Call us Toll-Free:   1-888-859-8901
Helping People Find Foot Comfort, Since 1999.
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Filters
Search
Close
RSS

Blog

Rock’n and Roll’n with Carbon Fiber Spring Plates

What is toe spring and how does it help forefoot and Gil walkingmidfoot pain

Walking is often described as a controlled forward fall.  As your body passes over the foot, resistance is supplied by the calf that limits forward progression of your center of gravity.  In the final stages of gait, as your heel sta...

Wounds and wound prevention in the feet

Managing foot wounds in the decompensated patient.Diabetic foot care

One of the greatest challenges in foot care is wound prevention and wound management.  Wounds come in all shapes and sizes, but there’s always one common denominator in wound care; a decompensated patient.  What is a decompensated patient?  A decom...

The beauty of running – just you and your shoes

Strip down, lace up and go.  Recreational running is Running resources and supportjust about you and your shoes.

The simplistic beauty of running is about you and your shoes.  Strip down, lace up and go is what allows you to sneak in a quick run after work.  And in these crazy pandemic days, running can represent everything be...

Re-opening society - how standard precautions can save lives

Standard precautions – what are they and how do they stop covid-19affect our return to an open society

Ask any health care worker what standard precautions are and you’ll get the same answer; treat every patient as if they are infected. Standard precautions are an axiom in health care regardless of whether you...

Minimal Incision Bunionectomy

Does a smaller incision make for a better bunionectomy?

Minimal incision surgery (MIS) has improved the surgical outcomes of many types of surgery.  For example, in laproscopic surgery a minimal incision approach has a number of short term benefits including decreased infection rates, shorter hospi...