Does the pain of hammertoes limit more than JUST your shoe choices?

The MiToe™ solution provides a "mini implant" that surgically corrects your hammertoe, freeing your toes from pain and misery. Click through this website to learn more. LEARN MORE

"The MiToe™ solution provides significant benefits for my patients over traditional K-wires."

Cosmetics "The toe just looks better, has less swelling." - Dr. Robert Anderson, MD | A leading foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon. LEARN MORE

"The MiToe™ solution provides significant benefits for my patients over traditional K-wires."

Convenience "My patients return to shoes sooner, and they're able to return to many everyday activities like showering and driving much quicker than you would with pins sticking out of your toe." - Dr. Robert Anderson, MD | A leading foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon. LEARN MORE

"The MiToe™ solution provides significant benefits for my patients over traditional K-wires."

Safety "With a permanent implant, my patients decrease their risk of infection by not having a K-wire out of the toe for an extended period of time."- Dr. Robert Anderson, MD | A leading foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon. LEARN MORE

"From my experience, the MiToe™ solution allows my patients to return to normal shoes and activities quicker."

"Because the MiToe™ fixation is internal to the toe, the patient doesn't experience the hassles of traditional wires sticking out of the toe that can cause infection or uncomfortable pain." - Dr. Christopher Hyer, DPM | A nationally recognized podiatric surgeon. LEARN MORE

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Please use the following document to assist you as you speak to your doctor concerning your foot condition.

In order to help us understand the needs of our customers better, we would like to ask your assistance in answering the following questions.

Your response to these questions is optional and you can download the document regardless of participation.

1.  Do you currently have the “hammertoe” condition?
2.  Are you interested in this information for yourself or someone else?
3.  In what time frame are you planning to visit a doctor about your foot condition?