Most of us take our feet for granted. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) finds
, “Foot care continues to fall behind heart, eye, teeth, skin care, and nutrition.” But, think about this, the average adult will walk around
1,200 miles a year, and nearly 75,000 miles in their lifetime. All of that use, combined with the foot’s structural complexity, can lead to the development of injuries and general problems over time.