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One of the things I like best about his website is his “Information Section” which is filled with step-by-step How To’s for learning more about your feet, along with tips for making sure you choose the right products for your specific foot type.
Here is David’s advice regarding how to determine your foot’s natural arch height:
This is important to know before you purchase arch supports or orthotics.
It’s also interesting if you simply want to know if you have flat feet, or a high arch — compared to most other people.
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