Why Custom feet

WHY CUSTOM FEET?

Your feet are your body’s built-in shock absorbers; they support your entire body as you stand, walk, run and perform other activities.

  • Custom feet insoles get you the perfect customized arch support special for you!
  • other companies shelf products (not custom made) doesn’t give you any support.

Benefits:

  • Great Shock Observer
  • Reducing Water Tension
  • Better Blood Circulation
  • Body Wight Spread All Over the Foot and Get You Natural Relief.
  • While Doing Sport Activities Every Step Is Multiply X3 Of the Body Wight And the Pressure on The Foot Is Intensive. (When Using Insoles with Arch Support, The Bodyweight Spread Evenly = Less Pressure)
  • When There Is Collapsion And the Achilles Tendon Is Not Straight The Energy Split. Using Insoles Prevent the Energy To Split.

When the feet are misaligned, the result can be emerging foot disorders and even joint and muscle pain from the feet and ankles, all the way up through the knees, hips, back and neck.

Find your foot alignment:

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Misalignment is usually caused by overpronation or excessive supination.

Pronation – When the feet turn inward as you walk and run. The feet and ankles must be flexible to navigate different surfaces in different types of shoes, so some degree of pronation is normal for a healthy gait. Too much pronation (overpronation) causes misalignment and pain.

Supination – When the feet turn outward as you walk and run. Again, some degree of supination is normal and necessary, but too much puts pressure on the outside of the foot, causing misalignment and pain that may be felt throughout the body.

The Solution
In many cases, people suffering from pain in other parts of their body – such as the knees, hips or back – are diagnosed with over pronation or excessive supination. When the feet are properly aligned with custom insoles, the pain is alleviated.

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FIND YOUR FOOT PRESSURE DISPERSION:

The podoskop shows the foot pressure dispersion by spreading the led lights underneath the customer foot and gives us 4 main situations:

FLAT FOOT: Our arch is a shock absorber, you don’t have an arch and the shock goes toward your knees and back. Usually flat foot causes collapsion (pronation), pressure on lower back and knee problems.

  • insoles is very important for people with flat foot because it prevent the growing of the collapsion that causes back pain knee problems and more…

LOW ARCH: Our arch is a shock absorber, when the arch is low the shock absorber is partial. Usually flat foot causes pronation, pressure on lower back and knee problems.

  • insoles is very important for people with low arch because it prevent the growing of the collapsion that causes back pain knee problems and more…

NORMAL ARCH: You need to see if the pressure dispersion is smooth on the podoscope, usually even if you have normal arch you can have more pressure on the heel or the metatarsal area which cause pressure on lower back and knee problems.

  • insoles is very important also for people with normal arch because it give them support to the arch and release the pressure from the metatarsal and the heel.

HIGH AND VERY HIGH ARCH: Our arch is a shock absorber, your arch too high creates a lot of pressure on the heel and the metatarsal which cause lower back pain (heel pressure) and knee pain (metatarsal pressure) Usually when people with high arch doesn’t give support to the arch by using insoles the foot will start to collapse (supination).

  • insoles is very important for people with high arch because it give them support to the arch and release the pressure from the metatarsal and the heel. People with high arch that use insoles feel the relief immediately.

The Custom Feet Process

  1. Analysis – we use podoscope to perform an analysis of your feet pressure points and arch type. Than using our custom feet program we will take 3 photos in different positions to identify misalignment (pronation or supination) and areas that require additional support.
  2. Custom Feet Oven – our insoles come flat after placing them in an “oven” for 3 minutes they become flexible and ready for the molding process.
  3. Molding the insoles – placing the insoles on the memory foam molding pillows, then placing the patient feet on the insoles and with one hand pushing the toe up and the other hand in the arch area to provide accurate shaping of the heel and arch.
  4. Done! – In less than 10 minutes, you walk away with a new custom-made insoles. The entire process is fast, easy, affordable, and the satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
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