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Re: Feet


From: Dennis Golombek (dennis_golombek_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 04 2001 - 09:07:45 PST

You've touched a sore subject with me. Our hallways are terrazo and classrooms linoleum but I've suffered from bad feet  and weak ankles since being a youth.Stepped on too many times playing football and my ankles got screwed up from playing hockey. I have orthotics made by a podiatrist. They also help the arthritc knees and the two herniated disks in my spine. (Isn't getting mature fun ?) I also have to watch my feet because of diabetes.

My shoes are P.W. Minor shoes that have extra depth in them for the orthotics with thick rubber soles.  Retirement in a few years may help these dogs of mine.


Dennis Golombek
Lowry Middle School
North Tonawanda, NY

>From: Cindi Hiers
>Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
>To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
>Subject: Feet
>Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2001 07:05:19 -0800 (PST)
>I have been reading about the back troubles, and I am
>praying for you----and trying to be carefull myself,
>but what about FEET!!!! I have tile floors and feel
>like a 90 year old, boy can I use a good cane! You can
>hide your potty problem, but we cannot hide our
>slunched over-grabbing table tops---walk! Love ya, Cindi
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