ELIMINATE FOOT PAIN:
There are 2 (Two) Types of Custom Orthotics. These are Custom Functional orthotics that correct abnormal foot "Function" and Custom Accomadative orthotics that correct or eliminate abnormal increased pressure points at the bottom of the feet to provide comfort.
Excellent and the primary treatment for Heel and Arch pain medically known as Plantar fasciitis and Heel spur syndrome. Common conditions that require FUNCTIONAL ORTHOTICS would be appropriate for Bunions, Clawed toes, Hammer toes, Morton's Neuroma, ArchPain, Heel Pain, Plantar Fascitis, Heel Spurs, Shin Spints, Arthritic foot and ankle Joints, Knee pain, Hip pain and Lower back pain. These are commonly an important treatment for a condition known as PLANTAR FASCITIS. Plantar Fascitis is usually associated with an acute pain at the bottom of the heel, the arch or both. The pain usually presents upon rising from bed in the morning or after sitting for periods of time.
Common conditions that require ACCOMMODATIVE ORTHOTICS would be appropriate for Painful reocurring Callouses at the Bottom of the Feet and Painful Heels and Arch areas that are NOT normally painful when initially standing from sitting or from arising from bed. The Pain normally only occurs after standing and or walking for longer Periods of time. These are also very common for diabetics because they relieve pressure from the major pressure areas at the bottom of the feet which helps to prevent diabetic ulcerations.
Athletes of all sports would benefit from FUNCTIONAL CUSTOM ORTHOTICS versus ACCOMMODATIVE CUSTOM ORTHOTICS.
Functional Orthotics are Great at alleviating Pain at the Feet, Ankles, Knees, Hips and Lower back. They provide proper support at the Arch and additionally straightens the heel to help keep the foot in its proper position which then aligns the Ankles, Knees , Hips and Lower back to stop excessive strain at the ligaments and tendons at these areas.
The devices correct the entire posture for the Alleviation of Pain and Optimum Performance for Athletes. They normally can be transferred from one shoe to another, depending on the depth of the shoe. This is my 30th year in Podiatry and when the devices are correctly and professionally constructed, excellent results of Comfort and Allevaiation of Pain are the usual outcome.
Clinically and Medically Proven.
Podiatrist 30 years of experience
Custom Professional Foot Orthotics for Plantar Fascitiis
THREE EASY STEPS:
1.) Place an order
2.) The Impression kit for your feet with Instructions will be mailed to you to arrive on average in 4 days or less. After the mold impression is completed, simply fill out the included short Questionare and return the impression box with the Questionare using the Free (Postage Paid) label.
3.) In 2 (two) weeks or less you will receive your custom made orthotics from the molds of your feet.
* Normally Lasts a minimum of 5 years often a lifetime
* A FREE NEW TOP covering of the Comfort material can be applied or provided for the devices once after one year for absolutely NO charge. After the first year the TOP coverings are always available for Twenty Five ($25 ) plus postage at any time.
Our Custom orthotics are used to correct abnormal foot function and to alleviate stretching or injury to the ligaments and tendons at the foot and ankle. These are the primary causes of foot pain. In addition, the custom orthotics will ensure that your feet are placed in the correct or optimal position that your feet should be in while walking and standing. This medical term is called the "Neutral Position." It is very common for one's feet to not be in the desired neutral position. Additional conditions of the feet being out of the Neutral position, can cause bunion deformities, hammertoe deformities, plantar fasciitis or heel pain, neuroma's, arthritis at the foot and ankle, ankle pain, knee pain and knee arthritis, hip pain and hip arthritis and lower back pain.
* Aids in the prevention of bunions and deformed toes
*Alleviates pain in the foot, ankle, legs, knees, hips and lower back.
*Maintains correct alignment of the foot and leg.
*Supports the arch
*Absorbs shock and distributes pressure evenly across the bottom of the feet.