Despite state-of-the-art equipment and high-tech ski boots, almost every skier knows what it feels like to have an intense burning sensation in the soles of the feet or even numbness in the toes after spending all day on the slopes. In addition, many skiers are plagued by chronic knee problems and/or pain. At worst, their ski holiday comes to an abrupt end when they injure themselves. Commonplace injuries include bone fractures, sprains, torn ligaments or pulled muscles. The movement sequences required for skiing are, of course, very complex, calling for total body involvement and leading to unusually high stresses on the body. You suddenly remember you have muscles that you simply never use during your normal, day-to-day routine. At the same time, your feet are locked into the rigid “corset” of a ski boot and thus effectively “robbed” of their muscular activity to the greatest extent possible. All this can lead to the symptoms of fatigue we just described. This need not occur. Give your foot muscles the stimulation they need using sensorimotor foot orthoses. Not only will your ankles be more stabilized, but they provide relief to your knees as well. At the same time, the sensorimotor orthoses also stimulate the blood circulation in your feet. Carefree skiing fun is guaranteed.