Custom Orthotics

Get Your Custom Orthotics from Natural Results Chiropractic

Your Foundation

Your feet are the foundation of your body. If the arches aren’t supported correctly, your entire body could be affected. While most orthotic companies only support one arch (which merely shifts the problem to another part of your body), Foot Levelers’ stabilizing custom orthotics support the three interconnected arches of your foot, which together comprise the plantar vault. The plantar vault is the foundation for your entire body’s equilibrium.

Orthotics Are For the Feet . . . But Help the Spine?

“But my feet aren’t hurting!” you might say. The truth is that your feet don’t have to hurt to be creating pain elsewhere in your body; feet are only the starting point. Unsupported feet can lead to pain in the knees, hips, lower back, and even the neck. Stabilizing orthotics are placed under your feet to help you achieve a solid, balanced foundation. Without such a foundation you experience postural stress, and the pain generally comes from that instead.

Solid Foundation

The stabilizing custom orthotics were created by a chiropractor to treat the body as a single unit and provide support for the 26 bones and over 100 muscles in each foot, Orthotics can balance your whole body simply by maintaining the three-arched structure of your feet. This three-arched structures helps to optimize the body’s efforts to:

  • give strength to support the body’s weight
  • permit sufficient flexibility for when the terrain changes
  • provide momentum during motion

Feel the Difference of Custom Orthotics

The difference is in the stabilizing orthotics’ support for your three-arched structure. Your postural condition is as unique as a fingerprint; height, weight, shoe style, and daily activity level are all considered and applied. So these stabilizing orthotics are customized to meet your specific postural needs and help improve your overall health, stretching far beyond just short-term symptom relief.

So how strong is your foundation? Please contact the office at (540) 622-6400 in order to schedule your appointment for custom foot orthotics.