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Why Should I Get Custom Orthotics for Snowboarding?

Part of the thrill of doing a sport is having the correct equipment for it. This article details why you should consider custom orthotics for your snowboarding boots.
Why Should I Get Custom Orthotics for Snowboarding?

Top 3 Benefits Of Orthotics For Ice Skates

Ice skaters, by definition, are graceful, quick on their feet, and make motion seem effortless. Their balance on just a blade is remarkable, and to those outside the sport, the skill seems almost magical. 
Top 3 Benefits Of Orthotics For Ice Skat

Do NBA Players Wear Orthotics?

People look up to their NBA basketball idols as examples for the perfect athlete: effortlessly athletic, graceful and swift, and in perfect condition all year long. But is one of their secrets to success Orthotics?
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Can Orthotics Improve Your Sports Performance?

Our feet are an important element in our everyday life. Whether it’s a busy day in the office, a summer packed full of adventure or a relaxing day at the beach, our feet tend to be shaped by our everyday activities. We can figure out what we can do to improve our everyday performance.
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Tennis & Orthotics

There are many types of orthotics people use in their daily life. There are those for walking, running, work, and sports. Now, a new type of orthotic is coming into the public eye and those are orthotics for tennis players. Here is some information about tennis, why orthotics are used, and some other cool tidbits.
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Do Orthotics Prevent Injuries for Runners?

Runners often want to ensure that they can prevent injuries while running. The foolproof solution to runner injuries has always been orthotics, shoe inserts that form to the feet and give support where needed.Let’s examine some questions surrounding the effectiveness of orthotics and if they’re benefits to runners and other athletes.
Do Orthotics Prevent Injuries For Runner

How Do I Know if I Need Orthotics?

Need to know if orthotics might be the solution to your foot or knee pain? It is important to take care of your feet, as you are likely on them in your everyday routine. Unfortunately, in our daily pursuits we often forget to ensure that our hands and feet are healthy.
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How Do I Maintain My Custom Orthotics?

When getting custom orthotics, it is very important to make sure that they are not causing pain. There are two ways to maintain the comfort level. Here’s our take on how you can maintain your orthotics in peak condition.
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What Are Heel Spurs & What Can you do to treat them?

Heel spurs are often caused by strains on foot muscles and ligaments, stretching of the plantar fascia, and repeated tearing of the membrane that covers the heel bone. Bone spurs rarely require treatment unless they are causing frequent heel pain or damaging other tissues.
What are Heel Spurs and What Can You Do to Treat Them?

4 Easy Plantar Fasciitis Prevention Tips You Can Do Today

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia caused by any motion of the legs that creates a pull on the plantar tendon. It can take 6-12 months for relief so here are some tips to help your feet heal faster and get you up and running with no pain, in no time!
4 Easy Plantar Fasciitis Prevention Tips

Top 5 Foot Pain Problems and their Solutions

The human foot has 42 muscles, 26 bones, 33 joints, and at least 50 ligaments and tendons made of fibrous tissues to keep all the moving parts together.  Chances are you’ll develop several foot problems throughout your life. Keep reading to find out how to identify and treat some common foot problems on your own.
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How Long Does It Take For Heel Pain To Go Away? My Dogs are Barking!

Because the heel bone is the largest bone in your foot, having heel pain is often a painful experience that can interfere with your normal activities, and particularly exercise.
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Suspect You Have Plantar Fasciitis? Here’s the Good News, It’s Treatable

If you are having pain in the heel you may have plantar fasciitis.
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Can a Pedorthist Help My Pain?

A pedorthist is a trained orthotic and orthopedic footwear expert specializing in assessing and addressing conditions which affect the feet and lower limbs.
Can a Pedorthist Help My Pain?

Could Custom Orthotics Be the Answer to Your Foot Pain?

Custom orthotics are used to treat lower body issues including leg, heel, knee, foot pain, and back pain.
Could Custom Orthotics Be the Answer to Your Foot Pain?

Why Do My Knees Hurt?

The knee joint is one that bears a great deal of weight and pressure of both everyday tasks and hard physical activities.
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What the Heck is Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is caused when the ligament that connects the heel with the toes becomes irritated and inflamed.
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Why Do We Get Heel Spurs?

More than 50% of people with heel spurs also suffer from plantar fasciitis which increases your chances of developing heel spurs.
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End Plantar Fasciitis Pain !!

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the common foot issues which has been difficult to alleviate until NOW.
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The Solution to Foot Pain

 
Between each leg of the tripod is an arch, giving you three arches in total.
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The Secret to Comfortable Shoes

When buying shoes by far the most important element to consider first, is the shape of the shoe.
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