Orthotics are specialized shoe inserts that are used to correct biomechanical foot issues and provide relief from symptoms such as foot pain. There are over-the-counter orthotics that you can find at your local pharmacy, and then there are custom … Read More
Foot injuries are very common, and the likelihood of developing one increases the more physically active you are. Being physically active is good for overall health and fills you with endorphins, which can uplift your mood and make you feel … Read More
Did you know that an active person walks approximately 7,500 steps a day? So, if you live until 80, you will have walked over 2,000,000 steps in your lifetime.
Your feet are the foundation of your mobility and strength—they take … Read More
All too often, when buying shoes for their children, many parents sacrifice essential features such as comfort and flexibility for the sake of fashion, failing to see that their children’s feet are growing and may have special footwear requirements.
At … Read More
Shoe inserts aim to make our running, walking, or standing more comfortable. They can also alleviate or correct symptoms of podiatric problems that you may have. They are either store-bought or customized to the type of foot you have. Your … Read More
Flatfeet is a term used to describe feet with minimal to no obvious arches. If you have flatfeet, when you stand, the entire soles of your feet touch the ground instead of part of the foot rising above ground level. … Read More