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497 Possible Causes for Progressive Contractures, Toe Pain

  • Raynaud Phenomenon

    Painful ulcers and gangrene are fairly common and can be difficult to treat. In addition, a person may experience heartburn or difficulty in swallowing.[] As the disease progresses, skin and subcutaneous tissue of the fingers become stiffer, joints become immobile, and contractures develop.[] Ulcers develop over the fingertips or toe tips. Pain is unrelenting.[]

  • Arthritis

    Psoriatic arthritis can cause a painful, sausage-like swelling of your fingers and toes.[] Flexion contractures may require intensive exercise, casting, or immobilization (eg, splinting) in progressively more stretched-open positions.[] Pain in your spine.[]

  • Hemophilia

    This disease can lead to further symptoms such as: • progressive decreased motion • flexion contractures • muscle atrophy [1] The second most common presentation of hemophilia[]

  • Hallux Rigidus

    This condition, called hallux rigidus (meaning rigid or stiff big toe) causes the toe to be painful and difficult to bend.[] , arthrofibrosis, and progressive DJD, make the results of these procedures unpredictable.[] This causes big toe pain. This joint is important because it has to bend significantly every time you take a step.[]

  • Hammer Toe

    Complaints after operative procedures include a too straight toe, floating toe, painful toe recurvatum, mallet toe, pin track infection, broken hardware, and the necessity[] The contracture of the toes can be flexible (reducible) at first and can get rigid (non-reducible) as the deformity progresses.[] You can also use Foam Toe Spacers for corns between the toes, to prevent pressure between toes and help relieve pain of overlapping toes/toe drift and painful bunions.[]

  • Dupuytren Contracture

    Less commonly, it may affect the toes, known as Ledderhose disease, or the penis, called Peyronie's disease.[] This problem is caused by a progressive contracture (shortening) of the palmar fascia that produces flexion deformities of the fingers.[] Plantar Fascia Plantar Fasciitis Introduction Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the thick band of tissue that connects your heel bone to your toes.[]

  • Foot Deformity

    Unusually long toes often develop hammer toe deformities. Painful corns often develop in hammer toe deformity, particularly of the 5th toe.[] Abstract Melorheostosis often is disabling because of progressive contracture of the joint and soft tissue involved.[] As CMT progresses, contractures in the hand can lock the fingers in a flexed position, and in rare cases, severe proximal weakness can lead to scoliosis (side-to-side curvature[]

  • Supination Injury

    […] the foot hammertoes or clawed toes iliotibial band pain syndrome pain in the ball of the foot plantar fasciitis shin splints stress fractures in the feet and legs swelling[] […] to a fixed supination contracture as interosseous membrane stiffness, muscle shortening, and joint stiffness increases.10 The posture in forearm supination presents serious[] People who supinate too much are at greater risk of developing certain conditions and symptoms, including: ankle pain ankle sprains calluses or bunions on the outer edge of[]

  • Fibroma

    Pain Usually plantar fibromatosis is a painless situations.[] As the disease progresses, it may cause thickening of the cord and contractures of the digits, which, in turn, can cause pain.[] Sometimes this can produce pain that extends down to the toes. An MRI or biopsy may be performed to further evaluate the lump and aid in diagnosis.[]

  • Ledderhose Disease

    These lumps can be painful, especially when you walk. Though rare, the thickened skin can pull back on your toes.[] What is Dupuytren s contracture? Dupuytren's contracture is one of the potential symptoms of Dupuytren's disease when the disease progresses.[] What are the complications of Dupuytren’s contracture? Dupuytren’s contracture is a progressive condition.[]

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