Foot Orthotics

Foot Orthotics

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Our Foot Levelers Associate™ Platinum tool will allow Dr. Sam Ho to make a digital scan of the feet to screen for imbalances that contribute to problems in any number of places, like your knees, hips, and low back – even if your feet don’t hurt!

Custom foot orthotics are the perfect way to give your body the most stable foundation possible. When feet display a lack of functional or structural stability, it can lead to a chain reaction of imbalance up the rest of the body. This, in turn, can result in unnecessary strain and stress on joints and cause pain in the ankles, knees, hips and back.

Your feet are the foundation for your entire body. Like any structure, your body’s foundation must be balanced to support the weight above it. Your feet have 3 different arches. If the arches in one or both of your feet collapse, your body doesn’t get the correct postural support, causing an imbalance in your skeletal frame.

Color Foot Scan

Digital scans will be taken of each foot which reveals weight distributions. These weight distributions indicate to your healthcare provider where imbalances or weaknesses occur. Exact measurements are gathered from these scans and are used when your inserts are created. This will give you a pair of orthotics which are as unique as you are.

Foot Orthotic Sample

Foot orthotics are custom-made for your feet and are designed to be inserted into your shoes. Designed to be flexible, yet firm, they support your entire body and allow your body to move freely and comfortably. Not just for stabilization, they have been proven effective in decreasing pain and fatigue and improving balance and athletic ability. We also offer shoes and sandals with custom orthotic foot beds built right in.

Dr. Sam Ho welcomes new patients to Chiropractic Plus for postural exams to determine their chiropractic needs. The clinic offers a variety of therapies for total body health and provides on-site screenings with the Associate™ Platinum at health fairs and other community events.

If you’ve never had your feet scanned, you probably don’t know what they are supposed to look like. Don’t wait for aches and pains to tell you there is a problem.