Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

BEST FOOT forward

Since early humans developed the ability to walk upright, our feet have performed one of the most important functions of our entire body. They need to be strong enough to absorb the shock of our weight with each step; nimble enough to perform intricate movements that allow us to pivot, rise on our toes and leap; as well as stable enough to ensure good posture and prevent us from falling.

With 26 bones, 33 joints and

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