How Going Barefoot Affects Your Brain | By Dr. Sam Oltman, ND

The anatomical, structural and functional benefits of going barefoot and wearing naturally-shaped shoes are often the emphasis of our education because these tend to be the most immediate and practical. There is, however, another massive benefit to being barefoot and it lies not in your feet but in your head—your brain, to be exact. The … Continue reading How Going Barefoot Affects Your Brain | By Dr. Sam Oltman,...
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Hereditary Bunion Myth: Part III of III | By Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM

You have probably heard the saying by Benjamin Franklin, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” Prevention is the best approach to achieving good health, but many times when it comes to painful health conditions, we do not implement strategies for prevention. Sometimes, we do not know how to prevent a … Continue reading Hereditary Bunion Myth: Part III of III | By Dr. Ray McClanahan,...
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What Makes Correct Toes Unique?

We’re often asked how Correct Toes differ from other toe spacing products. While there are many toe spacers to consider, it comes down to more than just price or material. Function and purpose are important too! Correct Toes were specifically designed to provide lasting health for your toe and foot problems. Here’s what makes Correct … Continue reading What Makes Correct Toes...
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Foot Care Tips for Athletes: An Interview with Dr. Jen Tuttle

Dr. Jen Tuttle is naturopathic physician currently treating patients at our founding clinic, Northwest Foot & Ankle. As a former collegiate soccer player, Dr. Tuttle knows firsthand the importance of having strong, healthy feet. In this interview, you’ll learn more about Dr. Tuttle’s background as an athlete, how she was impacted by athletic footwear and … Continue reading Foot Care Tips for Athletes: An Interview with...
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