CORRECT: Supination and pronation are normal parts of the walking and running motion cycle of the foot. However, over-supination (sometimes evident by having “bow legs”, or if the foot rolls outwards), or over-pronation (evident when your foot rolls inward “knock knees”), can cause problems throughout the body. Over-supination and over-pronation can contribute to developing plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, shin splints, stress fractures, and ankle, knee, and hip strains. When biomechanical problems such as these are mild, an over-the-counter orthotic such as Pedag Correct can be very helpful. Whether you mildly over pronate or supinate, Correct gently shifts your foot back into correct alignment and helps to bring the standing, walking, or running motion of your foot back to normal.