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Custom Fit Foot Orthotics... Wear what the Pros wear, check out FootcareXpress**** for the very best in custom foot orthotics and foot care products
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On *******ClubHouseGAS****, we talk with Dr. David Marshall of Children's Heathcare of Atlanta discussing foot orthotics for improved athletic performance Distributed by Tubemogul.
31 Jul 2009
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*******www.arch-supports-custom-foot-orthotics-shoe-inserts-insoles****/. These make great kid/kids arch supports and children/childrens orthotics. Ace has selected only the BEST Arch Supports, Semi-Custom Foot Orthotics, Shoe Inserts/Insoles to sell. These arch supports/orthotics are great for children/kids/teenagers suffering from foot pain and shin splints. A mechanical engineer and pedorthist, Ace sells the most accommodative Arch Supports, Semi-Custom Foot Orthotics, Shoe Inserts/Insoles that you can buy. Stop your foot pain, heel pain, forefoot pain, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, morton's neuroma, bunions, flat feet, high arch ankle pain, knee pain, foot pain, shin splints and back pain. Flat feet, high arch, foot/ball pain, heal pain? If you are looking for a great running orthotic or athletic arch support, look no further. Ace knows his FeetPro orthotics are far superior to walkfit (walk-fit) Spenco® Lynco® Birkenstock® Phase 4®/IV Superfeet® (super feet) Good Feet®. Arch supports, semi-custom orthotics, foot insoles, shoe inserts. BEST Arch Supports, Semi-Custom Foot Orthotics, Shoe Inserts/Insoles in: Los Angeles Long Beach, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Detroit, Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, Riverside San Bernardino, Phoenix Mesa, Minneapolis St. Paul, Orange County, San Diego,. Nassau Suffolk, St. Louis, Baltimore, Seattle Bellevue Everett, Tampa St. Petersburg Clearwater, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Miami, Cleveland Lorain Elyria, Denver, Newark, San Juan Bayamon, Portland, Vancouver, Kansas City, San Francisco, Fort Worth—Arlington, San Jose, Cincinnati, Orlando, Sacramento, Fort Lauderdale, Indianapolis, San Antonio, CA, TX, NY, FL, OH, IL, WA, PA, GA FeetPro arch supports make great kids (kid) arch supports and children (childrens) orthotics.
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Minnesota Podiatrist Dr. DeBrule explains how a custom foot orthotic is made.
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Foot Orthotics are custom made shoe inserts that are medically proven to eliminate pain and discomfort.They are designed to fit your feet more efficiently than over-the-counter (OTC) arch supports and balance the biomechanical inadequacies of your feet and legs
12 Apr 2011
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Minnesota Podiatrist Dr. DeBrule explains what is is an Ankle Foot Orthotic (AFO). Dr. Mike DeBrule treats foot problems that can cause [foot,ankle,knee,hip,back pain] using custom foot orthotics and advanced gait analysis techniques. His office is located in Marshall, Minnesota. Visit his website *******www.innovativefootcare****/
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Podiatrist Brooklyn NY, Foot Orthotics for Functional Support, Dr. Frank Rinaldi Podiatrist Brooklyn NY, Dr. Frank Rinaldi explains orthotics. Orthotics are orthopedic devices used to treat a variety of foot disorders to alleviate discomfort and pain in the feet, correcting mechanics and imbalance. The purpose of orthotics is to correct the shape and function of the body to enable easier movement. Orthotics are designed to correct and stabilize bunions and hammer toes, as well as pain in the arch of the foot, and stiff big toe joints. Children can benefit from orthotics to correct walking imbalances that may develop in the early years such as walking "pigeon toed." Podiatrist Brooklyn NY, Dr. Frank Rinaldi creates customized orthotics for feet of all shapes and sizes. For more videos visit Podiatrist Brooklyn NY.,Dr. Frank Rinaldi at *******www.youtube****/my_videos_
25 Oct 2011
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Chiropodist in Toronto, ON - MARZ HARDY, D.Ch., B.Sc., ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS Meet Chiropodist Marz Hardy of ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS as she discusses foot care. *******www.academyclinics**** At ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS, we believe that a CHIROPODIST and patient become a team for treating an individual’s FEET PAIN or FOOT PROBLEMS. Our FOOT SPECIALISTS spend most of their time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the BEST FOOT TREATMENTS, BEST ORTHODICS, BEST ORTHOTICS and BEST CUSTOM ORTHOTICS options for you. Our office MANTRA is to provide our patients with the BEST FOOT CARE POSSIBLE. With the help of our professional staff, they also follow up to make sure that generally, FOOT PAIN is relieved, FOOT PROBLEMS are resolved and your health improves. In our TORONTO OFFICE we treat all kinds of FOOT PAIN including ARCH PAIN, HEEL PAIN, METATARSAL PAIN, ACHILLES TENDON PAIN, TOE PAIN, BUNION PAIN, PLANTAR FACIITIS HEEL PAIN, HEEL SPURS, HEEL SPUR PAIN, INGROWN NAIL PAIN, INGROWN TOE NAILS, FOOT FUNGAS, NAIL FUNGUS, WARTS, CORNS, AND CALLOUSES (CALLUS). We also want our patients to be informed about FOOT and ANKLE PAIN, ARCH PAIN, ANKLE PAIN, HEEL PAIN,HEEL SPUR PAIN and FOOT TREATMENTS, ANKLE TREATMENTS, ARCH TREATMENTS, HEEL TREATMENTS and ACHILLIS TENDON TREATMENTS because informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being. That is why we’ve included an extensive section on this web site covering the full array of topics associated with FOOT CARE, CHIROPODY diagnoses and FOOT AND ANKLE TREATMENTS. NO DOCTOR REFERRAL IS NECESSARY TO ARRANGE A CONSULTATION. With our experience we strive to bring you the very BEST PROFFESIONAL CARE. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your FEET, FOOT, ANKLE or LOWER LIMB. We also know that convenience in the Toronto area is important to your selection of a FOOT SPECIALIST. In these web pages you’ll find information about ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS office plus information about TORONTO ORTHODICS and TORONTO CUSTOM ORTHODICS, including our TORONTO location, maps, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. We think that you will find our location across from the BROADVIEW SUBWAY STATION very convenient. WE ARE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BROADVIEW AVENUE AND DANFORTH AVENUE. We have some parking at the rear of our building with additional parking 5 doors south at Loblaws. We hope you’ll find our practice offers the accessibility and personal commitment you look for from a FOOT SPECIALIST. Call Today 416-465-8737 752 BROADVIEW AVENUE TORONTO, ON M4K 2P1 Visit our website: *******www.academyclinics****
6 Dec 2011
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*******www.GlendaleCOChiropractic**** Orthotics Denver Colorado Chiropractor, Dr. John Brockway Glendale Chiropractic 425 S. Cherry St., Ste. 307 Glendale, CO 80246-1230 For Pain Relief Contact us at: 720-889-1659 Most Health Insurance and All Auto Inj
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*******www.relievepain****/ Chicago Chiropractor and Acupuncturist Offers Pain Relief At Chiropractic Care, Ltd., located in south suburban Homewood (708-798-5556), and Chiropractic Care Millennium Park at 30 N. Michigan Avenue in Chicago (312-269-5556), our goal is to help you achieve and maintain optimal health through natural chiropractic care. We help determine the cause of your symptoms and treat it with gentle, effective and drug-free therapies.Dr. Kruse is a Board Certified Chiropractic Physician, Chiropractic Orthopedist, Acupuncturist, and Cox flexion-distraction practitioner and instructor who has been in private practice for over twenty years. He is a fellow of the American Chiropractic Orthopedists and Member of the American Pregnancy Association. *******www.relievepain****/aboutthedoctor.asp When there is interference with the natural flow of nerve impulses to parts of the body, serious illness, pain, numbness, and tingling can result. Causes of these 'pinched nerves' include herniated, bulging, and degenerated discs as well as spinal misalignments and muscle tightness. Chiropractic manipulation, including Cox Flexion Distraction decompression, removes this interference and restores normal nerve flow to the musculoskeletal system. Other therapies may include massage, electric stimulation, heat, therapeutic ultrasound, custom-molded foot orthotics, kinesiotape, muscle activation technique, nutrition, and rehabilitation. Acupuncture is also a treatment option for pain, smoking cessation, and decreasing stress. Our on-site x-ray facility allows for faster diagnosis and treatment. We aim to help you learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care. We invite you to schedule an appointment with us to discuss whether chiropractic or other options are right for you. We are a preferred provider for most insurance plans, and we will bill your insurance company directly. We accept assignment for Medicare and treat worker's compensation and motor vehicle accidents injuries. *******www.relievepain****/principles.asp The Homewood location offers free on-site parking. We pay for your parking at the Grant Park North garage when visiting our Michigan Avenue location. *******www.relievepain****/services.asp Powered by NetBiz Inc. SEO *******www.seo-search-engine-optimization****biz****
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Custom Orthotics - Podiatrist in Jacksonville, FL Orthotics What are Orthotics? Orthotics are shoe inserts that are intended to correct an abnormal, or irregular, walking pattern. Orthotics are not truly or solely arch supports, although some people use those words to describe them, and they perhaps can best be understood with those words in mind. They perform functions that make standing, walking, and running more comfortable and efficient by altering slightly the angles at which the foot strikes a walking or running surface. Doctors of podiatric medicine prescribe orthotics as a conservative approach to many foot problems or as a method of control after certain types of foot surgery; their use is a highly successful, practical treatment form. Orthotics take various forms and are constructed of various materials. All are concerned with improving foot function and minimizing stress forces that could ultimately cause foot deformity and pain. Foot orthotics fall into three broad categories: those that primarily attempt to change foot function, those that are primarily protective in nature, and those that combine functional control and protection. Rigid Orthotics The so-called rigid orthotic device, designed to control function, may be made of a firm material such as plastic or carbon fiber and is used primarily for walking or dress shoes. It is generally fabricated from a plaster of paris mold of the individual foot. The finished device normally extends along the sole of the heel to the ball or toes of the foot. It is worn mostly in closed shoes with a heel height under two inches. Because of the nature of the materials involved, very little alteration in shoe size is necessary. Rigid orthotics are chiefly designed to control motion in two major foot joints, which lie directly below the ankle joint. These devices are long lasting, do not change shape, and are usually difficult to break. Strains, aches, and pains in the legs, thighs, and lower back may be due to abnormal function of the foot, or a slight difference in the length of the legs. In such cases, orthotics may improve or eliminate these symptoms, which may seem only remotely connected to foot function. Soft Orthotics The second, or soft, orthotic device helps to absorb shock, increase balance, and take pressure off uncomfortable or sore spots. It is usually constructed of soft, compressible materials, and may be molded by the action of the foot in walking or fashioned over a plaster impression of the foot. Also worn against the sole of the foot, it usually extends from the heel past the ball of the foot to include the toes. The advantage of any soft orthotic device is that it may be easily adjusted to changing weight-bearing forces. The disadvantage is that it must be periodically replaced or refurbished. It is particularly effective for arthritic and grossly deformed feet where there is a loss of protective fatty tissue on the side of the foot. It is also widely used in the care of the diabetic foot. Because it is compressible, the soft orthotic is usually bulkier and may well require extra room in shoes or prescription footwear. Semirigid Orthotics The third type of orthotic device (semirigid) provides for dynamic balance of the foot while walking or participating in sports. This orthotic is not a crutch, but an aid to the athlete. Each sport has its own demands and each sport orthotic needs to be constructed appropriately with the sport and the athlete taken into consideration. This functional dynamic orthotic helps guide the foot through proper functions, allowing the muscles and tendons to perform more efficiently. The classic, semirigid orthotic is constructed of layers of soft material, reinforced with more rigid materials. Other Types of Orthotics Various other orthotics may be used for multidirectional sports or edge-control sports by casting the foot within the ski boot, ice skate boot, or inline skate boot. Combinations of semiflexible material and soft material to accommodate painful areas are utilized for specific problems. Research has shown that back problems frequently can be traced to a foot imbalance. It's important for your podiatric physician to evaluate the lower extremity as a whole to provide for appropriate orthotic control for foot problems. Visit our website: *******www.firstcoastfootclinic****
11 Mar 2010
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Jacksonville Podiatrist - Custom Orthotics Orthotics What are Orthotics? Orthotics are shoe inserts that are intended to correct an abnormal, or irregular, walking pattern. Orthotics are not truly or solely arch supports, although some people use those words to describe them, and they perhaps can best be understood with those words in mind. They perform functions that make standing, walking, and running more comfortable and efficient by altering slightly the angles at which the foot strikes a walking or running surface. Doctors of podiatric medicine prescribe orthotics as a conservative approach to many foot problems or as a method of control after certain types of foot surgery; their use is a highly successful, practical treatment form. Orthotics take various forms and are constructed of various materials. All are concerned with improving foot function and minimizing stress forces that could ultimately cause foot deformity and pain. Foot orthotics fall into three broad categories: those that primarily attempt to change foot function, those that are primarily protective in nature, and those that combine functional control and protection. Rigid Orthotics The so-called rigid orthotic device, designed to control function, may be made of a firm material such as plastic or carbon fiber and is used primarily for walking or dress shoes. It is generally fabricated from a plaster of paris mold of the individual foot. The finished device normally extends along the sole of the heel to the ball or toes of the foot. It is worn mostly in closed shoes with a heel height under two inches. Because of the nature of the materials involved, very little alteration in shoe size is necessary. Rigid orthotics are chiefly designed to control motion in two major foot joints, which lie directly below the ankle joint. These devices are long lasting, do not change shape, and are usually difficult to break. Strains, aches, and pains in the legs, thighs, and lower back may be due to abnormal function of the foot, or a slight difference in the length of the legs. In such cases, orthotics may improve or eliminate these symptoms, which may seem only remotely connected to foot function. Soft Orthotics The second, or soft, orthotic device helps to absorb shock, increase balance, and take pressure off uncomfortable or sore spots. It is usually constructed of soft, compressible materials, and may be molded by the action of the foot in walking or fashioned over a plaster impression of the foot. Also worn against the sole of the foot, it usually extends from the heel past the ball of the foot to include the toes. The advantage of any soft orthotic device is that it may be easily adjusted to changing weight-bearing forces. The disadvantage is that it must be periodically replaced or refurbished. It is particularly effective for arthritic and grossly deformed feet where there is a loss of protective fatty tissue on the side of the foot. It is also widely used in the care of the diabetic foot. Because it is compressible, the soft orthotic is usually bulkier and may well require extra room in shoes or prescription footwear. Semirigid Orthotics The third type of orthotic device (semirigid) provides for dynamic balance of the foot while walking or participating in sports. This orthotic is not a crutch, but an aid to the athlete. Each sport has its own demands and each sport orthotic needs to be constructed appropriately with the sport and the athlete taken into consideration. This functional dynamic orthotic helps guide the foot through proper functions, allowing the muscles and tendons to perform more efficiently. The classic, semirigid orthotic is constructed of layers of soft material, reinforced with more rigid materials. Other Types of Orthotics Various other orthotics may be used for multidirectional sports or edge-control sports by casting the foot within the ski boot, ice skate boot, or inline skate boot. Combinations of semiflexible material and soft material to accommodate painful areas are utilized for specific problems. Research has shown that back problems frequently can be traced to a foot imbalance. It's important for your podiatric physician to evaluate the lower extremity as a whole to provide for appropriate orthotic control for foot problems. Visit our website: *******www.firstcoastfootclinic****
9 Apr 2010
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The Foot and Ankle Center is your best choice for foot orthotic therapy. We specialize in custom foot orthotics and biomechanical and gait evaluation and have become the primary referral center for orthotic therapy in the greater Seattle area. We offer our patients a 100% guarantee of comfort. Visit – *******www.footankle****/
14 May 2010
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Minnesota Podiatrist] Dr. Mike DeBrule treats foot problems that can cause [foot,ankle,knee, hip, back pain] using custom foot orthotics and advanced gait analysis techniques. Dr. Mike DeBrule is a podiatrist specializing in gait analysis and uses the F-scan and Pedi Gait systems to help his patients.
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Minnesota Podiatrist] Dr. Mike DeBrule treats foot problems that can cause [foot,ankle,knee, hip, back pain] using custom foot orthotics and advanced gait analysis techniques. Dr. Mike DeBrule is a podiatrist specializing in gait analysis and uses the F-scan and Pedi Gait systems to help his patients.
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Minnesota Podiatrist] Dr. Mike DeBrule treats foot problems that can cause [foot,ankle,knee, hip, back pain] using custom foot orthotics and advanced gait analysis techniques
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