6 Reasons Why Does Correct Toes Work + Reviews

Correct Toes when worn

After spending just a few minutes on Google, looking at all toe spacers that are out there, it may be difficult to tell what really separates one from another. It seems like they can all do their job of spacing out the toes, which means it must come down to material preference and price… right? 

If only it were that simple! To actually figure out which toe spacer is best, it’s important to understand the benefits of toe spacers and actually know the reason why does Correct Toes work. If you’re only looking for a temporary stretch for your toes, then there are plenty of options to choose from. 

On the other hand, if you want to see lasting health for your toe and foot problems, then there’s only one spacer that’s specifically designed to do just that… it’s the Correct Toes spacers and here’s why.


Customer Reviews


Charles Roskam

“The plantar fasciitis had progressed to plantar fasciosis. The pain in my foot caused my gait to change. The hobbling after a few years damaged my knee. Then the continued hobbling caused a severe sacro iliac inflammation.

I purchased Correct Toes then transition shoes(Altra) then minimalist Lems shoes. Toe socks and metatarsal pads helped also. It took about two years. And now I’m almost completely healed up.”

Nina Attar

“As of this writing I have had NO pain in my hip for the past 7 weeks, since I started wearing Correct toes and Lems shoes. It felt so normal not to have pain, that I “forgot” I even had it… just noticed this a few days ago!”

Dr. Robert Conenello | Orangeburg, NY

“Patients state that they feel the benefits of the product immediately. I find that patients with forefoot pathology…hammertoes, neuromas, and metatarsalgia…benefit the most. I do see the benefit of a stronger more efficient foot that is obtained through the use of Correct Toes. Patients with a more “natural” foot strike are less likely to develop overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis, medial tibial stress syndrome and Achilles tendonitis.”



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