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A recent survey showed that nearly eight out of 10 Americans have experienced foot pain and many of those who experience chronic foot pain are more likely to have pain in other parts of their body, The National Pain Report noted.
 
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Dr. Frank Spinosa 
 
 
"It’s not surprising to see how many people are affected by foot pain, when survey results show that we view our feet as the least important body part in terms of our overall health and well-being," said former APMA President Frank Spinosa, DPM. "Our feet are literally and figuratively the furthest things from our minds."
 
Source:  Zoe Papadakis, Newsmax [5/20/19]
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
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