Can problems be prevented or corrected with the use of a custom foot orthotic?

Yes. If the problem is caught early enough, pain and deformity can often be prevented. Regular use can often reverse deformity development or, at least, prevent surgery. How? Because when you restore normal function you give your body & its foundation what it needs to heal itself. A typical orthotic only masks your symptoms temporarily…

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What kinds of problems can result from poor foot function?

Pain and deformity can begin in the feet such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, corns, and hammertoes, but this stress also travels UP. Feet are the foundation and the human body demands a strong foundation to age gracefully. You don’t need a doctor to tell you that – it’s pretty obvious. Just think about what a…

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How can you support your statement that you offer the best custom foot orthotic on the market? What makes your product the best?

One Word: VALUE! Our made-from-scratch-to-match ONLY YOU process begins with a seated 3-D impression of each foot in MASS Posture. Next, we Precision Calibrate for perfect flexibility specific to YOUR body weight. Machine Calibrated for Performance, Specificity & Excellence – by design. There is no comparison. You deserve a product made specific to everything about…

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Are custom foot orthotics worth the money?

Yes, but only when made from accurate 3-D impression of each foot and calibrated to flex specific to one’s body weight. In this case, the custom foot orthotic works to optimize shock absorption. How we do it here is designed to optimize 25% of all the body’s bones – the body’s foundation! How the foundation…

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How long do custom foot orthotics last?

Depends on how they’re made. If you purchase one that’s made as hard as a rock, it will last forever. However, if you purchase one that’s made to be an inexpensive cushion, like Dr. Scholl’s, probably not more than 1 year. How long a custom foot orthotic will last also depends on how active your…

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