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ABC11 Local Spotlight: The Good Feet Store

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Thursday, April 18, 2024 7:39PM
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People who experience pain in their back, knees, hips, or feet may actually have feet that aren't supported properly. The Good Feet Store system takes into account the four arches of a foot and works to align the entire body from the ground up. Learn more about the full service they offer and the lives they've helped improve on ABC11 Local Spotlight.

The Good Feet Store Locations

- Raleigh: 1111 Mercantile Dr. Ste 130 Raleigh, NC 27609, phone: 919-875-4240

- Chapel Hill: 95 S Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, phone: 919-875-4250

- Fayetteville: 2713-1 Freedom Pkwy Dr, Fayetteville, NC 28314, phone: 910-475-8935

Watch The Good Feet Store on Local Spotlight
Watch Local Spotlight with The Good Feet Store
Watch the Good Feet Store on Local Spotlight
ABC11 is joined by special guest Santa to discuss the benefits of the Good Feet Store 3-Step System!
Watch The Good Feet Store on Local Spotlight
Watch Local Spotlight with The Good Feet Store
Watch the Good Feet Store on Local Spotlight
Cathy Thacker says on the pain scale, "I went from about an 8-9 to it's maybe a 2-3 at the most. It's a big difference, I wear them all the time."
Alyssa Mallard, high school student, color guard member, and Good Feet Store customer shares, "I've always had a lot of pain in my knees and ankles...We came here to get my arch (supports) and I've been doing better since then...It's worth it, it helps me so much."
Al says he was able to avoid a full ankle replacement surgery, "The difference is noticeable every single day, with every step I take...I walked out of here feeling better."
"This is probably the best investment I've made on my body... the day I got these I think I cried because I was so excited -- no more pain!"
"Best money I've ever spent, they gave me back my quality of life," says U.S. Army Veteran, Don, about using The Good Feet Store system.
Cathy Carlson sustained multiple injuries which left her in pain with limited mobility. Following the recommendation of a friend, she gave The Good Feet store a try and has been impressed with the personalized care and improvement.
The Good Feet Store manager, Jon Slocumb, shares that many clients are trying to fix the root cause of their pain to get back to doing the things they love.