Foot problems can affect the overall well-being of the human body. Many health issues which affect the foot can result in poor posture, low back pain, and sciatica. These imbalances can ultimately result in a variety of other health issues. Custom-made foot orthotics can help promote and support overall well-being by relieving foot problems.
The following video discusses how many health issues which affect the foot can cause a variety of foot problems, including poor posture, low back pain, and sciatica. Dr. Alex Jimenez is the non-surgical choice for foot problems and other health issues. Dr. Alex Jimenez can help promote and support overall well-being with the use of custom-made foot orthotics and other treatments approaches.
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Our body is a system that one when one part doesn’t function properly, it can impact the other body parts in a negative way.
Many chiropractors encourage foot orthotics to help treat various problems ranging from back and joint pain, foot discomfort, sciatica, etc.
Custom orthotics are made by scanning and assessing your feet, that lets your doctor/chiropractor know how you distribute your body weight, and viola, a one-of-a-kind solution is created especially for you.
Properly stabilized feet means the rest of your body moves with ease and harmony.
If you are someone who slumps a lot or has one side more dominant over another, orthotics help correct posture and movements.
Athletes have come to favor orthotics because of the positive influence in the way the body moves.
Orthotics are frequently used to treat and relieve:
If you are a person who spends a lot of time on your feet, then orthotics can make long periods on your feet more manageable.
Even distribution means you will not feel aches and pains at the end of the day.
Custom orthotics are designed for each person�s unique foot to provide optimal support.
Someone who is flat-footed in one arch, may not be in another, a custom orthotic will provides specific support.
People who have jobs requiring them to spend a lot of time standing like teachers and police officers find that wearing custom orthotics helps them stay on their feet with greater ease.
Wearing orthotics help prevent your body from future injuries for several of the reasons mentioned above like evenly distributing your body weight, but also by supporting the various areas of your feet.
Orthotics can help relieve and prevent issues such as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and bursitis, as well as protecting you from injuries like twisted ankles, back strains, and unnecessary hip and knee pain.
It�s essential to ensure the foundation remains in tip-top shape.
As people age, our feet change.
Custom orthotics are designed to support your foundation to operate efficiently and without pain.
Foot Levelers is the leading custom orthotic provider in the U.S. and if you are interested in finding out more information about custom orthotics, reach out to your local chiropractor.
After a quick scan, your feet will be assessed and your custom orthotics will be designed and made especially for you.
The Kiosk helps guide patients in selecting the best custom-made orthotics for their condition and lifestyle. It’s�
The Foot Levelers Kiosk saves time so you can spend more time living your life.
When there are problems with the feet, it can cause problems through the legs and all the way to the spine. This can cause the ankle to pronate, meaning it rolls inward. This alters the way the�bones of the foot�line up which extends through the tibia, or shin bone.
Pronation describes the way that the foot rolls inward during its normal motion. The foot turns inward, flattening out, as the heel�s outer edge strikes the ground. For the foot to function correctly, there must be a significant degree of pronation. However, excessive pronation, or overpronation, can cause injury and damage to the foot and ankle. It creates the arch in the foot to flatten, and the ligaments, tendons, and muscles under the foot overstretch.
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