Tape Correction Sox

TAPE SOX Type hammer toe

In a hammer toe, the metatarsophalangeal joint is hyperextended upwards and the metatarsophalangeal joint is bent downwards. The second toe is usually affected. In the early stages, it may still be possible to return the toe to its normal position. If left untreated, the hammer toe stiffens in the flexed position of the joint and can develop into a claw toe. Hammertoe and hallux valgus often occur together.

By pulling the curved toe into its original shape with COMPRESSANA TAPE SOX type hammer toe, stiffening and the associated consequences can be counteracted.

To get the toe joint used to the new mobility, the wearing time should be increased slowly. Alternatively, we recommend wearing the TAPE SOX only at night at first. Over the course of a week, the TAPE SOX can be worn all day.

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Type hammer toes – Correction socks with kinesiological tapes