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Curly Toes

Curly Toes is a common condition that is usually present at birth, but becomes more obvious during childhood. It tends to occur in the third, fourth or fifth toe of one or both feet.

A baby's feet with little toes bent behind fourth toe.

If your child has a problem which does not improve as you would expect with self-care, you should contact a healthcare professional for advice. This may be your GP, Pharmacist, NHS Podiatry Service or a Private Podiatrist. 

Please make sure your podiatrist is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and look out for the letters HCPC after their name. 

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