Yorkshire Foot Hospital

Part of the Lawrence Clinic Group

4-6 Greenside, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8PU

Call: 0113 2900 310

Arthritis in the Toes

Are You Suffering from Arthritis in your toes?

Arthritis commonly attacks the toes. Sometimes the cartilage in the toe joints wears away and tissue may become inflamed and cause pain or aching. Classic symptoms are either general pain in the toes or pain in the big toe.

If you are suffering from pain in your toes and are not sure if the pain is due to arthritis, book an appointment with Mr.Tony Wilkinson or Mr.Steve Finney they  will be able to determine whether the pain is caused by arthritis or from another cause.

Symptoms of Arthritis to Watch Out for Include:

  • Pain between the toes
  • Stiffness
  • Swelling
  • Clicking and popping noises
  • A change in appearance
  • Heat from inflammation.

Halix Rigidus: Arthritis of the Big Toe

Arthritis of the big toe can occur from injury in the past or another medical condition. Sometimes Halux Rigidus – big toe pain – can be caused by an infection of the joint or gout.

How The Yorkshire Foot Hospital Can help

Orthotics may help this condition, or a steroid injection into the joint under a local anaesthetic.

If none of the above treatments are working an operation may be helpful in this condition.