The HappyAss massaging liquid-gel seat cushion helps support posture, reduce discomfort, improve circulation and make your sitting time much less of a pain. Learn more!
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The OrthoFlop® takes the ease and convenience of a traditional flip-flop, and marries it with the support and stability of a custom orthotic. The result is a breakthrough product that will change the way you enjoy your fun in the sun. Learn more!
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HappyFeet is the only insole company to provide you documented proof that its product works and, what’s more, explains in plain language why it works.
A proper walking environment leads to a stronger foot because of both increased circulation and proper support that adjusts with each step. Learn more:
Here’s the scoop. Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation of the thick, fibrous band of tissue that reaches from the heel to the toes, supporting the muscles and arch of the foot. “Plantar” refers to the bottom of the foot; “fascia” is supportive tissue. When the plantar fascia becomes overly stretched, tiny tears occur in its surface. The band of fascia becomes inflamed with all the pain associated with inflammation. Some experts attributed this type of pain to bony growths called heel spurs but their general agreement now indicates heel spurs are an effect of plantar fasciitis and not a separate cause of pain. Read more »
Lateral Muscular Back Pain simply means muscular pain that is presents itself just above the hips and runs up your sides. The pain we are looking at comes primarily from standing and/or walking for long periods of time during the day and quite simply comes from the muscles being tired.
Approximately 85% of all Americans will experience some type of back pain making it the most common injury and the most expensive.
What we have found is that most people stand slightly tilted forward. This tilt can and does put undue stress on the hips and lower back. Quite simply, the muscles in your back are working to support your weight rather than your spine. If we can slightly realign your posture you will stand more upright offloading pressure from the hip and lower back muscles. Read more »
It happens to almost everyone. You get home at the end of the day and your feet are burning, sore, swollen and just plain tired. We all know the problem but what’s the solution? Lots of us try to find some kind-hearted soul willing to give a soothing, relaxing foot massage to get circulation back to normal in feet and lower legs.
How would you feel at the end of the day if you could enjoy the benefit of an all-day foot massage? Read more »
Calluses grow on the bottom and sides of the foot – anywhere there is friction or rubbing against a hard surface – as the body’s defense mechanism against developing an open sore. The more the rubbing, the thicker the callus tends to form.
HappyFeet float your feet on top of a flexible surface of pharmaceutical-grade glycerin, somewhat like a “water bed” for your feet. When your feet float, rubbing is eliminated and there is no longer any friction between your sole and your shoes. No irritation; no need for the protection of a callus. Over time existing calluses will simply disappear as your feet return to their natural healthy state that comes from restoring a natural healthy environment for them.
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In layman’s terms, three basic conditions impair circulation to feet and legs: Diabetic Neuropathy, Peripheral Neuropathy and Peripheral Vascular Disease. In the U.S. alone, these three conditions are found in over 12 Million citizens.
No surprise: with so many cases in the population, you can find a ton of medical information – some of it is in the section that follows this discussion of basics but most of us are not doctors and benefit most from a straightforward, common sense discussion of these three conditions. Read more »
Morton’s Neuroma is an inflammation of the Plantar Nerve that runs between the Metatarsal Bones of the 3rd and 4th toes.
This inflammation is normally due to the wearing of tight shoes which cause the Metatarsal bones to rub on the Plantar Nerve.
The constant massage of HappyFeet Therapeutic Massaging Insoles attacks and eliminates the pain from Morton’s Neuroma in two ways to assure maximum circulation and attacks and eliminates the pain from Morton’s Neuroma. Read more »
Just wanted to let you all know how much I love the Happy Feet insoles.
I am 4 weeks into a broken foot and am just getting back into my sneakers with the new Happy Feet insoles.
What a comfortable difference it makes to have the extra pressure control and cushion for my sore foot.
Without a doubt they will aid in the healing process as I get back on my feet.
We are happy, happy, happy.
Thanks so much.
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