During everyday life, your foot is always in a stir and under enormous pressure from your body’s weight. As you walk or run, your entire weight lands on your feet, up to numerous thousands of times time a day. Your feet are the anchors of your body, so it’s important to keep them well. Poor walking patterns, abnormal biomechanics, and foot imbalances can have severe goods on the body, leading to pain and poor functioning in the feet, knees, hips back, and neck.
A duly customized orthotics can promote good posture and comfort in everyday movements, while also dwindling strains in joints and muscles. Numerous problems with the feet, legs, and lower reverse can be remedied using orthotics.
What are Customized Orthotics?
Orthotics are custom-made medical appliances (a device that’s worn inside your shoes) used to support, align, help, or correct scars of the foot, or to ameliorate the function of your foot. In our clinic, our motorized 3Dmaxx and Metascan system allow us to dissect in detail how your foot moves with each step, using dynamic gait analysis and a 3D foot- checkup. This provides your physiotherapist with an exact dynamic representation of your feet, and to produce custom fit orthotics that give functional support for your feet which can fit in numerous types of shoes. The result is bettered lower branch biomechanics, pain relief, and function enhancement.
How Does Our Treatment Work?
Our educated team of professionals offers treatment options and custom orthotics to insure that your mobility isn’t hindered by foot pain.
Our Gait Overlook System is designed to diagnose the pain in your foot, joints, legs, and knees directly. The revolutionist tool deconstructions the biomechanics of your gait in order to determine whether your feet align with the ground during walking. This analysis is used to estimate the inflexibility of your foot problem further.
How do I know if my orthotics are working?
The best & easiest way to know if your orthotics are working is an alleviation of your symptoms.
What are the risks of using/wearing orthotics?
Still, orthotics will profit you, not harm you, If made and specified rightly. When worn for the first time, they may feel uncomfortable, like you're walking on a hardball with the utmost pressure felt at the bends, but this is normal. However, your body will ease into the new foot posture in a fairly short period of time, If you cleave to the break-in schedule.