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Runner’s Knee: Conventional vs. Natural Approaches

Posted By Marty Hughes, DC

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April 16, 2015
Mary

Yes, why do shoe manufacturers even make athletic shoes pointy?? Never made any sense to me.

Unfortunately it took for me to get back issues and a bunion to dig deeper and find out what no podiatrist has ever mentioned: that the big toe needs to splay out and not point inward.

Your video is excellent and should be shown in every high school—and not just the sports departments.

I showed this to my daughter who also has foot issues and she understood! No more pointy sneakers for us!

I’ve been wearing your toe correctors and it’s changing everything, not just in my foot but also in my lower leg. It’s taking a while but slowly and surely things are aligning and my brain “gets” it. :)

April 16, 2015
Natural Footgear

Hi, Mary,

Thank you for your message. And thank you for your kind words! We’re thrilled to hear that you’re making some great gains in the foot health department. Please do keep us posted on your progress!

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

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