Over 80% of us either have or will have some sort of foot problem over the next year. Some of us may never feel any foot pain while others will have such debilitating pain that they dread walking. Many times, a foot problem is not felt in the foot but rather in our joints, such as ankles, knees, hips or back.
That old song, "...the ankle bone is connected to the knee bone, the knee bone is connected to the hip bone..." holds more truth than we realize. If our foundation is out of whack, that is, if our feet fail to function as they should, something is going to try and compensate.
Most arch pain can be attributed to over-pronation. Over-pronation is a condition whereby the foot turns inward at the ankle causing us to walk on the outside of our heels. This puts strain on our foot arch which causes it to collapse.
Orthotic Arch Support Insoles can correct over-pronation by supporting the arch, helping to properly align the foot and give stability.
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