Several deformities of the feet relate to a claw-like bending of the small toes in a downward position, instead of pointing forward.
Depending upon where the 'bend' is in the toe determines if it is diagnosed a Claw toe, Mallet toe or Hammer toe.
Surgery to correct the hammer, mallet or claw toe deformity will usually permanently cure the formation of painful corns on skin overlying these joints by straightening them out and releasing any tight tissues around them.
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Introducing the newest member of the non-surgical team at The Westbourne Centre
We’re excited to announce the arrival of our new Aesthetic Nurse, Steph Harding, who has recently joined the non-surgical team here at The Westbourne Centre.Steph is a registered nurse specialising in Cosmetics and Aesthetics. She is a proud member of the British Association of Cosmetic...
Who will I see at my consultation?
Your surgical consultation will be with the consultant that will perform your surgery should you decide to proceed. We only offer nurse led consultations for our non-surgical treatments. You will likely see a nurse for some of your post-op appointments (to have stitches out, dressings changed...