STANDARD CUSTOM FOOT ORTHOTICS:
These are your standard orthotics that doctors have been custom-making for many years. For over 23 years Dr. Pieratti has been utilizing orthotics with foot adjustments. An important concept to understand, with a good history of the foot, is administering foot-adjustments before custom orthotics are made. In my experience, a poor foot, even a flat foot or Plantar Fasciitis, bunyanette, etc. first need adjusting before the orthotic is made. This is rarely done by most practitioners, as the foot needs to be corrected before the orthotics can be made.
Orthotics is a great way to help with issues related to walking and alignment. Some of these include but are not limited to knee, foot and lower back pain. The need for orthotics is often related to an issue with the natural functioning of the foot. Orthotics will often help to realign the bones within the foot and ankle and therefore take pressure of other parts of the body such as the back, neck, shoulders and hips. In addition, orthotics will help with distributing your weight properly and take further pressure off of toes, bunions and other parts of the foot.
Orthotics is really for anyone with an issue or discomfort relating to walking or imbalances in the body that are known to cause related pain. The great benefit of orthotics is that they can be worn on a daily basis and be utilized during most activities to take further stress of the body.
Foot Levelers Custom Ortotics:
is the global leader in postural support products, and has helped alleviate pain for millions of people. Our individually designed Stabilizing Orthotics provide whole-body support by effectively balancing your feet - the body's foundation . Unlike generic, over-the-counter orthotics, our Stabilizing Orthotics are individually designed for your unique postural problems — not just problems with your feet. We believe that correcting imbalances in your feet can properly align your spine and pelvis. We provide Stabilizing Orthotics that are individually designed to each patient. Feet, gait pattern, and postural makeup in the human body are all different, which is why each pair of Stabilizing Orthotics is engineered specifically to each patient.