First, podiatrist and elite runner Dr. Ray McClanahan discusses the function of the foot:
“I also have not found in my 15 years of podiatry practice that any manmade technology can overcome … the natural ability of the human foot ….”
Mom and Clark University biology professor Dr. Heather Wiatrowski relates her own transition:
“Now, my feet look really, really good. This past summer was the first summer since I’ve been a runner that I’ve been able to wear sandals. My toenails all looked perfect.”
But what about your feet?!
“The height and shape of the longitudinal arch have no bearing on the strength or usefulness of the foot. Weakness of the arch is rarely, if ever, accompanied by breaking or lowering, and flat foot as a pathological entity hardly exists.”
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