We Specialize In…

  • Properly fitted shoes
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Heel Spurs
  • Running or Exercise related injuries
  • Post Surgical Shoes
  • Sciatica
  • Achy Tired Feet
  • Personalized Foot Care
  • Helping you to “Run (or walk) Happy”

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    • Pin pointing the resaon for sciatica and then using that knowledge to address the issue. Many times sciatica issues are realted to posture and the issues surrounding incorrect posture such as, hper pronation or flat feet. Correcting this issue with proper footwear or orthotics (and sometimes the combination of the two) can greatly relieve the nerves and take pressure off of the spine.

  1. I have recently been diagnosed with Plantar Fasciitis and a Heel Spur on my right foot. The insert the doctor recommended makes me feel like i am twisting my foot to the right and walking on the side of my foot. The doctor said it would feel better with time. Can you help with this? I want to get back to my walk/run routine.

    • Michael,
      Yes we have a variety of items that can help relieve Plantar Fasciitis without the use of an orthotic. Bring the orthotic with you when you come in so we can take a look at your gait with the orthotic. From there we can work with you to find a long term solution. Plantar Fasciitis is one of those foot issues that can be cured but it takes diligence and time. We look forward to helping you.

      Angie Wilkins

  2. Yes, my mom has lymphedema and hurt feet swell. She wears bandages to decrease the swelling but lately she can’t fit into her shoes. Do you help with that?

    • Shonda,

      Yes we deal with lymphedema and swelling in the feet as well. We may need to order her in a special width but we have a good variety of styles that we can pick from. If possible it is best to bring her in when the swelling is at its peek if at possible. That will ensure that we have enough room for the swelling. We also have compression sock that help with the lymphedema.

      Angie Wilkins

    • Jessica,
      Usually a Podiatrist or a Dermatologist can help with warts on the feet. There are some over the counter medication that help also.
      Good Luck!

      Angie Wilkins

  3. I am having toe surgery in May and Dr Stephenson told me I should come see you guys about shoes. He will be fusing my big toe due to arthritis in it. What price range are we talking?

    Thank you!
    Kerrie

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