Custom Foot Orthotics in Troy, IL
There are 26 bones in the foot and each one is capable of causing foot pain. Millions of Americans each year complain of having pain in their feet or ankles. Your feet are the foundation of your entire body and have a direct impact all the way through the spine. Stabilizing your postural foundation will give balance to your feet up to your spine.
Common foot complaints:
Heel Pain: If pain is located in your heel then you may have a condition called plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the band of tissue (fascia) that reaches from the heel to the toes and supports the muscles and arch of the foot. Proper orthotics can help to alleviate and possibly eliminate this pain.
Ball of Foot Pain: Poor fitting shoes are often the cause of this type of pain. Strenuous activity can also be the cause as a result of unusual stress caused by running or jumping.
Arch Pain: Plantar fasciitis is also the most common cause of this type of pain, it effects the heel, arch or both. It is important to get checked for this type of pain for an extended period of time.
Toe Pain: Although not always the case, gout (a form of arthritis) can cause pain in the toes. Avoiding specific types of food along with rest and ice can help to alleviate the symptoms of gout.
Custom Foot Orthotics at Troy Pain Relief Center
We welcome new patients to Troy Pain Relief Center for postural exams to determine their chiropractic needs. If you’ve never had your feet scanned, you probably don’t know what they are supposed to look like. This new technology provides insight into hidden structural imbalances that may not be apparent to standard evaluations.
Once you have been scanned, we can discuss options to order your pair of customized orthotics. These orthotics are far superior to anything you would find at a general store and can help to alleviate foot, ankle and back pain effectively.
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