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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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You do not inherit bunions, and they are NOT CAUSED by tight shoes or high heels. You inherit your ligament integrity and neuromuscular function. These are 2 of the things that determine how you walk…and you walk your way into bunion deformity!


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Posted on: 26.04.2011
Posted in: Orthotics, Stretching, Health Tips

Our feet change in width, length, and function as we age due to increasing compensation.  This compensation is due to the loss of ligament integrity in the joints of the feet.  Ligaments stabilize joints, and are made of collagen.  The ligaments weaken and lengthen over time and us


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