Center For Athletic Performance & Arizona Orthotics

Rebuilding Champions - center for athletic performance

First of all, Arizona Orthotics Is Not Affiliated with the Center For Athletic Performance. Buyer Beware! In other words, the Center For Athletic Performance is NOT Arizona Orthotics approved! Yet, Search the Google 😉 “help for foot pain” or “help for plantar fasciitis” and the confusion begins. -Judge for Yourself-Who’s the person searching for help meeting with…

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Grow Them Bones

skeleton posed in numerous positions

Which therapy helps grow them bones you ask?! Some believe its physical therapy, others chiropractic. Others choose Rolfing or structural integration. So many options when it comes to a short leg, but one must ask: Which therapy literally helps grow them bones BEST? Surprise! Not a single one. Not one therapy helps grow bone. “Grow…

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One Short Leg, One Big Problem

one short leg, one big problem

One short leg? That’s a leg length deficiency. Two short legs? How about four? One short leg is a big problem whereas two or four are not – the balance remains. The vertically challenged cannot expect to suffer with osteoarthritis like those with, literally, bones shorter on one side.  Not a problem because the foundation is level.…

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Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity (AAFD) SURGERY?

surgeons standing over a patient during an operation

According to the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society® adult acquired flatfoot deformity (AAFD), “is a progressive flattening of the arch of the foot that occurs as the posterior tibial tendon becomes insufficient….” Adult acquired flatfoot deformity? Fancy term for a flat foot developed over a lifetime. Why? For starters, because we live in gravity. What’s more?…

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Poor Posture & The Short Leg

doctor checking the spine of a male patient

Rut Roh Scooby, it appears poor posture & the short leg are related. Really? And it’s been known for a long time. Yikes! According to researchers a short leg larger than 5 to 10 millimeters can cause posture changes. That’s only .19 to .39 inches.  Clearly it doesn’t take much to throw the body’s foundation…

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