Do You Want to Walk, Run and Jump Pain Free?

Life is a flurry of activity, you have no time to slow down, but you also hate feeling pain every time your feet land on the ground. You should not be dreading to jump off the bed for a brand new day, or getting off that chair to do more work. Chasing after children or fur-babies, performing daily activities to trying to keep yourself fit and healthy requires you to be on your feet most of the time. If you suffer from feet pain from standing or walking, it is not a normal issue that you can just ignore or accept. While the first step towards a pain- free walk is to see us, here are some important pointers that you can try while we get you back onto your feet.

Commitment

You have to be committed to take steps towards your goal. You know that you have to perform the exercise, or stop wearing ill- fitting shoes. Some sacrifices have to be made, but it is for the greater good. Waking up without dreading the pain is worth every effort. If you do not take the medication as prescribed, you will not get better, same goes with treatment plans. A lot of people will tell you that you have to develop good habits by repeating them everyday until it is effortless. Commitment is not easy, but it will be worth it.

Stop Pushing Too Hard

We understand that you want to get back onto your feet as painlessly and as quickly as possible, but pushing your body too hard can create an opposite effect. Sometimes, taking a step back to slow down is just what your feet needs to catch up on healing itself. Exercises are meant to strengthen your legs, but there is a limit your muscles can take. Slow and steady wins the race, we know that you want to be up and running, but good things come to those who wait.

Invest in Your Feet

Not just money in terms of shoes and custom made orthotics, but time as well. We understand that you have a busy lifestyle, but taking it slowly or having a break from strenuous activity is important for your feet. Resting can be a rejuvenating process for your body, perhaps plan your activities so that you can allow your feet plenty of break from walking or running in between. When your feet recovers, you will be able to walk or run without hurting.

It takes effort to maintain feet health, we can help you in your journey to walk, run and even jump without any pain. Every exercise you do, and the rest you take, is a step towards a pair of healthier feet.