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Orthotics: Your Feet Support Your Body!

Orthotics

Orthotics aren’t just for foot pain. Often times they do wonders in assisting our doctors and therapists address chronic spinal pain, hip pain, or knee pain.

What are orthotics?

Simply put, orthotics are inserts for your shoes. The difference between the flimsy, standardized inserts that come with most shoes is that our orthotics are customized to your feet. By taking into account the individual nuances and structural variations that are unique to you, we can make a shoe insert that optimizes the mechanical functioning of your feet, allowing your feet to do their job — absorb shock.

This is good news for your tired spine, knees and hips, as they can now concentrate on their own jobs and no longer have to absorb the shock that the feet didn’t. The result — your adjustments will last longer, and you’ll feel better.

And because our doctors, trained in extremity adjusting, are creating the orthotic (as opposed to a podiatrist or orthopedist), you can be sure that the 26 bones in each foot and ankle will be properly adjusted before any impression is made in our special foam casting kits, giving your feet the best advantage possible. Because it just doesn’t make sense to invest in an orthotic that was formed from a misaligned foot and ankle.

Could you benefit from wearing orthotics?

Quiz yourself, and see if you agree with any of the statements below. If you do, please ask us how custom orthotics could make you feel better, from the ground up.

  1. My feet are sore on a regular basis.
  2. I spend a good portion of my day standing or walking on hard surfaces.
  3. I play sports regularly (tennis, golf, running, etc.).
  4. Standing, walking, or running gives me joint pain (ankles, knees, hips, or back).
  5. I am over 40 years old.
  6. I have visible foot problems (bunions, fallen arches, corns, etc.).
  7. One of my legs is shorter than the other.
  8. I have knock-knees or bow-legs.
  9. My shoes wear out quickly or unevenly.
  10. My feet "toe out" when I walk.

Quality, assurance, and affordability.

Comfort Fit Orthotics

Our office has teamed up with ComfortFit Orthotic Labs. With over three and a half decades of experience in making custom orthotics, they pride themselves in crafting orthotics made only of the highest quality materials available, and in working closely with their doctor clientele to ensure an accurate end product.

We invite you to find out more about how a pair of custom made foot orthotics could benefit you, including our satisfaction guarantee and very reasonable pricing, by contacting our office today.

To schedule an appointment call today at 609-912-0440

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "My experience with your office has been outstanding. I came here not knowing what was going to happen. The pain I had was so bad I could barely walk. After my first treatment, I felt so much better. I tell everyone in my family and all of my friends how great this office is and that if they need a Chiropractic office, this is the one!""
    Cheryl
  • "I started here about 18 months ago for chiropractic care. I have received wonderful treatment in a warm and inviting atmosphere. I love that they have so many different services on site; they all communicate with each other to be sure you are getting all the help you need. I even brought my teenage son here when he had a sports injury and the physical therapists were great with him."
    Irene, Lawrence
  • "Has everything you could need to recover from an injury or pain issue. Chiropractors are both wonderful and the staff is so pleasant. Would absolutely recommend this location."
    Jill, Ewing

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