Correct Toes Toe Spacers - About Dr. Ray McClanahan
by Jamie Wilson
Correct Toes toe spacers - About Dr. Ray McClanahan
Dr. Ray McClanahan’s practice, Northwest Foot & Ankle clinic in Portland, Oregon, allows him to care for those who find their highest joy when in motion. In his 21 years as a podiatrist, Dr. Ray has learned that most foot problems can be corrected by restoring natural foot function. He is also the inventor of Correct Toes.
Dr. McClanahan developed Correct Toes to help his patients combat and prevent common foot problems, including bunions, hammertoes, and plantar fasciosis. His approach to foot health developed through many years of clinical practice, extensive literature research, and through his experience in West Africa observing the local barefoot population.
Dr. McClanahan helps patients address the underlying cause of their foot problems by providing education and empowering them with the tools to rehabilitate their feet and toes to function optimally, the way nature intended. A compassionate physician, Dr. McClanahan’s professional goal is to provide quality natural foot health services with an emphasis on sports medicine, preventative and conservative options, as well as education on proper footwear.
Foot Health - Allopathic vs. Naturopathic Care
In this video, Dr. Ray McClanahan discusses the main differences between allopathic and naturopathic approaches to foot health. Dr. Ray explains how his approach to foot health and foot care has evolved over time, shifting from an allopathic model to a more naturopathic approach. Foot conditions often respond very well to natural, noninvasive treatment methods and these methods typically represent the best frontline approach for most people, instead of drugs, orthotics or surgery.
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