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Plantar Fasciitis
Feb 11, 2014
When it comes to feeling great from the ground up, everything begins with the right shoe. Chances are, you’ve heard of or experienced Plantar Fasciitis, one of the most common foot problems humans have faced since we started walking. It’s an infla...
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Diabetes and your feet
Jan 07, 2014
More than 300 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with diabetes. This serious, chronic condition may cause long-term damage to nerves and blood vessels in the body, but it can be effectively treated and its symptoms prevented with a great...
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Sever's Disease
Dec 10, 2013
The good news is, you’re growing! The evidence is right there on your own two feet. It can seem like kids hit a new shoe size every week! And along with those amazing growth spurts, sometimes the body experiences a few growing pains along the way....
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Healthy Feet: How to manage and maintain healthy feet
Nov 12, 2013
Your feet are your foundation. This collection of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles and tendons – per foot – will be with you for life, so it’s a great idea to learn how to keep them in excellent shape. The greatest tool ...
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More to a safety boot than just the safety toe
Oct 08, 2013
The modern workboot requires everything a traditional shoe provides, but at industrial strength: protection, support, flexibility, durability, grip, and style. It takes a pair of seriously tough hombres on the feet to handle work environments rang...
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The Best Shoes for Working in a Kitchen
Sep 10, 2013
Lifting, bending, reaching - working a kitchen is practically an Olympic sport.  That’s why you need a professional strength shoe, able to take a heap of abuse while being flexible, comfortable, and supportive.   Unfortunately, your favor...
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Footwear Tips: best time to purchase
Aug 13, 2013
Nothing lasts forever. But this isn’t always a bad thing. When it comes to shoes, letting go of an old pair means you get to upgrade. When is it time to say goodbye to your current kicks and slip into a new pair? In general it is always a...
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Bunions
Jul 10, 2013
The big toe is essential for providing balance when you walk or stand, and is actually the very beginning of your arch. It needs space to do its job, and when it is too cramped over a long period of time, the joint connecting it to the rest of you...
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Corns
Jun 11, 2013
A corn is like a callous that forms on the toes. Unlike a blister filled with fluid, a corn is a patch of thick skin that develops on the tops or sides of your toes, or even in-between. This is your body's normal reaction when it experiences to...
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Blisters
May 29, 2013
What will your body think of next? It’s always coming up with ingenious ways of handling the wear and tear you put it through on a daily basis. For example, when your body senses skin damage from friction, it might flood the area with fluid to ...
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