Testimonial | Tammy Harris

Unlike the authors of many of the testimonials on this site, I am not an elite athlete.  I’m just a middle-aged ‘Grammy’ who has tried to stay active and healthy throughout the years. A few years ago, I began experiencing the pain of Morton’s neuroma in BOTH feet. This was debilitating, leaving me unable to … Continue reading Testimonial | Tammy...
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Maintain Your Child’s Healthy Foot Shape

Parenting blogs are abundant with advice to create, change, or cultivate the perfect child. Here at Correct Toes, we have a calming message: when it comes to your child’s feet, your child may already be perfect. Infants are born with feet that are structurally sound, flat, mobile and with spread toes. This natural foot is … Continue reading Maintain Your Child’s Healthy Foot...
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How to Achieve and Maintain Healthy Toenails

Summer is here! Time to fully embrace open-toed footwear. While this change is relieving and exciting for some, if you’ve battled thick or discolored nails this can be an unwelcome adjustment. If this is not a happy time for you, our hope is to turn a potentially embarrassing season into a pleasant one. To do … Continue reading How to Achieve and Maintain Healthy...
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Strengthening vs. Supporting: The Competing Logic of Foot Health

Written by Correct Toes Employee Zeus Smith There are two competing logics at the heart of this debate. One holds that when the foot is in pain, we must alleviate that pain with support: heel cups for heel pain, arch support for collapsed arches and extra padding for a sore foot. The other is more … Continue reading Strengthening vs. Supporting: The Competing Logic of Foot...
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