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Types of Orthopedic Shoes for Walkers

24th October 2011
If you walk a lot, whether a daily work out or just in general, orthopedic shoes can help ease the pain. Our bodies have to handle a lot of shock and you can cause damage to joints and not even realize it. It's good to be active, but some people have it h... Read >
Author: Mark Etinger

Orthotics London Ontario giving your feet the best care.

10th May 2011
If you are suffering from any kind of knee pain, foot pain or lower pain then it is time to visit the Orthotics London Ontario. They are the best and will give you the care that your foot deserves. They are among the top leaders in the in the field of ort... Read >
Author: Jeremy Zywicki

New Balance Orthopedic Shoes

17th July 2009
New Balance has long been popular among runners and avid walkers for their comfortable athletic shoes. Their line of custom orthopedic shoes promises the same level of quality that their customers have come to expect.Each New Balance Orthopedic Shoe is co... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Orthopedic Insoles made from Memory Foam

16th July 2009
"Memory foam" has recently become popular among lines of orthopedic shoes and orthopedic insoles. This visco-elastic material is designed to conform to the shape of your feet. Memory foam actually changes shape when you wear it (just as if you were making... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Clubfoot Treatment: Freddy Sanchez, A Success Story

09th July 2009
When Freddy Sanchez was born, the doctor told his mother he would never walk. His right foot was smaller than his left and turned inward (a condition known as Clubfoot) and his left foot was pigeon-toed. Twenty-three years later, in 2000, he was drafted b... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Toe Amputation: Are Prosthetics Necessary?

09th July 2009
The oldest prosthetic device belonged to an Egyptian woman around approximately 1000 B.C.E. It was a wooden toe, and archeologists claim that scratch marks on its sole provide evidence that it was in fact functional. Today most toe amputees use prosthetic... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Is Bunion Surgery Right for You?

12th June 2009
Bunion surgery is an outpatient surgery that only takes 1 hour to complete under local anesthesia but can take weeks to mend. Most podiatrists estimate that people who undergo bunion surgery will need to stay off their feet for the next 3 to 6 weeks. This... Read >
Author: Kent

A Brief Introduction and History of Shoes:

09th April 2009
A Brief Introduction and History of Shoes: The shoe is a footwear. It is used to protect the foot of human body. However it is also used as fashion wear for the people of any age and any gender. There are huge varieties of shoes available at shopping m... Read >
Author: kareemskicks
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