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Corns: Conventional vs. Natural Approaches

Posted By Marty Hughes, DC


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February 22, 2021

Is the Correct Toes product most relevant for corns between the toes? I have developed one very acutely (I think it’s a corn) over my left lateral MP joint, on the plantar surface, so I don’t want to go after products that won’t be relevant for me. I appreciate your shoe recommendations, though, and for years I have tried to buy wide toe box and minimal elevation shoes. Nevertheless, I have developed this problem, and so I’m looking forward to trying your suggestions.

February 22, 2021
Natural Footgear

Hi, Sharon,

Thank you for your question. Correct Toes is indeed most relevant for corns that develop between the toes. You might consider visiting a local foot care provider to have your situation assessed further and to receive the most personalized care possible.

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

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