Overlapping toes won't stay down

For as far back as I recall my 2nd toes on both feet have had a tendancy to move up onto my big toes when I lift my feet up. It's gotten worse over the last couple years to the point where my right toe overlaps all the time and I can't make it touch the floor at all. My left one is not as bad but it's gotten worse as well. Do you know what causes this? I've never broken any toes and I don't think I have bunions as it doesn't look like it and I don't have any pain. No other relations that I know of have toes like this.

Posted By Tyler H. on April 12, 2004 at 22:24:43:

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