Diagnosis: Predislocation Metatarsal Phalangeal Joint

Predislocation Metatarsal Joint June 30, 2020 8:34 pm

Predislocation metatarsal phalangeal joint: a painful condition located under the toe area by the ball of the foot. This is an area where a particular joint (usually below the second or third toe) can become inflamed and sore from the constant pounding of the foot. A hammertoe may also develop. This adds more pressure to that individual ball. A customized orthotic with an offloading U pad will shield this painful joint from trauma and allow it to heal.

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