• Could You Use an Internal Orthotic?

    on Oct 16th, 2017

Could you use an internal orthotic?

Do your feet hurt from simply walking? Are they a bit flat?  Maybe your sneakers or inserts aren't doing the job you expect them to.

An internal orthotic could be what you are missing. In feet that are flexible but flat, the daily stress in the arch and tendons on the inside of the ankle can lead to chronic pain.  This pain may show up chronically not only in the feet, but also in the knees and hips.  The poor position of the feet results in compensations in other joints, so that aligning the feet corrects these pressures elsewhere.

With an internal orthotic, the alignment of the heel can be positioned better under the leg in a quick minimally invasive procedure.  In this way, pain in the feet, knees, hips and back can be reduced.

Make an appointment with us now to see if this procedure is right for you.

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