Orthotics are a great way to help with issues related to walking and alignment, including knee, foot, and lower back pain. They can help to realign the bones in the foot and ankle, and take stress off other parts of the body, such as the back, neck, shoulders, and hips. Custom foot orthotics also cushion your feet, provide comfort, support your arches, and evenly distribute your body weight to eliminate pressure on your feet.
HOW DO ORTHOTICS WORK?
Here at Pointe Village Chiropractic, we provide custom foot orthotics which will match the contours of your feet precisely, and are designed for the way you move. Orthotics can help anyone with discomfort relating to walking, or imbalances in the body that are known to cause related pain. A tremendous benefit of custom orthotics is that they can be worn on a daily basis and utilized during most activities.
We fit our patients with Foot Levelers custom-made functional orthotics utilizing 3D imaging technology which includes the patented Gait Cycle System to help absorb heel-strike shock, provide flexibility and stability, and add a propulsive boost. When the foot hits the ground, Foot Levelers orthotics will provide the correct support. Custom orthotics, footwear and flip flops – all 100% guaranteed.
While over-the-counter shoe inserts are available at most drugstores, they lack the custom-built precision of a prescription orthotic. These ‘one-size-fits-all’ inserts rarely match your feet well, or provide the customized support you need.
Interested in incorporating orthotics into your treatment plan? contact us at (586) 468-4461 and schedule an appointment to have your feet digitally scanned and discuss how custom orthotics might ease your discomfort and increase your balance and alignment.
Foot Levelers is the world’s leading provider of individually designed custom orthotics.
3 Arch Advantage™: Support for your 3 Arches
The feet are the foundation of the body. They provide the necessary stability to perform daily activities by supporting the weight of the entire body using a strong, 3-arched bond called the plantar vault.