orthotics can assist people facing common foot problems caused by Bunion, Flatfeet, Corns and calluses, Plantar fasciitis, Ingrown toenails, Achilles Tendinitis, Achilles Tendon, Metatarsalgia, Tendinitis, Plantar warts, Reactive arthritis, Septic arthritis, Sprains and strains, Stress fractures, Morton’s neuroma, Rheumatoid arthritis, Broken ankle / foot, Bursitis, Gout, Osteoarthritis, Pseudogout, Sprained ankle, and Bone spurs.

4 07, 2019

How to Avoid Knee Pain


How to Avoid Knee Pain Knee pain is a common complaint that affects people of all ages. Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage or mechanical problems. Medical conditions — including arthritis, gout and infections — also can cause knee pain. Many types of ---

How to Avoid Knee Pain2019-07-04T12:27:06-04:00
8 04, 2019

Custom-Made Orthotics Vs Over-The-Counter Insoles


Custom-Made Orthotics Vs Over-The-Counter Insoles Today, you can find orthotics in the drug store and the grocery aisle. They are mass produced, come in multiple sizes, designed for men or women, walking or sports, and cost around $20-$40. Custom-made orthotics run $400-$600, and are usually covered by extended health care benefits. So, why go through ---

Custom-Made Orthotics Vs Over-The-Counter Insoles2019-04-08T16:57:26-04:00
10 03, 2019

Bunion: Painful Lump At the Base of the Big Toe


Bunion: painful lump at the base of the big toe Its a bunion - misaligned big toe joint which can become red, swollen and tender. It is formed when the bone tissue at the base of the big toe joint moves out of place. The deformity forces the toe to bend toward the other toes. ---

Bunion: Painful Lump At the Base of the Big Toe2019-03-10T23:23:34-04:00
10 03, 2019

Types of Orthotic Inserts


Orthotic Inserts for Shoes There are seven types of orthotic inserts for shoes to prevent foot pain and treat foot problems, including Plantar Fasciitis, Bunion, Flatfeet, Corns and Calluses, Tendinitis, Plantar Warts, Reactive Arthritis,  Morton’s Neuroma, Bursitis, Ingrown Toenails, Sprains and Strains, Sprained Ankle, Bone Spurs, and many more. Dress orthotics, sports orthotics, turbo ---

Types of Orthotic Inserts2019-03-11T13:06:55-04:00
9 03, 2019

Foot Arches: Types, Structures & Interesting Facts


Let’s talk about foot arches! In construction or in architecture, an arch is a structure that is curved at the top and is supported on either side by a pillar, post, or wall. Just the same, our body is the structural masterpiece, and the arch of our foot is formed by the tarsal and ---

Foot Arches: Types, Structures & Interesting Facts2019-03-11T13:03:39-04:00
9 03, 2019

High Heels – Beauty and the Beast!


High Heels – Beauty and the Beast! The perfect pair of 4-inch heels can make any outfit, but with this comes suffering. High heels have the stigma of being bad for health and comfort, but this barely stops women from wearing them occasionally and often daily. There’s no doubt that they can accentuate a ---

High Heels – Beauty and the Beast!2019-03-09T19:17:32-04:00
27 05, 2017

What is orthopaedic footwear?


What is orthopaedic footwear?   Orthopaedic footwear gives you stability and freedom to be comfortable, walk pain-free with customized fit and support, and improve mobility to enjoy your everyday activities. Unique design of orthopedic shoes is an incorporation of added depth and forepart of the foot-bed, wide shank area for arch support and stability. ---

What is orthopaedic footwear?2019-03-08T14:27:02-04:00
3 10, 2016

Your feet are a biological masterpiece


Your feet are a biological masterpiece  Take care of them! Don’t take them for granted! Our feet can be compared to a finely tuned car, or space shuttle function of which dictates their complex design and structure. Did you know that our two feet contain a quarter all the bones of the body? ---

Your feet are a biological masterpiece2019-03-08T14:27:02-04:00
3 10, 2016

Are you wearing a proper shoe size?


Are you wearing a proper shoe size? Have you ever had your feet “falling asleep” while walking or running? May be some “foot cramping” or “burning”? You have no adequate room to freely wiggle your toes? This is because your shoes are the wrong fit! Poorly fitted shoes can also cause or aggravate bunions, ---

Are you wearing a proper shoe size?2019-03-08T14:27:02-04:00

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