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HyProCure Corrects Misaligned Feet

HyProCure Corrects Misaligned Feet

Feet may look simple on the outside. But with 52 bones and 66 joints spread between them, they’re a lot more complex if you look a little closer! Most of the time, these bones and joints work together harmoniously to keep you upright and moving to and fro, without...

Determine Your Foot Arch Type (in 3 Easy Steps!)

Determine Your Foot Arch Type (in 3 Easy Steps!)

Knowing your arch type is an important step toward finding the best shoes and other equipment for your needs. (If you came here trying to find your archetype, we’re afraid you’ll want the psychology group across town.) Each foot has an arch that provides support and...

7 Tips for Preventing Wounds on Your Feet

7 Tips for Preventing Wounds on Your Feet

Everywhere you go, you go feet first. Your feet are on the front lines, absorbing the brunt of the impact with the ground upon each step you take. Unfortunately, that can make them vulnerable to cuts, scrapes, and sores—especially if you have diabetes, poor...

Ingrown Toenail Mistakes

Ingrown Toenail Mistakes

Have you ever had an ingrown toenail before? If not, count yourself among the fortunate. If you have, you already know. It hurts. Plus, it’s aggravating! After all, toenails are supposed to grow out. They have one job, and one direction to go. But when they get off...

Foot Surgery From Doctor Foster

Foot Surgery From Doctor Foster

There’s a common misconception out there about surgery. Namely, that if you need it, you have to go to the hospital—no exceptions. While that may be true for many different conditions, of course, it’s not a hard-and-fast rule for all types of surgery. A significant...

Different Orthotic Types

Different Orthotic Types

One of the best things about custom orthotics is their versatility. See, every foot is different. Your two feet are like no others that have ever existed, or ever will exist again! Tiny differences in the positioning of the bones and joints, the height of the arch,...

4 Foot Conditions Treated With Minimally Invasive Surgery

4 Foot Conditions Treated With Minimally Invasive Surgery

When it comes to surgery, smaller is better than larger. If you can fix a problem using a small incision, it’s far better for the patient (in terms of recovery time, post-surgical pain, complication risk, even cost) than if perform a full, traditional open surgery...

Foot Misalignment Problems

Foot Misalignment Problems

Minor misalignments can have major repercussions. In golf, pushing your tee shot ten degrees to the right is enough to send it 45 yards off line. At home, a foundation that sags by a couple of inches can lead to obvious floor sloping at best and serious structural...