PowerStep is proud to be a member or supporter of these great organizations:

American Podiatric Medical Association

Founded in 1912, the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), headquartered in Bethesda, MD, is the leading resource for foot and ankle health information. Currently, the organization represents a vast majority of the estimated 18,000 podiatrists in the country. provides podiatric physicians and meeting exhibitors access to critical information to help choose and plan for which podiatric meetings, conferences, and seminars to attend. They also strive to provide meeting planners/organizers with vital information to help with future meeting scheduling.

Running Industry Association

The Running Industry Association (RIA) is a non-profit organization that supports the brick and mortar running retail channel throughout the United States and Canada. Their members are independently owned stores, the brands that sell within the channel, and the companies that provide services and support to the channel.

 American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association

The American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association (APMSA) is the only national organization representing approximately 2,300 students enrolled at the nine colleges of podiatric medicine. By virtue of enrollment in a college of podiatric medicine, all students are members of the Association.

Patriot Project Chiropractic Care

The Patriot Project is a grassroots movement to provide chiropractic care to all active military, their families, wounded warriors and all Gold Star Dependents. The Patriot Project aims to change this by making chiropractic care readily available to service members. With adequate funding, the Patriot Project plans to develop a USO-type chiropractic care tour, visiting military bases at home and around the world.

National Shoe Retailers Association

The National Shoe Retailers Association (NSRA) is a non-profit organization helping independent shoe store owners throughout the United States and Canada improve business performance.