Like with many conditions, if you start to treat Hallux Rigidus early on, you can slow down its progression and get on the road to recovery sooner. If you notice your big toe feels stiff or aches after a long day on your feet and no amount of rest seems to make a difference, you may be developing a condition known as Hallux Rigidus.
If you think this may be the case, it’s best to get medical advice and treatment early on so you have useful tips on keeping your toes strong and mobile so that you can carry on with your daily activities without pain. At Yeargain Foot & Ankle, we believe in therapeutic care. The more therapy you can do at home, the better it is for your recovery and progress.
In this blog, we’ll look at what Hallux Rigidus is and what causes this condition in your big toe. We also offer five simple Hallux Rigidus exercises you can do to ensure your toes remain strong and flexible. These simple Hallux Rigidus exercises will help you experience less stiffness and pain in your big toe.