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Posted by Bob on September 09, 1999 at 04:50:42:

In Reply to: Re: Tennis ball feel disappears after a few weeks; Inconclusive results posted by Terry Leung on August 25, 1999 at 11:28:43:


: The way you choose your shoe is important, make
sure the surface of the shoe where you put your
orthotics on is flat. For example, if you put on
a nike shoes where they already have their own
"curve" on the surface, then you can experience
some pain with the orthotics. PS. Choose your
shoes carefully.

: Ballroom dancing requires exact balance and a firm top line.These inserts somehow align the frame in such a manner that not only is the balance improved but the top line becomes automatic and requires no effort to maintain consistently.Dancers will spend thousands to achieve what these inserts did for me and my partner in 4 days.I can not explain it except I revert back to poor posture and bad balance without them and the top line goes back to spaghetti in comparison.Perhaps after a year or so I can toss them if my frame becomes aligned without the inserts.Also my body feels tired if I do not use these inserts in my shoes or socks now.200 bucks I would spend 2000 afterthis experience and they are only 2 pieces of plastic.

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