toe spacers and barefoot shoes
Toe spacers are devices that can be worn between the toes to help align them and provide support to the foot. They are often used to alleviate pain from conditions such as bunions, hammertoes, and plantar fasciitis. They can be worn with or without shoes.
Barefoot shoes, also known as minimal shoes or zero-drop shoes, are a type of footwear that mimic the feel of walking barefoot. They typically have a wide toe box and a minimal heel-to-toe drop, which allows the foot to move more naturally. Some people choose to wear barefoot shoes in conjunction with toe spacers to help improve their foot alignment and reduce pain. It's important to note that wearing toe spacers and barefoot shoes can be a good combination but it's best to consult with doctor or physical therapist before starting use of toe spacer and shoes as they can worsen your condition if not used correctly and according to the condition you have.
It's always best to consult with a doctor or physical therapist to determine the best course of treatment for your specific condition.