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Epithelium evenly distributes pressure and limits the formation of corns on the tops of toes, at the same time relieving pains caused by pressure on the ball of the foot. Absorbs perspiration. Can be machine washed. Priced per pair. Provides warmth to the tips of toes.

£21.86
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Allowing the toes to stretch comfortably while redistributing weight, they prevent the formation of soft and dorsal corns. Their shape means they adapt perfectly to the space located under the toes. Large - Male, Small - Female.

£21.86

To protect and to alleviate pain due to friction and over pressure on top of the toes (corns, hammer, claw toes..)

£22.95

1 sheet 22.5cm x 45cm in 2mm, 5mm, 7mm or 10mm thickness. Chiropody Felt. The weave provides added resilience and performance for optimum pressure absorption. For protection of corns and callus/hard skin.

From £7.95

1 Sheet 22.5cm x 45cm 100% cotton fleecy surface with hypoallergenic adhesive backing. Use this product to protect sore areas of your feet - just cut to size and stick on your foot. Sheet of fine, thin brushed padding which can be stretched, helping to reduce friction on the ball of the foot/toes/bunion etc. (2.5mm in thickness)

Fleecy Web is 100% cotton padding with a raised fleecy surface.

£5.50

• Use – to ease discomfort from hammer, claw and mallet toes
• Flexible toe loop easily fits over toe to stay in place
• Washable, durable and non-allergenic
Can be used on left or right foot
One per pack, Suitable for diabetics.

£3.00

Flesh tinted latex foam which is ideal for use in compression. 1 Sheet 22.5cm x 45cm

From £8.95

Slim, anti-friction covering with soft brushed surface. Available in two sizes. ON A ROLL 28cm x 58cm and 28cm x 2.50cm.

From £6.50

Comfortable, soft, open cell polyurethane foam with highly compressible with instantaneous recovery and ideal for light cushioning

From £5.60

1 SHEET - 22.5cm x 45cm. Flesh tinted polyurethane foam with white fleecy surface for the soft touch.

From £6.55

Sold as singles. A latex foam mould covered in leather with an adjustable metluxe elastic loop to fit over the toe.

Provide under support to curled toes and relieve the discomfort of hammer toes, mallet toes and claw toes by providing protection against soreness at the tip of the toes.

Toe props can also prevent corns and hard skin from developing on the feet.

£3.99

1 sheet 22.5cm x 45cm in 5mm or 7mm thickness. flesh tinted latex swanfoam with soft, raised cotton swansdown surface and specialised weave provides added resilience and performance.

£8.95

Sold in singles. A latex foam mould covered in leather with an elastic loop to fit over the toe.

Provide under support to curled toes and relieve the discomfort of hammer toes, morton's neuroma, mallet toes and claw toes by providing protection against soreness at the tip of the toes.

Toe props can also prevent corns and hard skin from developing on the feet.

£3.99
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Protects toes from friction & alleviates footwear pressure. Helps relieve painful corns, calluses and hammer toe pain. The gel allows for custom placement.

From £17.95
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The Gel Toe Crest provides maximum comfort and reduces pressure on the toes and metatarsals. The soft silicone gel will not bottom out like foam and the reinforced toe loop increases durability. This product is washable and reusable.

£15.95

Taping loops are worn under the socks and almost all shoes to correct a foot bunion and hammer toes. Wear for one hour to begin with and increase to 8 hours as it takes time for the joint structures to get used to the loop.

£14.90

Hammer Toes: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention

What are Hammer Toes?

Hammer Toes occur when one or both joints of the second, third, fourth, or fifth (little) toes start to bend. This abnormal bending can put pressure on the toe when wearing shoes, causing various problems such as pain on the toes when wearing shoes, corns on the toes and calluses (hard skin) on the bottom of the toe or on the ball of the foot.

Corns and calluses can be painful and make it difficult to find comfortable shoes. But even without corns and calluses, Hammer Toes can cause pain because the joint itself may become dislocated.

What Causes Hammer Toes?

The most common cause of Hammer Toes is a muscle/tendon imbalance. This imbalance, which leads to a bending of the toe, results from mechanical (structural) changes in the foot that occur over time in some people.

Hammer Toes are often aggravated by shoes that don't fit properly—for example, shoes that crowd the toes. Occasionally, Hammer Toes are caused by some kind of trauma, such as a previously broken toe. In some people, Hammer Toes are inherited.

This information is for guidance only. If you are in doubt at all, please consult your nearest health professional.