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Morton neuroma is a nerve injury that commonly causes thickening and pain between the third and fourth toes, according to MedlinePlus. Other common causes of toe pain include ingrown toenails, blisters, corns, calluses and other injuries, according to MedicineNet.


Common causes of pain in the big toe include gout, bunions or ingrown toenails, according to WebMD. Hammer or claw toe, turf toe, sesamoid fractures, corns, and calluses may also cause pain in the big toe.


Causes of a painful big toe include arthritis, gout, injury or a bunion, explains WebMD. People with a hammertoe or claw toes often develop calluses near the big toe that can irritate the skin and cause pain.


Little toe pain may be caused by several factors including high-impact exercise, improperly fitting shoes and various medical conditions, says the University of Maryland Medical Center. Jogging, for example, may cause toe injuries, high-heeled shoes put undue pressure o...


Causes for pain under the toes include arthritis, injury from walking, cuts or scrapes, blisters, corns and calluses and infections, according to MedicineNet. Morton's neuroma also leads to toe pain.


Effective treatments for toe pain include soaking the toe in water, switching to different shoes, performing stretching exercises, taking medication and undergoing a surgical procedure, according to WebMD. The right toe pain treatment strongly depends on the underlying ...


According to WebMD, toe joint pain can be caused by gout, arthritis, bunions, and hammer or claw toes. Gout, an inflammatory condition that causes painful crystal deposits in the joints that result in severe swelling and pain can be controlled through dietary changes, r...