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Product of the month – Correct Toes

Are your feet suffering from modern-day footwear including tight shoes, high heels, and dress shoes?

Here is your answer!!

Designed by Dr Ray McClanahan, DPM, Correct Toes are made from soft, flexible silicone and encourage toes back into their natural alignment. With progressive and cumulative use while active and weight-bearing, toes align and feet strengthen, restoring the foot’s original position and function.

Correct toes can help to realign your toes. If you suffer from hammertoes, mallet toes or bunions. These are the only corrective toe splints that are able to be worn actively in shoes and barefoot.

What you see in these pictures are bunions, hammertoes and mallet toes. A deformity of the big toe and lesser toes is most commonly caused by tight and restrictive footwear and high heels!

These start off as small changes to your toe shape and over the years become worse and worse! As you get older, they can become painful and arthritic. The “bump” formed can rub on footwear causing painful corns and sometimes ulcers!

We are here for you. Call now to book an appointment.

We have 2 locations, Morisset and Kanwal.

All bookings are made through our Morisset Clinic.

0249705447

MORISSET – Located inside Waratah Medical Centre – via rear access off Glanville Lane
91 Dora Street, Morisset 2264 NSW

KANWAL – Located inside Waratah Medical Complex
654 Pacific Hwy, Kanwal NSW 2259

We are here for you. Call now to book an appointment.
 
We have 2 locations, Morisset and Kanwal.
 
All bookings are made through our Morisset Clinic.
 

0249705447

MORISSET – Located inside Waratah Medical Centre – via rear access off Glanville Lane
91 Dora Street, Morisset 2264 NSW

KANWAL – Located inside Waratah Medical Complex
654 Pacific Hwy, Kanwal NSW 2259

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