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Being Kind to Your Feet

June 19, 2015

Being kind to your feet now can make them be kinder to you in the future. Addressing foot problems directly and early can help prevent further foot pain, back pain, knee pain, and more later on. Giving your feet breathable, supportive, and comfortable shoes allows them to work at their best and prevent injury. Airing your feet out and allowing them to walk on soft grass and other non-harsh terrain also helps stimulate the nerves in your feet to better send you signals later on. For more tips on how to keep feet spry, click here:: 6 views on taking care of your tootsies

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