What is the Bump on the top of my Big Toe Joint?

A noticeable bump on the top of your joint of your big toe, can be caused by several conditions. Most commonly it is a result of arthritis. Arthritis can affect the joints in your foot resulting in cartilage damage, decreased range of motion, as well as a painful bone spur at the top of the joint.

A podiatrist can take x-rays of your foot to see the cause of the bump, and if it is due to arthritis the extent of the damage can be determined. If you have a painful bump on your foot or pain with range of motion at a joint in your foot or ankle go to our website at www.toetalfootandanklecare.com or call Toe-Tal Foot & Ankle Care for more info at (817) 656-0303.