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What Makes Correct Toes Unique?

While there are many toe spacers to consider, it comes down to more than just price or material. Function and purpose are very important and Correct Toes were specifically designed to provide lasting health for your toe and foot problems. Here’s what makes Correct Toes unique.

1. Created by a Sports Podiatrist

Correct Toes were designed by sports podiatrist and elite distance runner Dr. Ray McClanahan. For both his patients and himself, Dr. Ray desired to cure the root cause of foot problems rather than settle for symptom management. He embarked on a mission to discover a truly curative method of foot care. Dr. Ray realized the powerful healing effect of rehabilitating and strengthening the feet, and that natural toe splay is an essential component of long-term foot health. Ultimately, he developed Correct Toes, customizable and comfortable toe spacers that would enable his patients to combat and prevent common foot problems.

2. Designed to Align Your Feet Naturally

Similar to braces impacting the alignment of teeth, Correct Toes slowly and progressively change foot architecture. Structural changes create a wider base of support, improving balance, proprioception, gait and posture.

3. Modifiable for Your Unique Feet

Everyone has unique feet and individual needs! With this in mind, Correct Toes were designed to be customizable to accommodate a variety of foot conditions, as well as optimize fit and comfort.

4. 4 Distinct Sizes

Correct Toes are available in four sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium, and Large. Proper sizing is based not only on your shoe size but also your foot width, toe width and existing degree of toe splay.

5. Get Results While Being Active

Best results occur when using Correct Toes during daily weight-bearing activities. Correct Toes can be worn barefoot or in natural shaped shoes. Naturally shaped footwear has no elevation at the heel, is widest at the ends of the toes and flexible in the sole. This type of footwear encourages natural foot and body movement, optimizes foot strength and promotes proper toe alignment. *content provided courtesy Correct Toes

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