This video takes a comprehensive look at the various modifications you can perform on your Correct Toes toe spacers to help them fit your unique toes. The beginning of the video touches on the Correct Toes story, Correct Toes sizing, and how best to place and remove Correct Toes for optimal device longevity. This video also discusses the tools you'll need to successfully modify your Correct Toes for your particular circumstances. Key modifications discussed and demonstrated in this video include:
Irritation or rubbing (@ 4:36)
Fifth toe strain (@ 5:14)
Correct Toes sliding off the toes (@ 7:51)
Correct Toes squeezing the toes (@ 10:03)
Adding additional material for extra toe splay (@ 11:44)
Hammertoe knuckle irritation (@ 13:34)
Corn irritation (@ 14:30)
Webbed toes (@15:37)
Specific “Large” size modifications (@ 17:00)
The video ends with a well-wish from Dr. Ray McClanahan, a sports podiatrist at Northwest Foot and Ankle and the inventor of Correct Toes. This video is an excellent companion to the Correct Toes Manual.
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Dr. Marty Hughes is a chiropractic physician, or DC. He received his doctoral degree from Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC), now known as the University of Western States (UWS). Dr. Marty has always been interested in foot health, due to the connection between the feet and the spine. He has worked as a freelance writer for LiveStrong.com, for whom he contributed over 2,200 health-and-fitness articles. He is a co-founder of Natural Footgear and an ardent supporter of natural foot care approaches. Dr. Marty enjoys road cycling, hiking, canoeing, and cross-country skiing as well as exploring the mountains of Western North Carolina.