12 Feb Foot Deformities
There are many factors that cause foot deformity. However, the most common reasons are listed as follows.
– hallux valgus: Deformity of the thumb. (Thumb protrusion)
– Hammer toe: Curling that may occur in the second and third fingers.
– Congenital introversion in the 5th finger.
– 5. Callus formation on the outer edge of the finger.
– Excessive length in the 2nd finger.
– Calluses on the soles of the feet caused by bone structure.
– Deformities due to bone shortness.
– Congenital disorders.
– Bone protrusions.
- Dinsoles associated deformities.
– Foot deformities due to neurological diseases.
– Deformities due to old foot fractures.
Surgery is possible in early diagnosis Hallux Valgus Although it is thought of as an aesthetic problem, there is a serious health problem underlying it. The joint becomes completely dislocated and displaced. This condition causes loss of joint cartilage and brings with it serious pain. So much so that it becomes difficult for untreated patients to even walk in the later stages. Early diagnosis plays a major role in the treatment of foot deformity. The cartilage problem is corrected with surgery. Only if the disease progresses, deformities that cannot be corrected even with surgery may be encountered.