Foot Health

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Common Basketball Injuries and Conservative Treatment

Basketball players are notoriously tough on their feet. In this blog post, we look at some common basketball foot and ankle injuries and some conservative treatment approaches. Note: Correct Toes® does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The content contained in this website is for educational or informational purposes only and is not intended to replace …

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Children’s Shoes: How to Determine What is a Foot-Healthy Fit

When it comes to kid’s shoes, you may be used to seeing overly supportive, thick-soled shoes that are almost orthopedic in nature. In our experience, the characteristics to look for in children’s natural footwear keenly resemble what we recommend for adults. Here’s a quick-start “foot healthy” guide for your next shoe shopping trip with your …

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Marathon Season is Upon Us: A Foot-Healthy Training Guide

  With marathon season quickly approaching, we want to recognize that being healthy encompasses everything from consuming the food that fuels us, to taking care of the tool that drives us to the finish line: our feet. The process of getting race-ready may look different from one athlete to the next but starting from a …

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Boosting Balance and Your Brain With Bare Feet | By Samuel G Oltman, ND

There are many potential benefits to wearing naturally shaped shoes for the athlete and non-athlete alike including reduction of foot deformities (bunions and hammertoes), increased foot strength, and reduced risk of injury. One additional benefit is improved balance. Balance is not something that is top-of-mind for most people, especially when many people make the transition …

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How Going Barefoot Affects Your Brain | By Dr. Sam Oltman, ND

The anatomical, structural and functional benefits of going barefoot and wearing naturally-shaped shoes are often the emphasis of our education because these tend to be the most immediate and practical. There is, however, another massive benefit to being barefoot and it lies not in your feet but in your head—your brain, to be exact. The …

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Hereditary Bunion Myth: Part III of III | By Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM

You have probably heard the saying by Benjamin Franklin, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” Prevention is the best approach to achieving good health, but many times when it comes to painful health conditions, we do not implement strategies for prevention. Sometimes, we do not know how to prevent a …

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