Sometimes we can take our feet for granted; however when considering the fact that they have to withstand the pressure of your entire body, we really should take good care of them. In addition to keeping them clean and stretching them, you might also consider rubber-soled shoes. With better shock-absorption than leather shoes, rubber-soled shoes can take some pressure off of your feet.*

When purchasing shoes, ask the salesperson for help in identifying rubber-soled shoes. If you have fairly new leather shoes that you don’t want to waste, increase shock absorption with cushioned insoles for extra support.

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