How “Stay at Home” has Helped Your Feet and How to Capitalize on it

Written by Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM and Golden Harper For the past couple of months, the vast majority of us have been staying at home due to circumstances related to COVID-19. For many people, this has been challenging in almost every aspect of our lives. However, one silver lining is the health of your feet. The … Continue reading How “Stay at Home” has Helped Your Feet and How to Capitalize on...
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Importance of Foot Circulation: Plantar Fasciosis, Varicose Veins

Blood flow is essential in maintaining tissue health, especially following an injury, as it provides the vital reparative factors necessary for healing. Compromised blood flow then, can significantly inhibit tissue healing. In regards to the feet, the posterior tibial artery of the lower leg supplies blood to the plantar region (bottom, sole) of the foot, including … Continue reading Importance of Foot Circulation: Plantar...
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Strength Training and Foot Health with Chris Duffin, Founder of Kabuki Strength and Bearfoot Athletics

Chris Duffin, is a world-class powerlifter, founder of Kabuki Strength Lab, Equipment, and Coaching, and founder of Bearfoot Athletics. Chris and Dr. Ray McClanahan, founder and inventor of Correct Toes, recently teamed up to discuss natural foot health as it relates to strength training in a 7-part YouTube series. The ideas discussed in these videos … Continue reading Strength Training and Foot Health with Chris Duffin, Founder...
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Skateboarding and Foot Health: An Interview with 3 Professional Skateboarders

It’s no surprise professional athletes are willing to do whatever it takes to keep their bodies in peak form; and for many athletes, it starts with their feet. Correct Toes is the premier toe spacing tool and is utilized all across professional sports. Trainers, individual athletes, and whole teams in the NBA, NFL, Olympic runners, … Continue reading Skateboarding and Foot Health: An Interview with 3 Professional...
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