Orthotics for Metatarsalgia

Orthotics for metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia describes a painful foot problem characterized by inflammation under the “lesser balls” of the foot near the toes. Metatarsalgia is caused by a flat and floppy foot unable to properly handle gravity and your body weight. When your foot stops properly absorbing shock as designed, as shown in the video below, ALL THAT STRESS…

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Custom Foot Orthotics & Hammertoes

Hammer Toe

When specifically designed to MATCH each foot’s Authentic Arch Up Alignment and Precision Calibrated for Flexibility, Custom Foot Orthotics Correct the Cause of Hammertoes! As the foot lengthens, the muscles that bend the toes downward DOMINATE. In contrast, the muscles that straighten the toes lose their ability to do so effectively. This causes the affected…

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Plantar Fasciitis: One Cause, One Cure

Plantar Fasciitis

To correct the cause of plantar fasciitis, optimize how the feet handle gravity. Each foot moves through 2 general motions with every step – pronation and supination (:13 in above video). Years of standing and walking on concrete, with footwear that fails to account for the specific needs of the individual, is why the arch begins…

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Women’s Plantar Fasciitis Slippers – One Size Fits All Failure

Plantar Fasciitis Slippers

Women’s Plantar Fasciitis Slippers?! What kind of false advertising do we have going on here? How does a one size fits all slipper meet the needs of someone suffering with plantar fasciitis exactly? One size fits all meaning NOT made to match the shape or functional needs of each foot. That’s important! How stupid does…

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Inserts, Insoles & Arch Supports – More Harm Than Good?

more harm than good

Yes! Everything under your foot forces all 66 joints to adapt, whether you’re barefoot or in shoes.  In shoes, each foot is forced to adapt to the manufacturers insole. Otherwise, each foot must change shape to support the insole, insert or arch support you try.   Shopping for help with a foot problem typically begins…

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