The most advanced treatment for Metatarsus Adductus & Matatarsus Varus and Pigeon Toed

UNFO is a revolutionary solution developed specifically for the therapy of Severe Metatarsus Varus, Metatarsus Adductus (Severe, Moderate, and Mild), Forefoot Adduction, and Pigeon toed in newborns.

UNFO addresses the difficulties and stress of frequent casting, the ineffectiveness of stretching, and the consequential under- or over-treatment of Metatarsus Adductus.

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There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.»

Nelson Mandela

Before & After


No more
serial casting

for Metatarsus Adductus

Parents and children around the globe can now benefit from a child-friendly corrective foot brace that provides effective, safe, and stress-free treatment – providing families with peace of mind and improving their quality of life.

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Information for parents

Metatarsus Adductus (Metatarsus Varus, Forefoot Adduction) is a foot deformity prevalent among newly born babies. Untreated, it could lead to permanent physical damages.

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Standing up to the world’s highest medical standards, Thousands of parents have used the UNFO shoe and successfully treated their infants with Metatarsus Adductus (Metatarsus Varus, Forefoot Adduction) with quickly and visible results.

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MTA is treatable without the need for casting or a medical procedure. The UNFO orthopedic adjustable shoe, allows for a comfortable treatment in early stages.

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Information for professionals

The metatarsus bones are a group of five long bones that run lengthwise down the middle section of the human foot, from the toes. Metatarsus adductus (or MTA)

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The appropriate treatment for metatarsus adductus is based on the severity of the condition, and recommended options may include observation, stretching, strapping, casting…

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Universal Neonatal Foot Orthotic (UNFO) is a pre-molded corrective shoe with Velcro strips that was specifically designed to treat metatarsus adductus (MTA) in newborns.

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clinical research

published in the leading
medical journals

Metatarsus Adductus Heel Bisector Classification (HB)



20% non self corrected


60% non self corrected


100% non self corrected

HB 2


HB 3


HB 4


HB 5


UNFO's Point of view

by Dr.Izak Daizade, MD

For every 12 live births, one infant is born with a foot defect called Metatarsus Adductus (MA). MA is known as the most common malformation in infants, most of whom are not spontaneously corrected, and require appropriate treatment and intervention.

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Izak Daizade M.D Orthopaedic Surgery, UNFO medical center

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