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What is Pronation?

Everyone pronates. Pronation is a natural part of walking. If you take the time to be mindful of each step you take you'll notice that your ankle and arch team up to allow your foot to roll in slightly before passing the torch to the ball o...

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Claw Toe: What is it?

Claw toe is a common foot deformity. Though its cause has often been blamed on wearing shoes with high heels or those that are too short, th...
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What is the Cuboid Bone and Cuboid Syndrome?

Experiencing pain on the outer side of your foot? It could be caused by cuboid syndrome. Learn more about this painful, yet extremely common...
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The Many Benefits of Foot Stretching

Do your feet hurt? You are not alone – a recent survey by the American Podiatric Medical Association found that 77 percent of people in the ...
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Arch Support & Arch Issues

Every foot consists of three arches: two that run longitudinally from front to back on each side of the foot, and a third that runs transver...
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Flat Feet: What are They and Can They be Fixed?

On a normal foot the arch is visible at all times, regardless of whether you’re standing, sitting or lying down. Adult-acquired flatfoot, al...