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Blog on foot and posture pain, problems and all related subjects.

Restore Wear and Tear Damage to your Body

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     " Things are a lot better. In the beginning it felt like hot spots under my feet but after 3 days a lot better. One thing I must say that the pains in my knees are virtually gone. I thought that I would never be able to run again without pain – since I am wearing the Soft-Step® I am able to run pain free. Thanks again. "    GAVIN     Kinds of ...
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Feet ... Your Foundation

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     "Had other orthotics with build up. Wanted to operate hip, but so much better with Soft-Steps®."    Elisabeth     Where is the Focus? One of the shortcomings of modern medicine is that it has become too specialized. By concentrating knowledge and treatment on specifics, the whole is lost. Very seldom is the body treated holistically and thus t...
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Change Your Body - for Better or for Worse

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What can Change your Body? Apart from severe injury, as in a car crash, which could leave you with a mangled and very different body, bad footwear or bad postural habits, can change portions of your body for the worse. Similarly good habits and exercise may make changes for the better. External forces may be outside of our control. But choice direc...
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Even Weight Distribution in Feet = Good Posture

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Posture versus Foot Alignment Posture is directly related to weight distribution in the feet! If the feet roll in, or over-pronate, the knees are placed under stress because of the misalignment. Likewise, if the feet roll out, the knees take strain. The body may cope for many years, but sooner or later a knee problem develops. Or the misalignment h...
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Feet and Posture

Feet and Posture
This diagram shows poor posture in relation to poorly aligned feet and good posture in relation to well-balanced feet. Flat feet are often the result of inherent low muscle tone or a weak muscle structure. The collapse of the arches may cause severe pronation (or inward roll) of the foot and this, in turn, leads to knock knees and misalignment of t...
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The use of the Soft-Steps® are not intended to guarantee a cure or prevent any foot disease, health condition or any related ailments. The Seller is not liable for any incidental or consequential injuries or medical complications caused by using the goods. The Buyer hereby acknowledges responsibility for consulting a medical practitioner if necessary or at the recommendation of the Seller.