Shoe Modification: The Best Materials for Fixing Your Footwear

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Shoe modification is the process of adjusting the structure of a shoe to improve stability, reduce stress from impact when walking, and even to improve overall mobility. Diabetes, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, traumatic or sports injuries are some of the conditions that can cause issues that call for shoe modification.

How to Know When to Replace Your Shoes

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The life of a shoe is mainly in its soles. The average pair of walking shoes has about 300-500 miles of optimal performance in them. Determining how long you will be able to use your shoes is based on how often you wear them, the weight of the wearer and pronation of the foot, and if used in accordance with the manufacturer’s suggested use.

Compression Socks: Supporting Your Health from the Ground Up

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Sitting at work or at home is just one way to put your circulation at risk. Obesity, pregnancy, or limited mobility after surgery can lead to more serious conditions such as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) or varicose veins – which can prevent blood flow to the heart. Any condition that interferes with your blood’s ability to move freely in your body can lead to life threatening circumstances. Fortunately, there are some simple and affordable ways to

How to Get Your Feet Ready for Your Active Vacation

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Do you have an upcoming vacation trip where you will be on your feet? Being on the constant move for your trip can takes its toll on your feet. There are ways to prevent and provide relief for many foot conditions that can occur from standing or walking for prolonged periods. In this article we will go into detail on how to not let aching feet be a problem on your upcoming active trip!

Shoes You Can Wear When Your Feet Swell

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Foods high in salt such as chips, pork, ham, and bacon can easily cause swelling in your feet. However, you should always consult with your doctor to be sure other health related issues are not present. In this case, the customer has met with his doctor and confirmed the swelling is a result of his body to the salt he is consuming. This case is unique in that his feet without the presence of salt are fine. Therefore, we wouldn’t necessarily sugg
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