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For the past year or so I've suffered pain in my big toe joint (Metatarsophalangeal Joint) when walking. At the start it only happened infrequently and only after long walks. Then it started happening more frequently and during shorter walks; now it can happen at any time.
The pain only occurs when I put pressure on the foot, i.e. when I'm walking, and it goes away after a bit of a rest.
I went to the doctor who looked at my foot and noticed that my toes were bent inwards (from years of buying trainers that were too small when I was younger). He recommnded that I buy some toe separators.
I was wondering if anyone has experienced a similar problem and had success with toe separators? If so, which ones would you recommend? I found some that look good (http://www.happy-toes.eu/), but they're relatively expensive. I don't mind paying the high price if they're good, but if there are cheaper alternatives that will do an equally good job then of course I'll get those!
Cheers for any help.
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