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Personal Foot Care Solutions

  • Personal foot care solutions from CenterworksDo you ever experience foot pain?
  • Do your feet ache after a long day at work?
  • Do you avoid exercising because you want to keep the pressure off your feet?
  • Have you been searching for ways to help your feet feel better, but are having trouble finding the best solution?

It can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to be…

Your Foot Care Options

Depending on your feet, you could schedule a consultation with a podiatrist. Based on the professional diagnosis of your medical foot specialist, you can make decisions on the most appropriate plan of action to improve the health of your feet. Some problems might easily be fixed with surgery.

This can be a quick fix, but any medical procedure is going to be expensive. In addition to the financial investment you will also have to plan for your recovery. It will require time off work and time off your feet. Plus there are no guarantees! You face the possibility that the pain you had, might just be replaced with new or different problems once the procedures are completed.

Your next option might be orthotics, or special arch support inserts for your shoes. These can be bought off the shelf, designed as a one-pair-fits-all (but really each of us have unique and different feet).

Or you can pay hundreds of dollars for custom fit inserts that are molded specifically for the contours of your feet. While arch supports can be very helpful, there can be a few drawbacks here also. Our feet are designed to be strong and flexible, with the ability to adapt to the surfaces we walk on. As your health and posture improve, your feet will change too. If you purchase inserts that can not be readjusted as your body changes they may at some point make you feel worse instead of better.

There’s a better way…

Before you take drastic measures, schedule surgery, or invest in expensive inserts, you owe it to yourself to consider learning the exercises in the “Fantastic Feet” book that have helped many others improve the health of their ankles, arches and toes!

Relieve your foot pain

Why not start with a safe, simple, economical approach to improving health. Exercises specifically designed for your feet are detailed in full, complete with illustrations in Fantastic Feet.

We spend time exercising every other part of our body but don’t do much for our feet. We cram them into poorly fitting shoes, stand for long hours, pound the pavement to exercises our heart & lungs, and wear old and beloved “favorite” shoes that gave up supporting our feet a long time ago.

By learning a simple and fun series of exercises that you can do at home, or at work, you can start improving the strength and flexibility of your feet and ankles, and training the muscles of your feet and lower legs to provide real support for your body from the inside out.

Treat your feet!

Whether you have flat feet, high arches, bunions, hammer toes, or healthy feet
and you want to keep them that way…the FANTASTIC FEET exercises, can benefit you.

With only a few minutes of practicing these easy to learn FANTASTIC FEET! exercises just 2-3 times a week, you can significantly improve how your feet feel, and enjoy the benefits of improving your posture from the ground up.

Work at your own pace! There are exercises that are performed lying down, seated and standing so that you can pick the level that’s most appropriate for you, with lots of choices to challenge you when you’re ready for more.

Best of all, these exercises can work for all ages!

Click on one of these Fantastic Feet! Solutions to learn more.

 
The Fantastic Feet! Workshop is excellent for developing a quick and easy exercise program to improve the subtle muscle imbalances that start at the feet and affect our posture and health. Learn exercises for healthy and happy feet today!

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness and tagged , .

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