Most likely you have a bent wheel or worse yet, a bent rear axle.
Many cars have independent suspensions that need to be aligned on all four, not just the front two, Saab is one I can think of.
Slamming a curb or some other violent hit to that wheel could cause the wheel to toe in.Have the car aligned, the service center will know to do a 4 wheel alignment.
Improper tire pressure or a bad toe out. Take it to an alignment shop.
Tire toe alignment means that the tire has to be aligned with the "toe" of the car which is the shell that covers the car. This allows the tires to be easily adjusted if needed.
usally a disc in your back
There are several possible causes of toe pain. Some of these causes include arthritis, gout, bunions, injury to the nerves in the toe, and a broken bone in the toe.
yes. but the biggest preventatives are proper tire pressure and alignment angles (toe, camber)
A toe back is really a touch touch backhandspring. After you land your toe touchjump right into your backhandspring.
Could be a bearing going bad.
Camber and toe can both cause inner tire wear.
No toe could not grow back its impossible but a toe nail can grow back i think you have to wait 2 months for your toe nail to grow back
Assuming that there are no worn parts in your vehicles front end, the cause could be excessive toe-in. Have the front end alignment checked.