Is a rigid or flexible deformation of the joint or articulation of any toe, which causes the tendon to contract or shrink causing a curved or bent finger position. This deformity interferes in the use of shoes since the toe rubs on the inside of them and eventually produces a callus.
It is important to know that these calluses are not a skin problem, but a problem caused by the deformity of the joint and cleaning them is not a solution since they grow back. Some treatments are performed for reducing pain such as the use of insoles or anti inflammatory injections.
Another solution is a minor surgery with local anesthesia, which does not require hospitalization and you can walk the same day.