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Correct Toes Placement & Removal

Posted By Marty Hughes, DC

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April 16 2015
Dot

I just had my left foot bunion and the 2nd toe hammertoe surgically corrected at the same time on Nov. 19. I’m having a problem keeping the 2nd toe in alignment with the toes on either side. Is it too soon to use a pair of Correct Toe or is this the best time to get my toes all aligned at the same time? I’m currently using gel pieces which don’t stay in place. My next doctor’s appointment is coming up. I’d like to get my toes feeling better by then. Is it too soon to use the Correct Toe system for both feet? Please reply. Thank you.

April 16 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Dot,

Thank you for your comment. There are many factors which determine the timetable for Correct Toes use after surgery. Our best advice is to check out this education article entitled Six Ways to Restore Foot Health After Surgery (www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/education/17914760-six-ways-to-restore-foot-health-after-surgery). Here, you’ll find some recommendations for usage and other useful information. If you have further questions or concerns after reading it, just let us know!

Kind Regards,
Andrew Potter

April 16 2015
Helen Ochej

I have very wide feet. If I use these slpacers they will be even wider! I noticed that your women’s shoe sizes do not have wide sizes. Are all of your shoes wide enough for people with very wide feet?

April 16 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Helen,

Thank you for your message. Conventional width measurements are taken at the ball of the foot. The footwear we carry, however, is widest at the ends of the toes, so conventional width measurements do not apply. All of the shoes we carry have exceptionally wide toe boxes, and most individuals with wide feet find that our footwear works out very well. If you’re interested in any specific styles, feel free to contact us at info@naturalfootgear.com.

Kind Regards,
Andrew Potter

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