Our Feet are designed to adapt to different types of surfaces, absorbing shock and impact during walking, jogging, or running.

Our feet must be capable of transforming into a rigid structure in order to stabilize and move the body forward, This is known as 'normal foot function'.

Unfortunately, most of us suffer (to a degree) from abnormal foot function which can throw the whole body off, causing pain, discomfort and injury.

An estimated 70% of the population suffer from 'over-pronation' - or rolling inwards of the feet and ankles, and collapsing of the arches.