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People runningOne of the first steps to healthy running is wearing supportive running shoes. Neglecting to wear proper footwear can lead to a variety of foot problems that can cause injury and impede performance.

Feet are generally categorized into three types: low/flat arch, normal arch, and high arch. Look below to see which type of running shoe fits your foot type.

Feet with low arches

For feet with low arches: Choose a supportive shoe that is designed for stability and motion control. These shoes help to correct for overpronation.

Feet with normal arches

For feet with normal arches: Choose a shoe with equal amounts of stability and cushioning to help absorb shock.

Feet with high arches

For feet with high arches: Choose a cushioned running shoe with a softer midsole and more flexibility. This will compensate for the poor shock absorption of a high-arched foot.

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Academy Clinics has a special interest in high quality custom orthotics.

 

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