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“When our feet hurt, we hurt all over.” (Socrates)

Dysfunctional feet are an unrecognised cause of exercise-related pain and injury (Vorobiev, 1999). Compromised foot structure leads to an unstable foot that, in turn, leads to compensatory activity of muscles to counteract the effects of an unstable base during weight-bearing activity.

Fatigued muscles, lacking energy to relax, develop chronic low-level tension and knots called ‘trigger points’ that impair blood flow, irritate nerves and produce pain during and after activity (Bron and Dommerholt, 2012). Pain can be near the trigger point or referred to areas far from the overworked muscle (Travell und Simons, 1993).

Trigger points in the lower and upper leg, hips and even the torso, head and neck are common consequences of compromised foot structure, as the body strives to create stability on an unstable base. Special exercises such as Toega or using wedges, as well as wearing Functional Footwear, can restore the structure of the foot and thus address the cause of the trigger point problem by increasing the stability of the feet, allowing for pain-free movement and achievement of training and health goals.



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The result: foot function is restored with every step!!


recoverToes: mit 24 Features!


  • Bron C & Dommerholt JD: Etiology of myofascial trigger points. Curr Pain Headache Rep 16: 439-444, 2012.
  • Dishman RK. Exercise adherence: Its impact on public health. Champaign: Human Kinetics Books; 1988.
  • Travell JG & Simons DG. Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1993.
  • Vorobiev, G. Evolution of injuries in athletics. New Stud Ath 4: 23-26, 1999.



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