• OESH founder OESH on NPR: A Cinderella Story for Cville Doc Determined to Craft the Perfect Shoe

    Yesterday morning, our local public radio station WVTF aired a wonderful story about OESH on NPR. Sandy Hausman visited the OESH factory where she saw our new ballet flat and our wall of 3D printers making sandals. She also had a chance to talk to Casey about her journey from medical research to shoe manufacturing. […]

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  • First Doctor Recommended Ballet Flat New Doctor Designed Ballet Flats

    New Doctor Designed and Recommended Ballet Flats Exceed Crowdfunding Goal in First 5 Days of Campaign Wow, we have been impressed with the immediate success of our OESH Dream Flat campaign which, if you haven’t pre-ordered yet go to – https://igg.me/at/oesh-dream. Is it because the OESH Dream is so beautiful? Or is it because it’s […]

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  • OESH Dream Introducing the Dream Flat by OESH

    Your new favorite ballet flat: the Dream Ever since Dr. Casey Kerrigan discovered the extent of harm footwear can do to the body 20 years ago, it has been her Dream to create a women’s dress shoe in which form follows function, peer-reviewed research, and the actual shape of a woman’s foot. | For years, […]

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  • 3D Printed Sandals at the NSF conference 3D Printed Sandals a Huge Hit at NSF Conference

    3D Printed Sandals a Huge Hit at NSF Conference Earlier this week, Casey was in Atlanta for the National Science Foundation SBIR Phase II Grantee Conference, and by all accounts, OESH 3D printed sandals were a huge hit. When she left, we loaded up her luggage with pairs of sandals to wear and show off, […]

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  • 3D Printing OESH Sandals on CBS 19 News

    Our factory and 3D Printers were featured on CBS 19 News at 11:00 on May, 18 2018! Ric Young, with CBS 19, offered a peek inside the factory and spoke to Casey about the future of shoe manufacturing. They also mentioned that the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council nominated OESH Shoes for Entrepreneur of the Year […]

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  • Dr. Kerrigan and a New Department at Harvard Medical School

    Gait research, the study of walking and running, was critical not only to developing OESH, but also to developing a new Physical Medicine department at Harvard Medical School. An article on the history of developing the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) at Harvard Medical School was just published in the journal of PM&R. (Read the […]

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  • Jay Dicharry and Running Rewired

    Casey’s good friend and research colleague Jay Dicharry dropped by the factory this week! Casey and Jay worked together on some of the treadmill research that Casey has discussed here on the blog. Jay is in town for the Running Medicine Conference at UVA, which he co-founded over 16 years ago. At the conference, Jay will […]

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  • Colors: an inspired art exhibit

    If you happen to be in Manhattan sometime over the next three months, I recommend stopping by the Freedman Art Gallery on the Upper East Side which is exhibiting a collection of paintings entitled “Colors” featuring work by over twenty-five artists including Josef Albers, Jack Bush, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, […]

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  • My Treadmill Training Tips

    Happy New Year! It’s time for New Year’s resolutions and updating my widely shared blog post on my treadmill training that I first wrote in 2014. Four years later, my New Year’s resolutions still involve running and I still faithfully run almost every single day. And because I don’t like running in the cold, the […]

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  • Hello, Lea!

    Please help us welcome the Lea to OESH’s collection of high performing, uniquely comfortable shoes for women!   If you are already a fan of OESH’s luxuriously comfortable sneakers and sandals, just wait until you try on the Lea! A lot of the same features you already love in the La Vida v3.0 are also in the […]

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