Custom Orthotics

Our feet are the foundation of the body. They provide the necessary stability to perform daily activities by supporting the weight of the entire body using a strong, 3-arched bond called the plantar vault. These 3 arches, the Medial longitudinal arch (A–C), Lateral longitudinal arch (B–C), and Anterior transverse (metatarsal) arch (A–B), are what keep the body balanced.

Over time, one or more of your arches will weaken due to gravitational pressure.

This process is completely natural, but can be expedited by injuries, a short leg, improper posture and naturally weak ligaments and tendons.

Once an arch or multiple arches have weakened, the weight of the body will shift away from the weakened arch and start to apply pressure and stress to the other arches, causing pain and other symptoms throughout the body.

 

 

 

Low Back Pain

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Sciatica

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Plantar Fasciitis

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Archilles Tendinitis

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Pronation

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Drop Foot

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Knee Pain

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Hip Pain

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Leg Length Inequality

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Heel Spurs

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

Runners Knee

Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis.

The feet are the foundation of the body; they support its entire weight. If there isn’t enough support from the feet, various parts of the body—particularly the spine—are exposed to additional stress, which can lead to a number of issues:

  • Poor posture and abnormal foot function
  • Back, hip, knee and foot pain
  • Excessive shock transmission up through the body
  • Impaired sports performance
  • Greater risk of injury

An abnormal “gait,” or walk, contributes to imbalances throughout your lower extremities, which include the knees, ankles and feet, and can eventually cause pain throughout the body, most notably the Low Back.

You may not realize it, but pain and discomfort throughout your body may actually be caused by your feet. If your arches collapse, you’ll feel the effects all the way up to your neck.

Flat feet, foot pronation, or foot imbalances can lead to foot pain, knee pain, hip pain, back pain, and even shoulder pain.

 

The feet are the foundation of the body. They provide the necessary stability to perform daily activities by supporting the weight of the entire body using a strong, 3-arched bond called the plantar vault. These 3 arches in the foot are what keep the body balanced.

 

  • Medial longitudinal arch (A–C)
  • Lateral longitudinal arch (B–C)
  • Anterior transverse (metatarsal) arch (A–B)

 


Arch Collapse

Over time, one or more of your arches will weaken due to gravitational pressure. This process is completely natural, but can be expedited by injuries, a short leg, improper posture and naturally weak ligaments and tendons.

Once an arch or multiple arches have weakened, the weight of the body will shift away from the weakened arch and start to apply pressure and stress to the other arches, causing pain and other symptoms throughout the body.

Insufficient foot support can be the cause of many symptoms, such as

Low Back Pain

One of the best treatments available is Chiropractic adjustments, rehab and custom orthotics. Once your doctor corrects your spine, custom orthotics will help balance your feet and support good posture. This combination of adjustments and custom orthotics has been proven time and again to reduce stress throughout the body and restore proper function to the lower extremities. It will keep you pain-free for longer periods of time, improve your body’s foundation and keep the Kinetic Chain aligned: the ankle, knees, pelvis and spine.

 

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