'Correct Toes' is a particular brand name of what gets called a lot of different things: toe correctors, toe spacers, toe splints, toe straighteners, etc
Personally, I don't actually recommend any one over another. They are all useful and each type is slightly different so has a different effect. The aim is still somewhat the same and that is to change the alignment of the toes.
For example, the Correct Toes are made from a firmer plastic and you need to have wider fitting shoes to be able to wear them. Other such as generic toe straighteners are made of a softer silicone gel and fit better into the shoes. Some sit more between the toes and other are placed more below the toes - they will act slightly differently
have a look at these photos:
The one I recommend for any particular person will depend on just what is the nature of the toe problem that they have abd which is the best way to go about trying to correct it.
Posted 173 days ago