Why Do Diabetic Feet Develop Hammertoes?

When a toe contracts, it usually straightens back out. Over time, either due to arthritis, diabetes, or overuse, it can stay in a clawed or hammered position causing problems. For people without nerve damage (neuropathy), it can be painful. For people with neuropathy, it can cause ulcers. There are a few other types of toe … Continue reading Why Do Diabetic Feet Develop Hammertoes?