My feet already feel relief just after few days of consistent use. Recommend!
I had a pair of Correct Toes that I lost a few months ago. Since then my toes have become misaligned and with hammertoe appearance. Since I started wearing these again I feel much better.
Have the early symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma. Wearing correct toes for just a week, along with: new wide toe box running shoes (Brooks Ghost 12) in a larger size than I thought I wear.
Targeted stretching (With correct toes...a MUST) after any run.
Foam and firm rollers to massage legs, IT band, feet, hips, buttocks.
With those three things, the numbness has almost disappeared. The annoying lump on the bottom of foot near toes: gone. But you have to be consistent! I got results in two weeks, but only because I switched to new shoes while waiting for my correct toes, and staying barefoot in my house.
Now I wear them when I run, when I’m just sitting, on walks...I also bought the injini socks and they keep a little separation between toes when I’m not wearing correct toes!!
Only thing that is helping neuroma are these toe separators. Small fit just right. Wear a women’s 9.
I have worn Correct Toes for years due to crooked fourth toes on both feet. Without Correct Toes, walking is uncomfortable. Worn with Altra running shoes, I run pain free. I would not be nearly as active without them.