Morton's Toe and Pronation

I seem to have all the symptoms of Morton's Toe, including a short 1st Ray and a great toe metatarsal that doesn't take full ground pressure when I run, walk or stant, unless I pronate too far and roll my knee in medially. I have sore right medial ligament and and soreness under my fifth mets left and right, as I spend too much time with most of my weight on them. I lift my heels early in a bid to keep from pronate past the point of no-return. Will a Morton's toe extension help me without causing further problems?

Posted By Richard Arney on November 23, 2005 at 05:39:56:

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