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Of fallen egos and fallen arches.

Discussion in 'Personal' started by ian60, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. ian60

    ian60 New commenter

    When I first started posting for advice on these pages, some might have described me as a little flighty, or even flirty.
    But those days have changed, it is very hard to be anything else but humble when asking for help with (what I believe to be) a fallen arch.
    I tried a gel filled pair of inserts at the Great Yorkshire Show a week ago, they squished about and supported the need be parts. I wish I had bought them, but didn't and don't remember their name.
    Any other kindly folk care to share good advice/experience
  2. joli2

    joli2 New commenter

    Dr Foot insoles might be useful
  3. ian60

    ian60 New commenter

    Oh joli2, you are so sweet! I really didn't think anyone would respond to a thread about foot arches.
    But you did!
    Bless you.

    After much searching,I think I am after something called FLOSOLE
  4. marshypops

    marshypops New commenter

    Would a visit to your GP be helpful in the long term?

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