Boots Made for COMFORT

Boots Made for COMFORT

Are Your Boots Made for Walking? Or Watching?
Nothing is worse than feeling you have to miss out on an activity in which you’d rather participate because your feet hurt! Winter weather is coming fast, that often means boots are part of active attire…

Children Without Instructions

Children Without Instructions

Children Don’t Come with Instructions — Especially When it Comes to Their Feet! As a parent, you have an extremely important job in raising your children. And almost every new parent has noticed at some point, that these precious little ones don’t come equipped with...
Aches vs. Pains

Aches vs. Pains

Aches? Or Pains? How to Tell the Difference and What They Mean No one’s making any accusations here, but some of us are guilty (you know who you are) of noticing … and perhaps complaining … about life’s aches and pains. It’s easy to fall into that habit, especially as...
High Arches are Highly Over-Rated

High Arches are Highly Over-Rated

You may have heard that high arches are good and assumed you don’t have to worry about foot problems if you have arches that are highly pronounced. But that’s not actually the case. Low arches (aka “flat feet”) may offer less stability, which can result in issues...
Are you Listening? Your Feet May be Talking!

Are you Listening? Your Feet May be Talking!

There’s an old song many of us learned as children that teaches, “the foot bone’s connected to the ankle bone, the ankle bone’s connected to the leg bone, the leg bone’s connected to the knee bone …” and on it goes. (https://youtu.be/dtjYAKeb9XI if you need to hear it...
Step Right This Way

Step Right This Way

Announcing Feet First When any new venture begins, you often hear the phrase: “Quality built in, from the ground up”, which is an appropriate cliché for building. It’s also appropriate for a growing child because from the moment their feet touch the ground as...