What are Foot Orthotics?
At Reinhardt Chiropractic in Denver, CO, we provide custom orthotics that are specially molded to your feet and created for how you move. Many people need custom orthotics if the ligaments and muscles are not strong enough to support your feet and prevent further injury.
Orthotics realign the feet and ankles and restore deficient foot function. It is often that people place more weight on one side or the other. Orthotics are a great treatment for enabling weight distribution, taking the pressure off the sore spot at the heels, balls of the feet, between toes, at the bunions, and soles of the feet.
Orthotics are great for athletes or active individuals in Denver, CO looking to improve foot function, reduce pain and prevent injuries in the future.
Chiropractor for Foot Orthotics in Denver, CO
Dr. Graham Reinhardt has provided chiropractic care to many professional and Olympic athletes throughout his career as a chiropractor in Denver, CO. While many people might go to a podiatrist to have custom orthotics fitted, we have received specialized training to determine if you require custom foot orthotics and work hand-in-hand with the professional orthotic company, Sole Supports, an innovative, medical-grade foot orthotics manufacturer.
At Reinhardt Chiropractic, we have found that the use of orthotics can improve your response to treatment, for example, a back, hip, knee or ankle pain, and dysfunction. By first using manipulation to clear the restrictions in your feet, ankles and low back, Dr. Reinhardt will then prescribe specific exercises to stretch and strengthen the supportive muscles. We combine manipulation and exercise in order to restore full and normal function.
Why are Custom Orthotics better?
Regular foot insoles are designed to solely provide cushioning and shock absorption. Custom orthotics are a functional device, designed to correct and optimize foot function and improve overall health. Sole Supports are custom-fit orthotics that are created from a mold of your feet. This allows the orthotic to maintain constant contact with the soles of your feet, providing full support to your arch and giving you the corrected posture that you need.