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Custom Foot Orthotics

Depending on your condition, we utilize either Foot Levelers or Accuthotixs custom orthotics at our office.  Foot Levelers also has a range of shoethotics(shoes with custom orthotics) and customized cervical pillows.

Prescription foot orthotics are biomechanical medical devices that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalances.

Orthotics are worn inside your shoes. Custom orthotics help support the bones of your feet in in their optimal neutral position and eliminate the need for the rest of your body to compensate for misalignment in your feet. We use them in conjunction with adjustments of the lower extremity for maximum relief of symptoms.


Custom Orthotics may help you if you suffer from:


Arch pain, heel pain, knee pain, hip pain, back pain even neck pain and headache. Bunions,hammer toes, corns, calluses are symptoms of faulty foot mechanics.



Diabetes can increase a person’s risk of having foot problems. Since the extreme consequence is amputation, foot care for someone with diabetes becomes a daily priority.



Arthritis is a destructive condition which affects the body's joints.  The inflammatory types are often marked by episodes of stiffness, heat, swelling and pain.  The definition of arthritis is inflammation of a joint which leads to abnormal biomechanics of an affected joint.  Adjustments of the affected joint stabilize the condition and help retard the advancement of arthritic changes in the joint.


*Short Leg Syndrome

 50% of people have an anatomical short leg which can cause imbalances.  Heel lifts are usually prescribed with orthotics in these cases.
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