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  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher
  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher
  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher
  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher
  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher
  • Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher

Superior Stretch SuperiorArch® Upper Arch Foot Stretcher

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Stretch at your own pace!

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$49.99

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$49.99

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How the SuperiorArch® Works The SuperiorArch® has a custom designed incline molded into the select wood base. This allows room for the heel to rotate down avoiding impingement of the heel bones. High Density Foam Pads are placed at the arch and heel contact points. The SuperiorArch® is completely covered with two inch Premium Foam for foot comfort. An adjustable Velcro Flap properly secures any size foot to the SuperiorArch®. How to use the SuperiorArch® The SuperiorArch® is very easy to use. 1. Place your foot on the SuperiorArch® so that the incline bump is under the arch of your foot and your heel is behind the bump. Put enough weight on your foot to compress the foam and to make sure your foot is firmly in the proper position then secure the Velcro strap. For Example: If you want to stretch your right foot, kneel down on your left knee and put your right foot on the SuperiorArch® and lean forward as if you were going to tie your shoe. Then tightly secure the overlapping Velcro strap over the top of your foot. 2. Now adjust yourself so that you can slowly and gently straighten and lower your right leg toward the floor. Stretch as far as you can without causing pain or discomfort. Hold the stretch and count to ten then slowly release and repeat. Note: As with any exercise or stretching activity, if one experienced pain or discomfort one should discontinue the activity immediately. Be careful to not over stretch or to compress or impinge the bones in the rear of the ankle or heel beyond normal activity.

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