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Plantar Fasciitis Hampering Your Lifestyle?

Team Turtle
06/14/2022
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Foot pain is a primary source of discomfort and can affect every aspect of our daily life and mobility.   

Feet are the foundation of your entire body. They add up to 2% of your body mass yet support the remaining 98%. It's easy to see why 85% of Americans will experience foot related problems at one point in their lives...

There are proven solutions that include pain medicines and surgery that are expensive and intrusive.  The better solution is custom orthotics.  Unfortunately, this involves doctors’ visits and or to the specialized foot store which can again be quite expensive.

Fortunately, there are affordable orthotic solutions that are as good as custom orthotics without the hefty price tag. 

Let’s look at a made in USA line of orthotics manufactured by Natural Foot Orthotics. 

How do they work: 

The foot orthotics stabilizers put your foot into a subtalar neutral position, helping reshape the foot by straightening out the bones and reestablishing all four arches of each foot. 

They Immediately takes pressure off the heel, forefoot, and the plantar fascia ligament, distributing body weight evenly across the bottom of the foot.

Helps align the skeletal system, joints, hips and back, causing your hips to move forward and shoulders back. Your body will be straighter, taller, and better balanced as a result.

When the skeletal system is utilized more efficiently, you gain strength and stamina. There is a 1 to 2 week break in period with Stabilizer orthotics. So be patient as the feet and body adjust to the new support.

Anybody can benefit greatly from Natural Foot Orthotics. The orthotics shoe inserts may help solve these specific problems without medications and can often help you avoid surgery:

- heel & joint pain
- plantar fasciitis
- lower back pain
- bunions & hammertoes
- balance & posture issues
- sciatica & neuromas
- diabetic foot problems
- arthritis
- fallen arches