Brief Synopsis: Information regarding hammer toes also referred to as contracted toes a deformity of the 2nd 3rd and 4th toe when bent at the joints. Today's diagnosis is Phalangeal Head Resection, better known as, Arthroplasty for the Toe Joint Deformities. The Original Foot Alignment Socks Relief for bunions, hammer toes, cramps...and tired feet! The putter looks to have two wings behind the toe and heel of the club, and a rounded arc which makes up the boomerang section, with the arc bending in toward the putter face. This putter has a plumber's hosel as well as a 1 ½ shaft offset. Both number 4 and 5 are heel and toe weighted to increase the MOI of the putters. This line of putters consists if three clubs and sports a unique feature. That is, these clubs have an alignment aid that allows the golfer to be certain his or her head is directly over the ball and that the hands are in the proper position. The V2 putter head very closely resembles the V1, but this putter has a different hosel. The V3 model is a great looking mallet style putter (I confess to liking mallets with a modern look and design). They affect the joint of the big toe. Gastroenteritis: Infection and inflammation of the digestive tract, that could be caused by parasites or bacteria from unclean water or spoiled food, or consuming food which causes irritation to the lining of the stomach, or emotional reasons like stress, fear, or anger. Heart-Lung Machine: A machine that maintains the circulation of blood, by diverting it, oxygenating it, and then pumping it back into the body, during surgery of the heart. Imaging: A diagnostic procedure wherein pictures of the inner parts of the body are taken for making evaluations. Some of the common conditions are Crohn's Disease and colitis. Many people who develop symptoms with contracted toes will develop corns, blisters and pain on the top of the toe, where it rubs against the shoe-or between the toes, where it rubs against the adjacent toe. You can also develop calluses on the balls of the feet, as well as cramping, aching and an overall fatigue in the foot and leg. Tight toe boxes and high heels are the biggest culprits. The patient must take some time off work to rest the foot and allow it to heal. My road to bunion surgery started over 15 years ago while I was in the Marine Corps. Upon visiting the base medical clinic I was advised that I had bunions on both feet, with the right foot being worse off than the left. It was recommended that I have surgery on the right foot first, which at that time entailed exposing the enlarged joint and then filing it down to smooth out the bump.