The Good Feet Store
Customer testimonials aren’t a good fit for claims that shoe inserts address medical conditions like plantar fasciitis.
In October 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Good Feet Worldwide for allegedly falsely advertising that its orthotics:
In addition, plaintiffs claim that Good Feet gives consumers the impression that its sales people are medical specialists by calling them “Arch Support Specialists” and decorating stores with models of the human skeletal system when, according to the complaint, they have little to no training in podiatry, anatomy, or other related areas. (Sisk et al v. Dr.’s Own, Inc. and Good Feet Worldwide LLC, Case No. 19-cv-2079, S. D. CA.)