Correct Toes Original
Arviolta 30 - 60 vrk tilauksesta.
Arvion luotettavuus on hyvä.
VarastotilanneHaluan ilmoituksen, kun tuotetta tulee lisää varastoon
Designed by Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM, Correct Toes help the foot rehabilitate from the negative effects of conventionally shaped footwear. The device, made of soft, flexible silicone, encourages the toes back into their natural alignment found at birth. With progressive and consistent use while active and weight bearing, toes align and feet strengthen, restoring your foot’s original position and function.
What Makes Correct Toes Unique
• Designed to restore original toe splay and alignment
• Created by sports podiatrist Dr. Ray McClanahan
• Made of durable and flexible medical-grade silicone
• Naturally antimicrobial and hypoallergenic
• Promotes balance and optimal foot and toe circulation
• Can be used in foot-shaped footwear for maximum corrective effect
• Easily modifiable for unique feet and toes
• Can be used on bare feet, over toes socks or in healthy footwear
• Is a reasonably-priced alternative to orthotics or surgery
• Designed to prevent or address many foot and toe problems
Correct Toes are easily cleaned with a quick rinse in soap and warm water. Air dry in a secure location. Please keep out of the reach of small children and pets. Caution: pets love to chew this soft silicone device. We love animals. However, be sure to keep your Correct Toes in a safe and secure location out of reach from pets.
Here are a few tips as you begin wearing your Correct Toes:
• Place them over your toes and pull down as far as feels comfortable.
• Start with a ½ hour (first day). Add a ½ hour each additional day.
• Correct Toes can be modified for fit and comfort. See our recommended modifications here.
• For best results, wear while being active.
• When wearing inside footwear, choose shoes that are naturally shaped (widest at tips of toes, completely flat, flexible)
• Use the Shoe Liner Test to ensure your feet have enough room in the shoes with Correct Toes on.
• We don’t suggest wearing Correct Toes with any other orthotic.
• Your foot muscles are getting a workout they’ve not had before, so you might experience some fatigue and soreness in the beginning.