Why is arch support bad?

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Why is arch support bad?

It’s simple. Just stop by any Good Feet Store. No appointment is necessary, but if you prefer, you can schedule an appointment at the store near you.

Q. Is Good Feet Store worth the money?

Sigrid Meyer recommends The Good Feet Store. I have had constant pain off and on in both my feet for quite some time. My husband purchased from you and it helped him so much he urged me to go in. I had so much trouble walking and so much pain.

Q. Do you need an appointment at the Good Feet Store?

It’s simple. Just stop by any Good Feet Store. No appointment is necessary, but if you prefer, you can schedule an appointment at the store near you.

Warranty Information Send the product and a copy of the original store receipt showing you purchased your arch supports at an authorized Good Feet franchise location. $19.95 replacement fee if product was purchased within last 3 months. Leather covering is warrantied for 3 months against wear, ripping, or peeling.

Q. How long does it take at the Good Feet Store?

Just 60 Minutes Can Change Your Life At your Free Fitting, which can take up to an hour, we will properly measure your feet and take into account your lifestyle and arch size.

Q. What is the cost of Good Feet arch supports?

Most run between $40 and $70. If you see any non-prescription devices selling for more than $85, talk to us or to your podiatrist before spending your money. Prescription orthotics will, of course, cost more, but you are getting much more for your money.

Q. How much are Upstep orthotics?

Prices for standard orthotics in the United States using the Upstep website range from $189 to $239, 35%-50% less than the $300-$500 cost of orthopedic orthotics purchased at a podiatrist’s clinic.

Because of the amount of weight that the foot is expected to bear, arch support removes the body’s ability to successfully manage its own mass and this can end up having a host of unintended consequences including muscle atrophy, a reduction in ankle mobility, heel pain and achilles tendon pain.

Q. How Much Does a Good Feet arch support cost?

Most run between $40 and $70. If you see any non-prescription devices selling for more than $85, talk to us or to your podiatrist before spending your money.

Q. Can you have too much arch support?

The inside bottoms of your feet may swell. Foot movement, for example standing up on your toes, is a challenge and you have notable back and leg pain. Poor foot arch support can also lead to abnormal stress on the knee and hip, causing discomfort and pain in these joints, too.

Q. Why are orthotics not covered by insurance?

Accommodative, digital, or supportive orthotics are flexible or semi-rigid devices and are used to ease foot pain. Since they do not correct the condition, they are considered comfort and convenience items and are excluded from coverage.

Q. Does the Good Feet Store have a money back guarantee?

In the unlikely event that we are unable to provide an arch support to which you can adapt to; you may return your supports for store credit for returned arch supports within 60 days. No exchanges or returns will be accepted for non-lifetime warrantied supports.

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