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How Do I Get the Outside of My Foot to Stop Hurting?

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A common problem that many people experience is pain along the outside edge of the foot, especially after long periods of standing or walking. The good news is? This is easy to fix! What Causes Pain on the Outside of the Foot? In a best-case scenario, the pressure that you put on your feet while standing or walking is distributed evenly across the entire foot, front-to-back and inside-to-outside. This ensures that no single part of your foot bears the majority of this pressure and weight, and therefore that no single part of your foot becomes sore, tired, or fatigued faster...

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"Good Pronation Control"

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"I am a chiropractor with a congenital collapsed left arch which was bad enough to get rejected by the army in 1970 at my pre-induction draft physical. I have tried many orthotics over the years. The Form Maximum Support Insoles gives me enough rigid support to reduce the excessive pronation without being too rigid where the soft tissues around the plantar arch get sore, which can happen with rigid plastic orthotics." -Rick

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Why Spenco Orthotic Arch Supports?

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Very few people actually have neutral arches. Podiatrists and other foot care specialists estimate that 85% of all people either have low arches (flat feet) or high arches. Considering this fact, it is no wonder so many people experience some foot pain resulting from improper foot arch function. As we walk or run, our foot adjusts to the movement, which is called pronation. Pronation allows for our foot to slightly turn right before impact to allow for the surface we are walking or running on and to permit our foot to strike the ground heel first and then hinge forward...

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Unbalanced, Mis-aligned Feet Can Cause Your Knee Pain

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Many people suffer with knee pain, particularly those who are athletic or very active. One of the most overlooked sources of knee pain is foot imbalance and misaligned feet due to over-pronation or over-supination. Our feet take a lot of abuse, and as a result there are many opportunities for structural failure in the foot. One of the most common areas of foot failure is the medial arch. The feet are incredibly complex and dynamic pieces of machinery. They are designed to move and adapt depending on how we use them and what we require of them. But over time...

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What Is Over-Pronation?

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Two conditions that affect foot stability are pronation and supination. While both are normal foot positions, over-pronation or over-supination are common causes of foot problems.

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