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The Orthotics shell (the arch) should last approximately 3-5 years with normal wear & tear. The top covers can be upgraded at anytime. The forefoot post, which is a two polymer forefoot stabilizer, will last 18 months to two years. This is the most important part of the orthotic. Athletes or prof


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Posted on: 18.06.2012
Posted in: Orthotics

It is a misconception that one foot is bigger than the other.  Everyone has one foot that compensates more than the other.  This compensation involves increasing pronation (the arch lowering), elongation, and widening of the forefoot. Dr Steven D.


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Posted on: 06.06.2012
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

People don’t shrink as they age, they compensate.  Everyone’s posture changes as they age because of the loss of ligament integrity in their joints, especially in the feet.  Ligaments stabilize joints, and are made of collagen.  Ligaments weaken and lengthen over


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Posted on: 04.06.2012
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

The human foot has 107 small ligaments holding 28 bones and 33 joints together.

Our ancestors spent over 500,000 years running barefoot on uneven surfaces.  Over that time they developed an amazing mobile adaptor - called the foot.  That is the reason there are so many small


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Posted on: 04.06.2012
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips