Hallux Limitus (hallux = big toe, limitus = limited) is a condition in which your big toe is limited in its movement. It is thought of as a progressive and degenerative form of arthritis where increasing pain and decreasing range of motion dictate severity.
Pain and stiffness in the big toe (even at rest)
Swelling and inflammation around the joint
Altered walking pattern due to pain at the big toe joint
Fallen arches or excessive pronation of the feet
Structural abnormalities of the foot that can lead to osteoarthritis
Overuse: those who squat or bend down a lot
Injury: stubbing your toe
Footwear with a rocker sole
Custom foot orthotics
Shockwave therapy, Laser therapy
What are the next steps?
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