Mallet Toe is caused by the joint at the end of the toe being unable to straighten. When wearing tight fitting shoes, this joint can rub and become painful and inflamed. Constant rubbing can develop into a corn over time. Insoles for Mallet Toe inserted into the shoe can help position and support the toes to prevent this from occurring. Manufacturers specialised in dealing with mallet toes developed the Insoles for Mallet Toes in order to provide the support necessary to alleviate the pain caused from this condition.
Mallet Toes are caused by the joint at the end of the toe not being able to straighten properly. This often results in the toe pointing downwards, increasing the pressure on the joint when walking and causing pain and discomfort if not treated. The angle of the toe means the middle is heightened. This can rub against a shoe and increase the amount of pain being felt by the sufferer. If not treated, this can develop into a corn.
A mallet toe can be caused by ill-fitted or restricted shoes for a prolonged period of time, preventing the toe from stretching. Over time, this causes the tissue to contract and the toe is unable to stretch even when not in a shoe. Insoles for Mallet Toes have been developed by specialised manufacturers in order to help alleviate the pressure on the toe and ease the discomfort being felt because of this. The support team have been in close contact with the manufacturers to ensure the best support is being provided for your feet.
Shoe Insoles has a wide range of styles and sizes of Insoles for Mallet Toes. This means you can pick the ones that are most appropriate to you and your condition. An ill-fitted shoe can cause the damage in the first place - an ill-fitted insole can make things worse. But you can match your shoe size and even the style of shoe to ensure optimum comfort.
If you require further information about Insoles for Mallet Toes and the range offered here, please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the contact page found on this website.