact your doctor. Read below to learn more about what causes toe numbness, possible treatments, and more.
Common toe pain causes include bunions & toenail problems. Toe injuries (sprains & fractures) and medical problems (gout & diabetes) can also cause toe pain.
Individuals with swollen toes may also be experiencing pain, discoloration of the toes, or limited range of motion. Common causes of toes swelling include bacterial or fungal infection of the toe or toenail, an injury to the toes that may also cause purple toes, or inflammation of the toe joints. Gout is a common form of arthritis that causes swollen big toes. Read below for more causes and treatment options for swollen toe.
Wondering why your toes are red? You may have an underlying skin condition like a fungal infection, cellulitis, or an allergic reaction. Other causes of a red, inflamed toes include trauma from an injury to the foot or arthritis. Read below for more information on causes and treatment options.