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You walk. You run. You wear shoes that don’t fit, but sure look great. Your feet are exhausted at the end of the day, but you figure that’s normal. Our poor feet–we expect them to get us from Point A to Point B, but we rarely consider the beating they take from carrying us around.

Have you thought about your foundation lately?

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Saturday:  9:00 am - 12 Noon

Sunday:  Closed

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6781 Farm to Market 1102

New Braunfels, TX  78132


How’s Your Foundation?


Watson Lane Chiropractic and Wellness

~ Dr. Vanessa Vajdos, DC ~


​Providing Superior Personalized Chiropractic Care to Every Patient
- Serving New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin and Canyon Lake -

​​​Enabling Your Movement


Our feet are complex structures that contain over 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. One-fourth of your body’s bones, 52 in total, are contained in your two feet! Paying attention to how they’re feeling and taking proper care of them is vital to your health. Serious health complications can develop by ignoring your feet and not giving them the care they deserve.


Preventing Future Problems


Foot health is about much more than the pain they might be feeling. Conditions such as plantar fasciitis and stress fractures can develop if you neglect the structure of your feet. So, what can you do?


  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Stand or walk on softer surfaces (e.g. grass or dirt rather than concrete or stone)
  • Schedule an appointment to talk to us about your feet

Improvements to your footwear can include wearing orthotics or other arch support. These may better absorb the shock your feet take and stabilize your foot’s structure.


Are Your Feet to Blame? 


Similar to the cracks in the wall or windows that don’t open and close easily due to a settling house’s foundation, many of your spinal problems may get their start from a poor foundation (feet). Bring it up on your next visit with us and we would be happy to discuss what you might do to help your feet carry you around better.