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Heel Pain: What High Heels Are Really Doing to Your Body

The price of beauty in heels is steep to say the least. Designer shoe companies’ main focus is in the design of the high heels to enhance the length of women’s legs. However, what good are long and luscious legs when your feet are full of unappealing deformities? That’s right ladies. It’s time to ditch . . . Read More


Immediately Walk After Your Bunionectomy

When it comes to discussing about a bunion surgery, the most frequently asked question is “How long is the recovery time?” Just like all other surgeries, cosmetic foot surgeries such as bunionectomy, the recovery time depend on each individual’s body. Recovery can mean different things for different people. Some people consider themselves in a recovery . . . Read More


Common Foot Problems Most People Ignore During the Holidays

Most people are so busy during the New Years that their personal health often takes a backseat to business deadlines and family obligation, especially when our feet are the main focus and are most involved in our everyday movement. The holidays are a time of stress for everyone especially when we are running around getting . . . Read More


Bunion Facts | 4 Facts About Bunions

Gender Plays a Role Bunions most commonly affect women, but that does not mean that it affects 100% of women and 0% of men. Bunions typically form when the pressure of weight-bearing and walking is unevenly spread across the foot and across both genders. The result of this uneven distribution is often joint instability and . . . Read More


Are Custom Running Orthotics Worth the Cost?

Worried about the price of custom orthotics and not wanting to sell your sole? Deciding between the cheaper or the more effective option is often the greatest dilemma. When it comes to orthotics, the latter almost always exceeds the price. Custom orthotics can be pricey and may or may not be covered by insurance depending . . . Read More