Hammer's toes occur when the middle joint of the second, third, or fourth toes bends in an upward position, creating a claw-like or hammer look. Hammertoes are not a serious condition, but they can become quite painful, causing shooting pains and discomfort throughout your toes and feet, and soreness where the toe rubs the inside of the shoe. They can develop at any age, even adolescence. So, we have some exercises to relieve hammer toes.

  1. Toe Stretch

Sitting on the floor with your legs straight ahead of you, wrap a bath towel under your toes, and pull towards you so just the toes move. Hold for 30 seconds. This may also be done with your hands.

  1. Toe Taps

Sit on a chair and remove your sock. Extend your big toe down toward the floor while at the same time extending the rest of your toes up in the air. Hold for 10 seconds and then lightly tap the floor with your toes 12 times. Then reverse your toe position so the big toe is pointed up and the remaining toes pointing down. Repeat.

  1. Toe Crunches

Sit on a chair barefoot. Place a bath towel on the floor and place the upper half of your foot on top of the towel. While keeping your heel flat on the ground, crunch the towel up with your toes. Release and repeat 12 times.

  1. Toe Squeeze

Sitting in a chair, place your foot on your thigh. Slide your fingers in between your toes and squeeze your toes together, as if to pinch your fingers. Or you can wear our toe separators, which are perfect for this.

  1. Toe Rolls

Toe Rolls are not pastries – they’re an exercise similar to when you tap your fingers from side to side on a table. Stand barefoot on a flat surface. Lift all of your toes upwards off the ground together, then roll them down one at a time from the little toe to the big toe. Repeat 12 times, then change directions.

 

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