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Why do I have sore foot?

Feet are the base of our entire body structure, just like the foundation of your house. To avoid sore foot, they have to be aligned, stable and healthy, because they support the whole body for long hours on rigid surfaces like cement, tiles, asphalt, etc. It is important to take good care of them to lower or eliminate the risks of the pain that an accident could cause.


METATARSALGIA

BUNIONS OR HALLUX VALGUS

PLANTAR FASCIITIS

You feel a sharp, aching or burning pain in the ball of your foot — the part of the sole just behind your toes?

The plantar orthosis helps release the pressure and allows stability of the feet to eliminate the cause of the pain.
The orthotist will help you chose the right shoe to increase your comfort.

Bunions are often inherited, but still can be treated to prevent them from getting bigger. The plantar orthosis allows to slow down the progression of the deviation, by giving back the stability of the foot. Don’t wait until you can’t put shoes on anymore, act now. Your first steps when you get out of bed cause you pain under the heel?
You have a hard time to walk after sitting down for a while?Maybe you experiencing a plantar fasciitis, which is a very frequent inflamation under the heel and usually caused by instability with the foot or ankle.

Sore foot relief: the plantar orthoses

Sore feet can seriously affect your quality of life, but there are many ways to treat and sometimes eliminate it: by aligning and stabilising your foot with the rest of your body, and that can be done simply by wearing a good orthopedic shoe and/or a plantar orthosis. Whether for regular, rigid, sports or diabetic plantar orthoses, your orthotist is the best health professional to guide you in the best choice of plantar orthoses.

The plantar orthosis is often the master piece of the solution, but the results will come faster and positive if the treatment includes strenghtening exercises and/or streching, and also a good quality shoe.

Visit your orthotist today. Contact us for an appointment or for any questions.

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