My Review: Sesamoid T Shellz Wrap is far superior to a heating pad

Posted by on 1/20/2019 to Foot and Ankle Pain
My Review: Sesamoid T Shellz Wrap is far superior to a heating pad
What makes the Sesamoid T Shellz Wrap unique is the fact you can re-position the wrap over multiple areas of the foot for very specific coverage of soft tissue ailments. Allows coverage over the toes, ball of the foot, top or bottom of the foot, along with the sides of the ankle.

"I just bought my second Sesamoid T-Shellz wrap! I have life-long foot issues and I was using one wrap around both feet. I decided to treat myself and buy a second one. The comfort provided is like night and day compared to a heating pad. I tried a heating pad the other day and knew it was useless."  

"There is no question that the T-Shellz warmth extends deep into the tissues. It is the BEST source of comfort I have ever had on my feet! And customer service is excellent...Paul is very helpful and is very eager to provide a great buying experience."

Gloria from Las Cruces, NM

How To Select a Running Shoe Based On Your Foot Alignment

Posted by on 7/10/2018 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
How To Select a Running Shoe Based On Your Foot Alignment
Dealing with foot alignment issues and finding it hard to enjoy your favorite activity due to foot and ankle pain? It is critical to select the proper running shoe based on your individual needs related to any foot alignment issues you are contending with. Read on to find out how to master this process...

Overpronation vs. Underpronation: How To Spot Pronation Deviations

Posted by on 4/30/2018 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
Overpronation vs. Underpronation: How To Spot Pronation Deviations
Considering our feet are the main point of contact with the ground, it’s not that surprising to learn that pronation abnormalities are a source of pain affecting many areas of the body. These overcompensation issues may begin in the feet, but often the imbalances created from pronation issues affect the calves, IT band, knees, hips, and back.

Questioning the Benefits of Orthotics

Posted by on 6/23/2017 to Plantar Fasciitis
Questioning the Benefits of Orthotics
A leading researcher on orthotics indicates they may do more harm than good for most individuals. They actually make the supporting muscles and joints work up to 50% harder...
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