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Arches don’t fall.  Increasing hypermobility of the forefoot results in compensation (pronation) of the midfoot (the arch) in order to keep the ball of the foot on the ground.  The changes in the arch are the secondary changes, the increasing hypermobility and displacement o


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Posted on: 03.06.2012
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

Many do.  Children & adolescents who complain of knee pain, foot soreness (especially heel pain), restless legs, cramps (growing pains) and other chronic aches when they participate in various activities have early structural changes.  They should be evaluated by a Doctor who specialize


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Posted on: 27.04.2011
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

The Orthotics shell (the arch) should last approximately 3 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.&


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Posted on: 27.04.2011
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

No!  Your anatomy does not change because of what sport you participate in.  Please refer to “The Stark Reality of Stretching” book for comprehensive details on this subject. Dr Steven D. Stark - Podiatry, Orthotics, Sports Medicine - V


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Posted on: 27.04.2011
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