The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art. – Leonardo Da Vinci

I’ve been working with feet and shoes for over a decade to improve health and fitness. The more I learn about the foot, the more I respect the foot and realize this is where we need to begin… from the ground up! The first part of our body to hit the ground with forward gait is our feet–if something is not right with our feet, these issues can travel right up our chain of movement to decrease our efficiency and decrease our safety. Humans are the ONLY animals that walk completely upright on two legs; therefore, our feet are extremely important for maintaining our “vertical column” so we do not fall. Since we only have two feet instead of four, our base of support is very narrow for such a tall vertical column. All of this means our feet (and shoes) are very important to our overall movement–and even health. I hope my site helps you with your feet, your movement, your safety, and your overall quality of life. – RJ


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“Long Second Toe” (Classic Greek Foot)

June 5, 2016

The “Long Second Toe” or what is sometimes called a Classic Greek Foot or Morton’s Toe is not discussed much by today’s foot fitness people; however, once again, history has a lot to say about fitness, movement, and even “foot” fitness. Here’s a nice look back at this foot condition and what to do about it with Enid Whittaker who is the Managing Director of Bonnie Prudden Myotherapy, Inc. Enid worked with Bonnie for over 40 years. Bonnie Prudden…

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I am 31. I have been in a wheelchair for 2 months with an extreme case of Achilles tendonosis and plantar fasciitis. The tendonosis is healing and responding very well to physical therapy. The PF…is a different story. Of all the things I have tried that have not worked…I hate the custom orthotics the most. Finding myself at the end of my rope, short on hope, and catching myself (again) sitting in my wheelchair and crying, I desperately sat at the computer for the 900th time to look for something…anything that could offer me a ray of hope and…

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Foot Facts

Going to Fall or “PREVENTING” Falls?

Feet. They are critical for fall prevention yet often overlooked.

A recent article in the New York Times entitled, Bracing for the Falls of an Aging Nation pointed out or increasing problems in America with falls and injuries related…

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