What is Foot Pain?


If you’re living with pain from common conditions like plantar fasciitis, hammertoes, bunions, heel spurs or neuromas, odds are you’re not enjoying life to its fullest. READ MORE

You’ve probably run to the drugstore and bought over the counter inserts but chances are those inserts didn’t take away the pain for very long.
Nearly 70% of Good Feet Arch Support wearers revealed in a survey they had spent valuable time and money over and over to reduce their pain—unsuccessfully. Then, after trying a lot of other “remedies,” they came to Good Feet to see if our arch support and foot pain products would actually reduce or even alleviate their pain.
After wearing Good Feet Arch Supports, 3 out of 5 Good Feet customers said their pain was reduced by at least 90%. More than half of those surveyed said they felt exceptional pain relief—event TOTAL pain relief—and said they cannot live without their Good Feet Arch Supports.

Learn About These Common Foot Pain Problems and
How Good Feet® Can Help Eliminate or Alleviate Them


  • About three quarters of the US population will experience foot problems at some time in their lives; over half of them are over the age of 50, but about 35% are between the ages of 18-24.
  • Your feet have almost a quarter of all the bones in your body – 26 bones in each foot.
  • There are more than 60 joints, 200 ligaments, and 35 muscles in your feet.
  • Standing in one spot for long periods of time can be worse on your feet than walking long distances. The reason is you’re using only a few muscles for a long period of time to support your body’s weight when standing compared to spreading the load among various muscles while in motion.
  • During an average day of walking, the amount of pressure applied to your feet can total tons. Equivalent to the average weight of a cement truck fully loaded.
  • Women are four times more likely to experience foot problems than men.
  • An average walker takes between 8,000 and 10,000 steps a day.

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