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Posted By Marty Hughes, DC

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April 21 2015
Christi

I have a question about Correct Toes. I have heel pain in my right foot, but I also have webbed toes. My big toe and the one next to it are connected. When I was 12 years old, my parents looked into separating them. The military doctor said the nerves are connected and that it would be a bad idea to separate the toes. Is there a modified version of Correct Toes for this issue or am I out of luck for natural relief from plantar fascia pain?

Thank you for taking the time to read and respond.

April 21 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Christi,

Thank you for your comment. Correct Toes can indeed be modified to fit individuals with webbed toes. This modification is detailed in the Correct Toes manual, which comes with Correct Toes or can be found on this page: www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/product-info/17921768-correct-toes-manual.

If you have any additional questions, please do let us know!

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

April 21 2015
Niel Capasso

Greetings! My foot doctor recommended me to your website. I have problems with the two toes next to my big toe. They are what they call hammertoes. I do extenstive hiking across Spain each year and asurredly the toe nails of those two toes hurt, become black and blue, and eventually fall off. Is there are practitioner in Canada that deals with your method? I live close to Toronto and Hamilton in the province of Ontario.

Thank you.

April 21 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Niel,

Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry to hear about your toe and nail problems! Here are a couple of resources from our site that you might find interesting and beneficial:

Hammertoes:
www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/education/17883488-hammertoes

Definition of a Healthy Shoe:
www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/education/17878244-definition-of-a-healthy-shoe

Benefits of Wide Toe Boxes for Hiking:
www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/education/17856304-benefits-of-wide-toe-boxes-for-hiking

In terms of finding a practitioner in the Toronto area with an understanding of natural foot health concepts, my best recommendation is to scan this list (www.nwfootankle.com/resources/122-healthcare-providers) to see if there are any healthcare providers located near you.

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

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