Re: short toes

: Can you please explain and give me the medical terminology for: toes that appear tinier than normal size toes? For example, my third and forth toes are the same size as my fifth toe. I was once told that this is considered a bone abnormality, and would like more information.

Did you ever get an answer to this? Just curious.

Posted By Deb on May 20, 2004 at 16:26:43:

In Reply to: short toes posted by Talz on April 07, 2001 at 20:07:37:

The Active Ankle offers flexibility and security. It will feel different from anything you have ever worn for ankle protection. The hinge allows freedom of motion that you may not be accustomed to. Do not mistake this freedom of movement for lack of support. A leading university said, the Active Ankle provides more support (inversion) than the leading air-stirrup brace, the leading lace-up brace, or a tape job.

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