How to Transition to Natural Shoes

Many people are aware that a transition period is required when switching from conventional, PCECH-style (Pronation Control, Elevated, Cushioned Heel) shoes to naturally shaped shoes. In fact, this is one of the most common topics we hear about from patients and customers. Most people want to know the proper protocol for transitioning to foot-healthy footwear—shoes, … Continue reading How to Transition to Natural...
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Footwear’s Impact on the Musculoskeletal System

If you have been scrolling through the Correct Toes blog or website, you’re likely overloaded with an abundance of foot information. Most of our posts explore a certain foot ailment, or the components of healthy footwear. Today we’re going to do something a bit different; this post will focus on what happens to the rest … Continue reading Footwear’s Impact on the Musculoskeletal...
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Crafting Natural Footwear: Shoemaker Interview Series

Natural footwear is integral to foot health and the work that we do at Correct Toes. In this shoemaker interview series, we spoke with three shoemakers who promote natural foot health through their handcrafted footwear lines. We hope you enjoy a deeper look into the stories behind Ahinsa Shoes, Softstar Shoes, and Shamma Sandals.   Ahinsa Shoes | Lukáš Klimpera, … Continue reading Crafting Natural Footwear: Shoemaker...
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