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Correct Toes Modifications (Basic)

Posted By Marty Hughes, DC

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April 21, 2015
Denise Geraldo

If you are 65 can you still straighten the toes?

April 21, 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Denise,

Thank you for your message. The ability to restore proper toe alignment depends on many factors, including tissue composition and adaptability, the degree of deformity the toes have undergone, how regularly you practice natural foot health principles, etc. If you can manually straighten your toes (i.e., if they haven’t become rigid), you stand an excellent chance of improving toe alignment and foot function (as a general rule). Everybody, regardless of age, responds differently to natural foot health approaches.

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

October 19, 2018
Jeanmarie

I have had my Correct Toes, Lems Boulder Boots, and Injinji toe socks for over a year now. Today I was walking upstairs and my knees didn’t hurt! My hammertoes are also much better. It seems as though the footgear is correcting all my foot and toe problems.

October 19, 2018
Natural Footgear

Hi, Jeanmarie,

Thank you so very much for your kind words! We’re incredibly happy to hear that a more natural approach to foot care has been so helpful for you.

Please continue to keep us updated on your progress. And if you have questions in the future, just let us know. We’re happy to help out however we can.

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

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