Trail Walking and Minimal Shoes

Walking on blacktop or concrete is a generally predictable experience, as far as the foot and ankle are concerned. Since these surfaces are mostly flat, the numerous joints in the foot and ankle become aware of moving within limited ranges of motion. However, the foot and ankle undergo a different, less predictable experience the moment … Continue reading Trail Walking and Minimal...
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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you new to using Correct Toes?  If so, you probably have quite a few questions about how Correct Toes work, what to expect, and how to move on from here.  Below are a few of our frequently asked questions. How can Correct Toes help me? With Correct Toes, you can: – Correct many common … Continue reading Frequently Asked...
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Fashion and Footwear

In his article, Fashion and Foot Deformation, Dr. William Rossi explores the influence that fashion has had and continues to have foot health. The following quotes from Rossi’s article push us to think about the effect that status, fashion, and culture can have on our health. “There is a significant message seeking to get through … Continue reading Fashion and...
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The Worlds Healthiest Feet are the Ones Without Shoes

In 1905, Phil Hoffman, M.D., traveled to numerous undeveloped countries to observe the foot and skeletal structures of people who lived barefoot. He noticed the differences between their feet, and those he had observed during his medical work in the US. These differences were subtle, such as toes being generally straight, in comparison to our … Continue reading The Worlds Healthiest Feet are the Ones Without...
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