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04-02-2005, 05:47 PM
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futurcorerock
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Originally Posted by Rob Paxon
I think I might...

When I played basketball back in 7th grade I had extreme foot pain, so I went to the doctor. He took x-rays and all that jazz, diagnosed me with something and told me to get arch supports. I did but to this day my feet still hurt a lot when I do anything active. I don't know if what I have is flat feet, but I always assumed so. If I had health insurance I just may be inclined to figure this thing out.

They hurt really bad with my new skates, too. I never put supports in my skates and always figured I should; I suppose I will.
According to some online resources, Corrective inserts are crucial to maintaining healthy knees throughout life. Rolling feet and foot pains can mess up your knees due to putting multiples of your body weight on the joint, which in turn can influence back problems as well.

I'm scared straight.

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