Frequent questions

You have doubts?

In this section we resolve the doubts that our patients who want to acquire FIXTOE have.

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How can I know my size?

Size M: 36-40. Forefoot perimeter <21 cm. Size L: 41-44. If you have a size of 36-40 and also a bunion. Forefoot perimeter> 22cm.
Size XL:> 45 If you have a size of 40 and also a bunion. Forefoot perimeter> 23cm.

The forefoot perimeter is the area located just below the toes. It is measured with a tape measure, around the width of the foot, from the area where the fingers begin without reaching them.

Can I use Fixtoe with any type of footwear?

Of course, in fact one of the advantages of Fixtoe is that it is compatible with any footwear, closed or open.

Do I have to carry Fixtoe all day?

It is advisable to use Fixtoe in daily load activities such as work, walking, standing a long time, etc. You can dispense with it when you do not have loading activity, such as at home.

How can I wash Fixtoe?

We recommend washing your Fixtoe periodically by hand with cold water. Do not iron or tumble dry. Do not use bleach. Do not dry clean. Dry at room temperature without exposing any heat source directly. Close the velcros before washing the device.


How to effectively place Fixtoe?
  1. Insert the foot through the tubular part of the device.
  2. Position the central union area of the lugs on the back of the 2nd finger. It can also be positioned by joining the 2nd and 3rd fingers if you want to protect the claw fingers.
  3. The inner tongue is crossed between the 1st and 2nd finger and positioned on the inside of the sole of the foot.
  4. The outer tongue is crossed between the 2nd and 3rd fingers and positioned on the inside of the sole of the foot (you can cross between 3rd and 4th finger) if both fingers are affected.
  5. Anchoring the tabs to the sole of the foot with the necessary tension.
  6. The tongues remain anchored leaving the central area of the forefoot free under 2nd and 3rd finger. Discomfort if wrong size is chosen or tongues are stressed too much.