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This girl was wearing a pair of those mesh type slipper shoes when she passed me walking out of the grocery store I could only get a quick glimps but I saw the blue polish showing through the mesh on her shoes so I figured I'd see if she was game for a litle foot filming. When I asked her she said OK and unlike most girls didnt even question why I was asking to film her feet, at one point she made mention that her feet wrere dirty but that certainly didnt seem to bother her at all....which I though was funny because I have had so many girls in the past refuse to let me film their soles because they though they were dirty....and they were no where near as soiled as this girls sexy soles...man a fresh pedicure and could you imagine what those long toes could do....WOW
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Treatment for Bunions and Hammertoes - San Francisco Podiatrist Union Square CA
Dr. Bill Metaxas discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments of Bunions and Hammertoes.
What Causes a Bunion?
A bunion is a prominence on the side of the foot by the big toe joint. The big toe may also be leaning over towards the smaller toes.You are usually born with the foot type that predisposes you to bunions. People with flat feet or really flexible feet are more prone to develop problems with bunions. Other causes are injury, rheumatoid arthritis and neurovascular disease. Over time, the mechanics of your foot and shoe gear increases the deformity of the bunion. Woman are more frequently affected, probably because of the types of shoes they wear.
What Causes Hammer Toes and Claw Toes?
The most common toe deformities are hammer toes, claw toes, and bone spurs. These involve the lesser toes (2nd through 5th toes). In a hammer toe, the toe is bent at the middle knuckle of the toe, while in a claw toe the toe is bent at both the middle knuckle and tip of the toe. A bone spur can occur anywhere on the toes but most commonly affects the 4th and 5th toes. Each of the deformities can create corns on the toes and in more severe cases redness, swelling, and even an open sore can develop. It is important to note that the corns are not a skin problem! They develop because the skin is being crushed and irritated between the bones in your toes and your shoe.
You are usually born with the foot type that predisposes you to hammer and claw toes. People with flat feet, high-arched feet, or really flexible feet are more prone to develop these problems. Other causes are excessively long toes, tendon imbalance, injury, rheumatoid arthritis, and neuromuscular disease. Over time, the mechanics of your foot and shoe gear increases the deformities. Women are more frequently affected, probably because of the type of shoe they wear and the use of tight stockings.
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