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If you have Morton’s Neuroma, you know that separating your toes can provide some relief from Morton’s Neuroma flare-up. In fact, doctors advise continuous use of toe separators as a way to “train” your toes to stay apart and provide long term toe decompression.
If you are not sure whether you have Morton’s Neuroma or not but are experiencing unbearable pain at the ball of your foot, when wearing closed shoes, please read on.
So today, I want to take a look at Toe Separator Socks as another form of keeping your toe apart. I personally have tried different types of toe separators and I must say toe separator socks work better for me.
These socks are very popular among runners. However, a lot of people with Morton’s Neuroma and other foot ailments use and love these socks.
5.2 Injinji Run 2.0 Lightweight No-Show Toe Socks
Features And Benefits
Anatomical design – enhances the proper fit
The Supportive Band – gives you a secure and stable fit
Each toe is protected-meaning the skin-on-skin friction is eliminated, protecting your feet from blisters and hot spots
Individual Toe Envelope – each toe is individually wrapped in sweat-absorbing material, so your feet will be drier and more comfortable than in traditional socks.
Arch Support – for a stable fit
When your toes are separated and properly aligned, this allows your entire foot to be engaged in any athletic activity.
Mesh top – allows maximum breathability and ventilation on the top of your feet.
Injinji socks come in a variety of lengths, No- show, Ankle, Calf, Mid-calf
These are my top five highly recommended toe separator socks. For me these socks work so well, I use them together with gel toe separators, specifically Yoga Toes and Correct Toes. My Neuroma pain has decreased so much since I started using these babies. I’m so thankful that I might just continue living with my Morton’s Neuroma without needing surgery.
Thanks for reading. I hope you were able to find yourself a pair or 2!
I Write About Morton's Neuroma Because I Have Been Living With This Condition Since 2008. Like Many Women, I Used To Love High Heels For Work And My Mistake Was To Choose And Walk In Narrow Fitting Shoes, Yet I Have Wide Feet. Anyway... I am Here To Share My Experiences From An Experienced Laywoman's Point Of View. Put Away Your Painful Shoes And Walk With Me!