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10 Tips On How To Keep Your Feet From Aching

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10 Tips On How To Keep Your Feet From Aching

Your feet bear weight when you’re standing and help you get where you need to go. During all your daily activities, your toes, heels. soles, and arches are quietly working hard. Also, Standing on your feet without rest for long periods of time can lead to a wide variety of issues, especially if your posture is incorrect and your shoes provide inadequate support. Standing incorrectly can cause foot, ankle, and back pain as well as overall alignment issues. Whatever you do, whether shopping, driving, or working out, keep in mind the following ten tips to ensure your feet are taken...

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Do You Know Your Arch Type?

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Do You Know Your Arch Type?

Do you know you arch type? Not only does your arch type affect the way your feet function, but also your knees, back and more. If you’re not properly supporting your feet, you are putting your feet at risk in the long term. To determine the best way to support your feet, it’s essential to know your arch type so you can select the proper footwear and orthotics for your specific foot type. LOW ARCH (FLAT FEET)   Approximately 20% of the population has low arches. Low arches are more flexible and tend to roll inwards and over-pronate.  Typically, imprints...

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How Nutrition Can Affect Your Feet

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How Nutrition Can Affect Your Feet

Eating certain foods can reduce the risk for inflammation and other diseases that can affect your feet. A healthy diet can help manage chronic conditions that cause foot problems. When most people think about nutrition and health, they typically associate the food that they eat with weight management or heart health. But diet plays many important roles in overall health and can affect different parts of the body, even our feet, says Sherri Greene, DPM, a podiatrist in New York City who practices holistic foot care. “When I explain to people that your feet are connected to the rest of...

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