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Re: nursery interview apparel

In a message dated 2/12/04 8:48:31 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< Yes, I tried some gel inserts last year that really helped. >>

Kitty, mine is a $70 custom insert made by the foot dr.  I make sure I am 
always on a stress pad if working in the same spot.  Unfortunately, my doctor 
died of cancer recently so I am concerned with getting a replacement as this one 
expires.  It took many visits and alterations to the insert to get it just 
right.  I pronate (sp?) which puts stress incorrectly on the fore foot.  The 
insert is designed to hold my foot in the correct postion.  It does not fit in a 
dress shoe so I usually wear a good running shoe.

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