Everyone’s feet are different, and it’s important to make sure you are wearing the right shoe to compliment your individual foot needs. It’s a common mistake to buy the wrong running shoe, and it ends up causing more pain and issues as you exercise or run.
The sole of a running shoe can be specifically designed to help a foot function better depending on whether you have: Flat feet, high arched feet, narrow feet, or wide feet.
Understanding your foot type and how to shop effectively for the right running shoe for your individual needs can help prevent injury and treat current foot, knee, hip, and back pain. Book an assessment with your local chiropodist today to get started.
Footprint Health and Wellness Centre is a multi-disciplinary clinic located in South Barrie, offering chiropody, physiotherapy, and massage therapy services. Book your appointment now!
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