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Foot Orthotics for Back Pain


 


Rolling over of the feet - over pronation - causes the lower leg to rotate internally. As a result, the pelvis is forced to tilt forward, which can cause an increased curvature of the lower back. This is referred to as 'poor body posture'. Especially after standing up-right for longer periods the curvature in back will cause tightness and stiffness of the lower back muscles. A contributing factor to back pain is over pronation.

Advantage of orthotics: Orthotics will control the amount of over pronation and thus reduce the pain associated with this condition.

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Dr Foot's Sports and Work Insoles

Dr Foot's Sport Insoles provide extra longitudinal support and cushioning. Forefoot extensions prevent movement of the insert, which is important during sporting activities. Dr Foot Work Insoles provides cushioning and support for people that stand on their feet or walk all day. Both types of insoles are ideal for patients seeking arch support for prevention and treatment of excessive pronation.

The ideal insole for complete foot support, comfort, correct posture and mechanics. Dr Foot's insole is a unique foot support system intended to help relieve back pain, while preventing foot strain and injury. A full-length, prescription like arch support prevents and treats foot pain. The result: control for feet rolling inward (over-pronation), which can pull the entire lower body out of alignment. A special fabric cover reduces slippage and heat, helping keep feet drier.

Provides support and comfort during every stage of walking and running.

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