Re: Fallen Arch

Hi,
I know your concern. My arch just fell yesterday, very painfully. I assume because my job requires me to stand and walk constantly for 8hrs a day.
So today I've been looking up some info about it.
I'm not a doctor. But apparently there are some safety precautions you can make use of. For example orthotics. Daily exercising your feet cant hurt either. Like standing on the stairs, let the front half of your foot hang over the edge and try to curl your foot down.
But I have a question. Is it possible to sue your workplace because it causes a person's arch to fall causing them severe pain for the rest of their life? My workplace doesnt have so-called padding underneath the flooring. So its like walking on a cement floor all day. Then there's working 8hrs a day without breaks or rest periods because of my job requirements. So is it possible?

Posted By SweetDream on December 10, 2003 at 18:26:26:

In Reply to: Fallen Arch posted by Rachael on November 26, 2003 at 01:57:52:

The proprietary gel also provides extra protective padding to help comfort the pain caused by metatarsal soreness. May be used for relieving the burning sensation under the metatarsal heads, calluses and tarsal fat pads.

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