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Rebuilding the Feet Part 1

This will be part 1 of a series we are going to do on rebuilding your feet. One of the most common problems we see is a collapsed arch, valgus knee that is largely unsupported from a strong position. The common fix is either using an orthodic, and or supportive shoe. The problem that we run into with this is that the body does not change the poor position from which it is functioining in. It only gets masked in the process of using these support tools. Dr. Romanov said it best when he said, "the arch of the foot is a non-weight bearing surface".

See if you can maintin a strong position as we discuss, kick your shoes off and go for a short walk. Repeat this cycle as your body allows for the next week, then we will put up part 2.