What is Correct Toes?
A top quality toe spacer, delicately designed and anatomically shaped by sports podiatrist Dr. Ray McClanahan. It is the only toe spacer that can be worn barefoot or with appropriate footwear (minimalist shoes or shoes that are wider on the toe side, lightweight and flexible) while walking, running, standing, and throughout your daily activity.
It is made of medical grade silicone for maximum comfort, flexibility and durability. It is hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and safe for virtually all skin types. Designed to be effective while carrying weight. Can be modified for individual needs.
If you look at a baby's feet you will see that their toes are separated, strong and flexible, and the widest part of their feet is their toes. Adult feet should have the same qualities, and in fact, in cultures where people do not wear constricting shoes, you can see these characteristics.
People who live in cultures where they do not wear shoes or wear minimalist shoes often have a very low incidence of foot problems. In contrast, in countries where shoes are worn tightly around the toes, foot problems such as heel pain, bunions, hammertoes and neuromas are much more common. Many of the common foot problems can be solved and prevented by natural footwear that allows the toes to be spread out and to be strong and straight.
Why separate the toes?
- Because it naturally supports the arches of the foot.
- It strengthens the foot muscles.
- Relieves many causes of foot pain.
- Stimulates blood circulation in the tissues, reducing pressure on the nerves of the toes and blood vessels.
- Helps eliminate over-pronation.
- Improves your balance.
- Contributes to an equitable distribution of your body weight.
- Provides stability to your knees and ankles.
- Increases contact with the ground.
- Promotes a proper gait, reducing impact while walking.
- Revives the natural beauty of your feet and toes.
Benefits of the toe separator and corrector
The benefits of braces are that they help prevent and cure problems or illnesses without orthotics, medication or surgery:
- It returns your feet to their natural state.
- Increases balance and stability.
- Improves your effectiveness during sports activities and reduces the number of injuries.
- Reverses naturally the harmful effects of traditional footwear.
- Straightens the toes to optimize walking, eliminate bunions and crooked toes.
- Strengthens the muscles of the foot so that the arch is naturally supported and to support all types of weight-bearing activities.
- Increases the strength and flexibility of the feet and toes
What foot problems or pain is toe correction indicated for?
- Plantar fasciitis
- Runner's knee
- Hallux Limitus
- Shin splints
- Ingrown toenails
- Heel pain
- Leg pain
- Crooked toes
- Flat foot