Foot Levelers-Orthotics







Your feet are the foundation of your body. They support you when you stand, walk, or run. And they help protect your spine, bones, and soft tissues from damaging stress as you move around. Your feet perform better when all their muscles, arches, and bones are in their ideal stable positions.

The foot is constructed with three arches which, when properly maintained, give exceptional supportive strength. These three arches form a supporting vault that distributes the weight of the entire body.

If there is compromise of one arch in the foot, the other arches must compensate and are subject to additional stresses, which usually leads to further compromise.







Healthcare professionals know alleviating pain in one part of your body often requires treating a different part. The pain you feel in your neck could be caused by a misalignment in your spine that is caused by unbalanced positioning in your feet. See? It’s a chain reaction.

By stabilizing and balancing your feet, Foot Levelers orthotics enhances your body’s performance and efficiency, reduce pain, and contribute to your total body wellness. Foot Leveler orthotics complement your healthcare professional’s treatment when you stand, walk, and live your active life.

Research has shown that sports performance can be increased through better stabilization. Golfers, for example, have been shown to increase shot distance by up to 15 meters through increased pelvic rotation and greater club head speed. In many cases chronic spinal pain is also eased.

Foot Levelers use an exact impression of your feet while standing, bearing your body’s full weight. At Naturally Well Chiropractic we take these impressions using a digital patented Associate™ postural analysis system. The impressions are then sent to the Foot Leveler laboratory where the orthotics are custom made to correct any imbalances found in the three arches of each foot.

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