Are you experiencing pain in your feet, ankles, knees, hips, or back? Well, Next Step Physio brings some good news for you! Custom orthotics therapy could be just what you need to alleviate those pesky aches and pains.
We use cutting-edge technology to measure the way your feet react with the ground. We use a pressure map to analyze your stance and walking patterns. This allows us to compare how your feet react on the right side versus the left side and your results to other “normal” scans.
Our doctors combine the pressure map results and their clinical expertise to create a custom orthotic insert just for you. This means that your custom orthotics are uniquely designed to fit your feet and provide the support and alignment needed to alleviate pain and improve mobility.
At our practice, we understand that living with pain can significantly impact your quality of life. That’s why we’re dedicated to helping you get back to the lifestyle you desire and providing you with the tools necessary to do so.
We proudly offer custom orthotics designed to fit every patient’s unique feet. Our team has gone to great lengths to obtain education and training to provide you with quality custom orthotics.
Custom orthotics can help with conditions such as plantar fasciitis, flat feet, high arches, bunions, heel spurs, arthritis, and more. They can also help alleviate pain in the knees, hips, and back by correcting the alignment of the lower extremities and reducing the stress on these joints.
Orthotic inserts work by ensuring optimal alignment of the feet and lower extremities, which can increase stability, alleviate pressure, and decrease pain up the kinetic chain. So, not only will your feet thank you, but your knees, hips, and back will too!
Several types of custom orthotics are available, and each serves a different purpose based on the individual’s needs.
The type of custom orthotics that an individual needs depends on their unique foot condition and the level of support, stability, and cushioning they require. Consulting with a podiatrist or orthopedic specialist can help determine the right type of orthotics for each individual.
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