The American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine ("ACFAOM") has endorsed the FootMate System, by Gordon Brush. 

Stephen Albert, DPM, FACFAOM, President of ACFAOM, noted, "We have evaluated the FootMate System and believe that it will provide significant benefits to people with foot and ankle issues, the elderly, or people with mobility problems. We also think that the FootMate System can benefit people with tired and sore feet or for anyone wanting a way to clean and massage their feet."
Norman Wallis, PhD, ACFAOM's Executive Director, added, "The collaboration with Gordon Brush and ACFAOM's endorsement of the FootMate System, will provide our members with a value added product that they can offer their patients to help maintain good foot hygiene."
"In addition to opening up the door for us into the podiatric professional market, the ACFAOM endorsement supports our belief that the FootMate System promotes improved foot health for the elderly, people with foot and ankle issues and reduced mobility, and anyone wanting a spa like feeling at home", said Ken Rakusin, President and CEO, of Gordon Brush.
The American-made FootMate System helps make optimal foot health easy. It is a brush and specially formulated gel that cleans and massages feet without having to bend over.
ACFAOM is the only Specialty Organization affiliated with the American Podiatric Medical Association ("APMA") that represents the full scope of the medical, orthopedic, and biomechanical aspects of podiatric practice.  ACFAOM, with a membership of approximately 1,000 doctors and 450 student doctors, is a national organization of highly educated and trained podiatric physicians dedicated to assuring that primary podiatric medicine, broadly defined as orthopedics and medicine of the lower extremities, is the cornerstone of contemporary podiatric practice.