Improve Body Alignment Naturally

Aug 27th, 2013 by Jenna Goldberg | 1 Comment So Far

Think of your own body alignment compared to that of a car. When your car’s alignment is off gas mileage efficiency is reduced while wear and tear increases, as well as the chance of developing more problems. The same is true for your feet! Improper foot alignment causes stress on feet, increases foot fatigue, and can lead to future foot problems. Arch pain, chronic back pain and muscle fatigue are signs of poor alignment. Don’t wait another day, start naturally improving your alignment with products such as After Hours Foot Alignment Socks, Integrative Footwear by Dr. Weil and PediFix Gel Pads.

After Hours Foot Alignment Socks stretch the bones and joints in your toes over time to improve your gait and straighten your toes. Wearing these colorful socks can relieve pain associated with bunions, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, foot cramps, toe cramps, crooked toes and general foot pain.

After Hours Foot Alignment Socks

Dr. Weil Integrative Footwear improves alignment as you stand and walk.  The footbeds combine Orthaheel technology and Dr. Weil’s philosophy that health and well-being should be experienced head to toe.  Proper arch support, heel stabilization and over-all comfort can be felt throughout the gait cycle while wearing Dr. Weil Integrative Footwear.


PediFix Pedi Gel Pads for arch support help improve foot functionality and proper body alignment. These washable gel pads offer comfortable cushioning for flat feet and high arches. Place the Pedifix Pad into your footwear at the arch, or stick it to the bottom of your foot for reduced arch pain and improved alignment.





About Author 

Jenna Goldberg attended University of Hawai’i at Manoa and graduated from California State University Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English concentration. When she is not working in the office as's Web Content Writer and Digital Marketing Specialist you can find Jenna surfing or snowboarding. She also contributes to, The Inertia and SALTED Magazine and other surf and snowboard publications. You can find her on Google +.

One Comment on “Improve Body Alignment Naturally”

  1. Caleb said:

    Thanks for the tips. Many people do not think about the effects that your feet have on your whole body. People need to take care of their feet.