Six Million Footsteps: A thru-hiker’s journey on the Appalachian trail

By: Maxine Presto Human-powered adventures fascinate me. In particular, long-distance hiking and long-distance running have allowed me to connect more deeply with myself and the world around me. It is incredibly refreshing and fulfilling to rely on my body, particularly my feet, to take me where I want to go. Earlier this year, I boarded … Continue reading Six Million Footsteps: A thru-hiker’s journey on the Appalachian...
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How to Transition to Natural Shoes

Many people are aware that a transition period is required when switching from conventional, PCECH-style (Pronation Control, Elevated, Cushioned Heel) shoes to naturally shaped shoes. In fact, this is one of the most common topics we hear about from patients and customers. Most people want to know the proper protocol for transitioning to foot-healthy footwear—shoes, … Continue reading How to Transition to Natural...
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Footwear’s Impact on the Musculoskeletal System

If you have been scrolling through the Correct Toes blog or website, you’re likely overloaded with an abundance of foot information. Most of our posts explore a certain foot ailment, or the components of healthy footwear. Today we’re going to do something a bit different; this post will focus on what happens to the rest … Continue reading Footwear’s Impact on the Musculoskeletal...
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Does Science Support the Development of Athletic Footwear?

Whether you refer to them as sneakers, trainers, kicks, or tennis shoes, modern athletic shoes are used across a variety of platforms. Over the past century athletic shoes have undergone considerable changes, transforming from humble beginnings of simple rubber and canvas to elaborate devices filled with the newest technologies. Today, we’ll explore the development of … Continue reading Does Science Support the Development...
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