Separadores de dedos de los pies: ¿Moda o han llegado para quedarse?

Toe Separators: Trendy or Are They Here to Stay?

Are toe separators a fad or are they here to stay?

Currently, toe separators have become very popular due to their effectiveness in correcting problems in the lower limbs, such as bunions, claw toes, Morton's neuroma and many other pathologies that are usually due to poor alignment of the toes. fingers.

In Spain, thanks to personalities such as Cristina Pedroche, R. Motion or Jesús Serrano, toe separators have begun to become known and gain a foothold among those who take the care of their feet seriously.

What are toe separators for?

Toe separators are devices that are used to improve the alignment of the toes throughout their structure, bones and soft parts of the foot, improving or correcting foot problems, such as painful bunions, claw toes. , calluses between the fingers, etc.

But are they a fashion? Does it make sense to use toe separators?

The use of these dates back a few centuries, with other cultures beginning to use them to treat foot problems, so it is not a modern invention that has made social networks fashionable, but something that has been used for a long time. a lot of time.

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In Japanese culture, for example, wooden toe separators called “ashi-yubi” are used to correct the alignment of the toes. In Indian culture, copper toe separators called “havala” are used to treat foot problems.

As you can see, it is not a fashion but something used for centuries to correct foot problems and ailments and it makes all the sense in the world that they exist and that we use them because, due to the current shoe culture and other customs, we are losing the functionality of the foot and its perfect anatomy.

Haven't you tried them yet?

At Roots Barefoot we invite you to try the toe separators and evaluate for yourself how they make you feel.

Of course, these tools alone are meaningless if we once again imprison our feet in narrow shoes.

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