Did you know that the way you stand on your feet can contribute to lower back and knee pain? In a process known as pronation, the foot slowly becomes flat and loses its arch. This can be a major factor in a variety of ailments, particularly foot pain, knee pain, and lower back pain. This week, we are joined by special guest Dr. Steven Garber of Cartersville Chiropractic Care. Dr. Garber explains how foot pain
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