The state of your feet goes beyond your ankle and toes. Foot pain is an indication of whole-body alignment, a predictor of mobility as we age, and a risk factor for other illnesses of the knee and hip. You can bring your feet to many experts over your lifetime, or you can choose, today, to become the expert of your own body.
Fixing foot pain can be as simple as adjusting your walking and standing habits. Practice these gentle exercises in minutes a day, in the comfort of your own home. And of course there’s your closet, full of beautiful, shiny, red, strappy, “fill-in-the-blank” shoes. Maybe you’re an advocate of healthy footwear. Maybe you don’t even wear high heels. No matter what your footwear preferences, there are things happening to your body, in response to what you put on your feet.
The solution is real, and simpler than you ever imagined.
And P.S., This book is fun and funny. Katy knows what it’s like to be a woman in your shoes!
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ABC News: Foot Pain Solutions
In Every Woman’s Guide to Foot Pain Relief, Ms. Bowman skillfully blends scientific research with everyday application in an understandable and entertaining format. She shares abundant advice for overall health. Read it and apply it! Your feet, and whole body, will say "thank you."William C. Whiting, Ph.D. (Author of Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Injury and Dynatomy: Dynamic Human Anatomy)
[Bowman] sensibly helps readers to recognize the consequences of our conscious and unconscious foot behavior by offering direct, accessible and effective foot solutions that anyone can adopt and incorporate with their private clients, group classes and personal self-care.Jill Miller (creator of Yoga Tune Up®)
Katy Bowman’s effort is breezy and informal about anatomy and biomechanics, but bright and informative about ‘foot gym’ – what to do to restore movement health and ‘under-standing’ in those poor souls still banging their heels and jamming their toes into the sensory deprivation chambers we call shoes.Thomas Myers (Author of Anatomy Trains and director of Kinesis, Inc.)