Unstable mechanics in our feet prevent the inflammation of the ligaments in our heels from resolving itself. Our Chiropodist, Tony Abbott, will give you a full biomechanical exam, including a gait analysis, and assess the true cause of your biomechanical instability and ongoing heel pain. In most cases, a custom orthotic is the best way to stabilize the foot function and address the biomechanical instability, therefore relieving heel pain, and allow your feet to work as efficiently as possible for the long term.
How do custom orthotics keep my heel pain away?
by Tony Abbott D.Ch. | May 28, 2013November 26th, 2014 |