I am delighted to have recently had the honor of meeting Dr. Ray McClanahan and his amazing staff.  I had the pleasure of shadowing him in his office to see how he works, discover Correct Toes®, and learn how they help  return the foot to a natural, healthy balance.  After years of working with people with a variety of foot, ankle, knee, and hip problems, I’ve learned the importance of foot health on the rest of the body.  In my opinion, Correct Toes ® offers the most complete healing process,  allowing a myriad of issues to heal, primarily on their, own, but as a result of using the product.  Please contact me if you have any questions:  jenny@BodyBalancePortland.com.



Regular use of Correct Toes in shoes that are sufficiently wide, lightweight, and flexible can, over time, correct a wide variety of foot problems. Examples of conditions treated are: bunions, hammertoes, ingrown toenails, heel pain or plantar fasciosis, corns, neuromas, capsulitis, lower leg pain, and runner’s knee.  Amazingly, no orthotics, surgeries, or medications are required!

Medical:  Correct Toes can be used during rehabilitation or as an alternative to common costly procedures, and painful invasive methods.

Fitness:  Correct Toes can be beneficial during a variety of activities, including walking, running, and hiking.

Wellness:  Proven to improve balance and proprioception, Correct Toes can be used to immediately impact stability within activities like Yoga and Pilates.

Align toes and improve balance and stability.  Similar to braces impacting the alignment of teeth, Correct Toes slowly and progressively change foot architecture. Structural changes create a wider base of support, improving balance, proprioception, gait and posture.

Strengthen muscles throughout the foot and lower leg.  Accompanied by naturally-shaped footwear, Correct Toes encourage the foot to move, flex and bend. As muscles strengthen, the foot is able to support itself, eliminating the need for artificial arch support and orthotics.

Restore foot function and relieve foot pain.  Correct Toes is a foot health tool that can be used to restore normal and natural foot and toe function. Foot pain and problems can be resolved when the toes are realigned in the way that nature intended.

Anyone with diabetes or with diminished sensation of the feet should NOT use Correct Toes. Also, anyone with diminished circulation (peripheral arterial disease or “PAD”) should NOT use Correct Toes. If for any reason you are uncertain about whether you should use Correct Toes, you should consult your holistically-minded healthcare provider.

(Reprinted with permission from www.correcttoes.com)