It wasn’t until 1982 when an engineering-minded man named Johnny Walker translated the Superfeet designs into a distinct shape that could be mass-produced. And by 1985, the company was established with a storefront in Canada (one in Vancouver and one in Whistler, B.C.) where they sold their SUperfeet insoles and orthotics. Their customers at that […]
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Knee pain can have many different causes, such as injury, arthritis, ligament or cartilage tear, patellar tendinitis, or bursitis. The most overlooked cause of knee pain, however, is due to incorrectly aligned feet. You might notice pain that worsens from kneeling, squatting, bending and/or rising after long periods of sitting.
Time after time, I am amazed at what a good orthotic arch support will do for your feet. Coming from someone without a foot condition or any great foot pain -other than the occaisional ache, I will say that even a rigid (or hard) orthotic can bring foot fatigue relief and over-all make one feel […]
Achilles Tendonitis is a debilitating foot disorder that brings on swelling of the Achilles tendon – the tendon running vertically on the back of the heel. Athletes are highly susceptible to contracting chronic Achilles Tendonitis. And if ignored, a mild Achilles Tendonitis injury can develop into Acute Achilles Tendonitis which can be debilitating. It is […]
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is similar to carpal tunnel syndrome except this disorder occurs in the space between the bones of the feet and the surrounding tissue. It is caused by a pinched nerve, the tibal nerve. Symptoms include pain on the sole of the foot, usually described as a burning or tingling sensation becoming more […]