Was Zion Williamson’s injury caused by the materials blowing out or something else?
Linda Sables explains what ArchMasters is and the products we carry.
Dr. Sables shows how to get the most function from the Runner’s Tie.
Be aware of shoes that claim to cure your condition.
Here at ArchMasters-Orthotics, Shoes, and Footcare we often hear people say they do not want to wear sandals or flip flops because they do not want their bunions and hammertoes showing.
Dr. Sables demonstrates a simple way to stretch the Achilles Tendon.
Dr. Sables frequently gets asked if custom orthotics while cycling.
When taking the mold of a foot, it is crucial to have the foot in the correct position.
Hear former foot surgeon, Dr. David Sables, explain the features that make a good walking shoe.
Dr. David J. Sables explains two quick foot recovery tips after exercise.
Are your feet giving you trouble after the big race? David J. Sables, D.P.M., C. Ped. explains how to know if it’s standard recovery or an injury?
Here at ArchMasters, we often get asked if you can wear orthotics or shoe inserts in sandals. The answer- yes, most of the time.
Here at ArchMasters we often get asked “How often do I need new shoes?” Well..that depends on how often you wear the shoes and type intensity of the activity involved.
Red Wing Shoes by Irish Setter come in a variety of width, sizes, and styles. These boots are versatile. They can be worn for construction, hiking, framing or even in the office.
Top of the line comfort shoes! Dr. David J. Sables and Linda L. Sables, C. Ped. attend the shoe show in Atlanta each year
Dr. Sables explains how to properly utilize the runners tie/ runners knot to prevent heel slippage while wearing lace up shoes!
Do you have an itis of the foot? Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, and Posterier Tibial Tendonitis?
David J. Sables D.P.M., C. Ped. explaining the benefits of Bako Pathology foot care products.
Dr. David J. Sables discusses how your child’s foot pain may not be from an over use injury or growing pains.
This video shows a young patient standing how he normally would-flat footed. You can see that he is easily able to cross his pinky toe over the 4th toe.