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Problem Similar to our previous post, this lovely customer has been doing some more walking to prevent that dreaded Covid15 and noticed a specific stabbing pain when toeing off during a good walk. This pain wasn't evident during the initial phases of a jaunt around the neighborhood and starts around 15 minutes into the exercise. Material For both pieces we…
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Problem This lovely customer went 2 years since he's had his last checkup and the ol' Achilles has been acting up on him. The left Achilles has been more inflamed with a pulling sensation up to the calf. This customer has a D16 foot type (The Quadrastep System & Littlesteps Foot Orthotics) and has a significant amount of #pronation and…
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Problem One of our lovely customer has been doing much more walking thanks to our current Covid19 situation. Over the last few weeks, she noticed an irritation and protrusion round the medial ankle. Retrocalcaneal Bursitis is what the doc ordered! One aspect of our manufacturing is that we dislike plastics but still use it sparingly. More to follow. Material To…
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Feet hurt? Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common diagnoses when it comes to having foot pain. However, just because you have foot pain doesn’t necessarily mean you have plantar fasciitis. Common signs and symptoms of this diagnosis include pain in the heels and/or arches, increased pain with prolonged standing and walking, and increased pain when you first stand…
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Reducing the chance of injury at work should be the main goal for everyone. Bad ergonomics and bad posture may lead to musculoskeletal disorders. This affects the muscles, ligaments, blood vessels, nerves and tendons which can cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tendinitis, muscle strain, back injuries, and more. Tips for Better Posture and Reduced Strain Avoid Arms Above the Head Having…
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A couple of weeks ago, I was at the hospital waiting for the birth of my first child. It was a crazy day and I thought I had brought everything to be as comfortable as possible. I had good shoes, good socks, and some Tylenol (just to be safe). That next morning, you know what happened? After walking, standing, and…
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Problem From the looks of the orthotic itself, we're dealing with a very tricky foot here! This visit was just a yearly checkup where we needed to replace some of the additional adjustments... too good to no pass along! Material The upper materials are Slow Recovery Poron (SR Poron) which is great for a spongy but relatively firm correction and…
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Problem When it comes to Rheumatoid Arthritis (#RA) and Post Tibia Tendon Dysfunction (#PTTD), the body can do some really weird stuff. Today was a quick refresher on the #Orthotic materials but the adjustments here are something to behold! Material As complicated as these orthotics are, we're running a "standard" 4 layer insert with 35 durometer EVA top cover, 1.5mm…
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We know it doesn’t feel like spring right now, but we assure you that spring is actually here! Have your feet been hurting during the quarantine? Or have your feet been hurting in general? We’ve brought in amazing styles that look great and will keep you on your feet all spring and summer long! Top 5 Spring and Summer Shoes…
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Hey everyone! Quarantine preventing you from staying active and getting some exercise? Getting into a routine exercise regimen everyday can be a great stress reliever, decrease those aches and pains, break up your day, and just plain ol’ make you feel good. Exercise has been shown to release endorphins – natural chemicals in your body that make you feel happy!…
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Problem Customer is dealing with Post Tibia Tendon Dysfunction (#PTTD) from an injury about 2 years back. At this point, the injury is healed and and the stability of the ankle is solid. The current pain is stemming from a acute stabbing pain at the apex of the arch and a pulling sensation going up the medial back end of…
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Problem One of our customer is enjoying his new custom orthotics but they aren't fitting quite "just right". We added a metatarsal pad on there before, but about 1/4" proximal to the current location in the picture above and we used a sponge rubber material. The main irritation was an arthritic "clicking" in the forefoot, directly associated with the Navicular…
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