The big toe joint is one of the first and most common placed in the body to develop arthritis.
Reduced motion and enlargement of the joint can cause pain when walking and difficulty in fitting shoes comfortably. Arthritis can also affect any of the other joints in the foot and will progress slowly over the years.
Management of arthritis can include medication, orthoses and changes in footwear.
There are also a number of surgical techniques that can eliminate painful arthritis of the big toe and in other areas of the foot.
We can assist you in the best way to manage arthritis by both conservative and with the various surgical options.