For those of you who don’t know what Custom Orthotics are, they are custom medical devices that health care providers such as Doctors Orthotics prescribe to help with foot, ankle, knee and low back pain. Custom Orthotics are most commonly prescribed for medical conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis or Flat Feet. They are heel or shoe inserts that look like insoles, but are custom made from imprints of your feet. Orthotics are worn in your shoes and are designed to correct foot imbalances.
Carbon Fiber Custom Orthotics are among the strongest Custom Orthotics yet very lightweight. Though Carbon Fiber is stronger and stiffer than steel, it is lighter than steel.
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You definitely need Custom Orthotics made from Carbon Fiber:
- If you participate in any activity that places stress on your feet.
- If you have an obvious imbalance that causes such symptoms as flat or high arched feet.
- If you have external misalignments such as bow knees, knock knees, pigeon-toes, or “duck feet.”
- If you’ve already developed chronic foot problems, ranging from corns and calluses to arch pain and heel spur pain.
- If your job requires being on your feet for extended periods of time.
Carbon Fiber Custom Orthotics (orthoses) are specially-prepared foot supports. These anatomically molded devices, worn under the heel and arch of your foot to correct skeletal anomalies, do more than “support” your feet. They actually realign them to a natural, “neutral” position to relieve foot, let and back stress, increase endurance, restore critical balance, improve sports performance, alleviate foot fatigue and prevent a wide range of foot problems.
What causes foot problems?
The primary cause of foot problems and related conditions is skeletal imbalance. Most people have some degree of hyper-pronation (flat feet) or hyper-supination (high arches). These structural imperfections cause a certain amount of instability during foot function, subjecting the foot to excessive stress and stain that can eventually cause pain and deformities. The greater the imbalance, the earlier these symptoms will become evident a greater their intensity. Custom Orthotics compensate for the inherent imbalances in the foot, improving function and relieving or preventing the appearance of such symptoms.
Imbalances in your feet can distort the skeletal architecture of your entire body. While orthotic foot supports will not make a marked improvement in everyone’s posture, they may eliminate posture problems caused by your feet.
In addition, additional stress to feet magnifies existing imbalances and increases symptoms. Anyone with a weight problem can benefit from orthotics. Foot imbalances cause leg, knee, hip, and back pain.
Your posture may be affected. Imbalances in your feet can distort the skeletal architecture of your entire body. While orthotic foot supports will not make a marked improvement in everyone’s posture, they may eliminate posture problems caused by your feet.
Poor skeletal structure in the feet puts stress on the entire skeletal system and reduces shock absorption. That’s why you will hear people say, “When my feet hurt, I hurt all over.” Orthotics, by improving foot function, can relieve stress in the ankles, legs, knees, hips, and back.
Carbon Fiber Custom Orthotics: The Solution
Carbon Fiber Custom Orthotics stimulate the bottom of the feet with every step. When you walk over your Orthotics, the custom modifications on the devices put pressure on various areas of your feet changing how all those ligaments, joints and muscles move and function. Some of the modifications are for support, such as support for the arch, in fact most people call Orthotics “Arch Supports”. But the arches aren’t the only structures of the feet we can help with. Some modifications are to target a change in a particular set of joints of the feet that may be causing issues. The end result is partial or complete resolution of a person’s troubles.
Do you have Foot, Knee, Ankle or Back Pain? Are you experiencing any of the issues described above?
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