Stephen B.

(Austin, TX)

This place is absolutely the best! I have plantar fasciitis and would get stabbing pains in my heels and middle arches of my feet but after visiting the store my problems were solved within about one week just from walking on the solutions they sold me. 2 years later today I went back and they solved a couple of new issues I had for free. These guys are absolutely the best and if you are on the fence, trust me you should try them out!

James A.

(Austin, TX)

I have to say that my experience at Good Feet at Lake Line was great. I really did not know what to expect. What I did know is that I had bad foot pain, plantar fasciitis. I ended up with the whole system and it has been about 2 weeks now. Amazingly almost all of my pain has gone away. I did follow specific instructions for the adjustment period so that helped a lot. I found the staff to be very friendly and concerned about my pain. It is well worth what I spent. My feet were killing me and now they are not. I also appreciated that my salesman followed up to see how I was doing. Good customer service for sure.

Olivia T.

(Austin, TX)

I had plantar fasciitis for over a year. I have been treated by my primary Doctor, podiatrist, had injections, physical therapy, and bought various types of insoles, did various foot exercises, which all only lasted short time and the pain started back. I couldn't walk bare-footed anymore, or walk very far without sharp burning pain. Then the pain moved also to my left lateral foot. I had watched this Good Feet Store Ad several times and yes, I said, they are paying people to say that their fasciitis is 99% better and I just kept the phone number and address on file . Then in April, I decided that I was tired of paying co-pays and spending money useless and not getting long term results. So I decided to make a visit to the store after talking to several people over the phone. I'm not bragging and I don't give honor to one or something if it's not earned. I could tell a difference right away after Zack took my imprints and fitted me with three pairs of arches. I finally went back today for a follow up and to be re-fitted. My fasciitis is so much better!!! I can jog, perform speed-walking, and walk bare-footed without the extreme pain that I had before coming here for help. Truthfully, my fasciitis has improved greatly. Thanks to Zack initially and today to Troy :)!!! I wish I had come here sooner!!! It's worth it because there is nothing like being free of foot pain!!! If your feet hurt, your whole body is affected. Initially, I told them what was advertised on TV & they honored what they advertised even the book was mailed to me because they were out of them and I also received the coupon!!! I have stood on my feet for over 40 years and still stand quite a bit!!! Known as OT!!!

James H.

(Austin, TX)

For fourteen years I did hard labor at a local food bank. Although it was a labor of love, it took a huge toll on my body. My knees were so trashed from pulling orders I had to crawl upstairs to get to my bedroom at night. The plantar fasciitis prompted me to visit the podiatrist, who measured my barking dogs and had some inserts fashioned. They offered some relief, but blew out in no time at all. I heard the ad on the radio about The Good Feet Store and thought, "What can I lose?" Twenty-four miles later I arrived and was given courteous and patient service from Mike. He explained that, rather than just an insert to offer comfort, The Good Feet Store's theory was that the feet have "muscle memory"; that is to say, they can regain their long-lost structure. The sensation of being able to stand correctly and walk was astounding! Yesterday, I returned after three months to check my progress and have the expert discern if my inserts were still viable. They were, and after more foot imprints it was evident my soles had radically reshaped themselves. My suggestion to all who have given up hope, is to visit the store, go with the program and be patient; it's going to take some time. Worth every penny!

Bobby M.

(Austin, TX)

I SUFFER from plantar fasciitis and am constantly on my feet. The system relieved my heel pain almost immediately. I highly recommend them.

Sylvia F.

(Austin, TX)

I was skeptical that I would feel any relief; however, I felt relief with each step. Dave was very knowledgeable. I am leaving with more relief than anticipated. I would recommend Good Feet to anyone.

Brian D.

(Austin, TX)

Dave was great fitting my supports to help with my heal pain. This will help me get back to my boot camp workouts and cycling that I enjoy so much. I can already feel the difference.

Nicole W.

(Austin, TX)

I was getting desperate to heal my plantar fasciitis. Shots where my next option according to my foot doctor. I wasn't 100% ready for that as it is supposed to be very painful. Tried this store out as a last resort, and yes it's a little expensive, but can't argue this price with the pain I endured for about 2 years. (I had changed jobs because of it.). Two nice things. 1) I used my HSA to pay for it. 2) I can get refitted and get new inserts for like 20.00. I think their guarantee is to not wear out that fast (other over counter products just weren't holding up to what they promised.) I am over 1 year later with no returning Plantar Fasciitis and haven't been using the inserts. If I start to develop again I would just start using again. I would say total healing time was about 1-2 months of wearing properly. I do hope they come up with a better solution from the Velcro as it did damage the inside of the shoes and it didn't always stay since I guess I'm really hard on my feet. Well done guys, I am recommending all the time when some I need complains about their feet.

James H.

For fourteen years I did hard labor at a local food bank. Although it was a labor of love, it took a huge toll on my body. My knees were so trashed from pulling orders I had to crawl upstairs to get to my bedroom at night. The plantar fasciitis prompted me to visit the podiatrist, who measured my barking dogs and had some inserts fashioned. They offered some relief, but blew out in no time at all.I heard the ad on the radio about The Good Feet Store and thought, "What can I lose?" Twenty-four miles later I arrived and was given courteous and patient service from Mike. He explained that, rather than just an insert to offer comfort, The Good Feet Store's theory was that the feet have "muscle memory"; that is to say, they can regain their long-lost structure .The sensation of being able to stand correctly and walk was astounding! Yesterday, I returned after three months to check my progress and have the expert discern if my inserts were still viable. They were, and after more foot imprints it was evident my soles had radically reshaped themselves. My suggestion to all who have given up hope, is to visit the store, go with the program and be patient; it's going to take some time. Worth every penny!

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